Stockholm as a classroom

Our school is located in the middle of a vibrant city surround by a thriving natural landscape.

Stockholm is an amazing classroom, and we make the most of the many opportunities it provides our students!

What our teachers say

Rainbow artwork in a metro station in Stockholm

“For geography fieldwork we head out to the metro and identify socio-economic changes along the green line, from Gamla Stan, Skanstull, … all the way to Rågsved”.

– Malene Schmidt

Swimmer jumping into the canal as the sun sets

“Stockholm is like a world of water, there’s clean water everywhere so clean you can swim right in the middle of the city.”

– Magnus Hjalmarsson Fogelström, Sports Director

Woodland in Tyresta National Park

“We identify and classify the plants in Humlegården just like Carl Linnaeus! We study boreal forest in Tyresta National Park and we monitor water quality/pollution in söderbysjön lake.”

Fehim Khan, Teacher of Science & Geography MYP/DP

A street cafe in Gamla Stan

“Stockholm is so multicultural that we go to French cafés so students can both order in French and taste traditional cuisine.”

Ksenia Potapova, MYP/DP French

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SIS plays host

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Something in the city…

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Glittering Prizes

SIS has a long association with the Nobel Prize Museum and every year hosts an event around the time of Nobel Week.

Unexpected inspiration!

Grade 11 psychology students recently took a trip to The Forum for Living History (Forum för Levande Historia) in Gamla Stan.