The International School of Helsingborg (ISH) was founded in 1995 to help serve the needs of the international community. It’s one of just a few state international schools in Sweden which takes students from age 3 to 19 and since August 2021 it has also offered a limited number of places to 2- year-olds.
The school follows the International Baccalaureate programme and all lessons are taught in English, making it much easier for international companies to bring their employees and families to the Helsingborg area.
We spoke to Michael McAneney, Head of School, to find out more about the school, the IB and its entry criteria. Please join us for an informative episode!
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