Nordic International School Kronoberg

Nordic International School runs Swedish schools with international profile for years 4-9. We believe that order and discipline creates an optimal learning environment. We impart bilingual education in both Swedish and English and use teaching methods that are supported by international research.

Nordic lnternational School is already present in several Swedish cities and we will open in Växjö  in the fall of 2021! We will be located in premises at Vallgatan 12, next to Kronoberg Skola and initially applications will be open for years 4-7 with years 8-9 opening as the accepted students get older.

Telephone: 010-205 17 10
Address: Vallgatan 12, 352 35 Växjö

Register your child

To apply, you need to register your child in the school queue-system. Admission is handled through a queue system based on the date of registration. Starting the second year of operation, the school will accept admission through sibling priority.

Information meeting, January 2021

Part 1: Our concept

Part 2: Our plans for Kronoberg (premises and admissions)


Questions about Nordic International School? Take a look at our FAQ where we have put together a list of the most frequently asked questions about our school.

Our school has an international profile. We follow the Swedish curriculum, however certain parts of the education is taught in English. Nordic International School is a primary school for years 4-9 and we offer evidence-based education with a focus on academic progress and a high level of discipline.

We will be located in premises at Vallgatan 12, next to Kronoberg Skola, which is part of the same group as Nordic International School.

Applications will be open for years 4-7 with years 8-9 opening as the accepted students get older. Fully expanded, our school offer years 4-9.

You place your child in queue by filling in the Queue Form for the school location that you are interested in. You will find a link to the Queue Forms in the Admissions tab on our website.

The school principal is Ms Åsa Hässlebro. Ms Hässlebro is currently the principal of Kronoberg School and will act principal for both schools.

Yes, we have a uniform policy for all students and a dresscode for all staff. The reasons for this are several:

  • It strengthens the international atmosphere of our schools (uniforms are common in international schools).
  • It creates a fellowship culture among the students.
  • It builds a high ambition-focused culture at school.
  • It makes everyone equal since no one uses branded clothing.

At the start of every school year, we provide clothes to all students – 3 polo shirts and 2 zip cardigans/v-neck cardigans, depending on whether the student is in year 4-6 or 7-9. The clothes are provided free of charge to all students. It is possible for guardians to buy more items of clothing through the school’s webshop.

Yes, if enough people request junior club it is offered to students in years 4 and 5.

You can find out your current location by contacting us: 
+46(0)10-205 17 10

Please note that your position in the queue system may change if other applicants hold sibling priority.

No, all our schools are free of charge and are funded by the Swedish school voucher system. Even school clothes are provided free of charge.

The first Nordic International School was founded in Norrköping the fall of 2017. Karlstad started in 2018, followed by Trollhättan in 2019 and Kalmar in 2020.

Nordic International School is a part of the group Watma Education. We have 4000 students and about 450 employees.

You can submit an expression of interest to work with us on the Careers tab on our website.

  1. Read more about our concept here
  2. Read our brochure here
  3. Please contact us!
    010-205 17 10