Virtual Tour

Welcome to the 360 virtual tour of our campuses in Stockholm.

Please join SIS Admissions Officer, Dwayne Thompson on a tour of our campus by clicking on the 360 videos below and using your cursor to look around the scenes. Press pause if you want to spend longer exploring the scene.

Our main building is located beside the beautiful St Johannes Kyrka (St John’s Church) and park. The Kindergarten, Primary, and Middle Schools are located here. The two Annexes that make up the Upper School are located across the park on Luntmakargatan.

Founded in 1951, Stockholm International School has been located in the heart of Stockholm since 1967. SIS is a welcoming, vibrant, and collaborative school that offers a challenging and enriched education to students from all around the world. We are a non-profit and independent international school.

For more information, please contact Our Admissions Officers, Lori Rubottom Karimi and Dwayne Thompson, by submitting an enquiry online.

How we learn in our early years, stays with us forever.

The Early Years Programme (EYP) is designed to develop the academic, social, emotional, physical, and spiritual dimensions and attitudes your child will need throughout a lifetime of learning.

The EYP encourages a holistic learning experience where play is an essential part of children’s learning and social development.

Take a look around one of our kindergarten rooms in the Main Building.

Explore one of our EY3 classrooms, where our children follow the EYP programme, addressing the development of knowledge, skills, and understanding in three areas: Subjects, Personal Development and International Understanding.

The Early Years Programme (EYP) is designed to enable children to develop the academic, social, emotional, physical and spiritual dimensions and attitudes they will need throughout a lifetime of learning. Explore our EY4 classroom.

The earliest years at school are a time when young learners are curious and eager to discover and share.

A vital period for the development and building of inquiry-based learning that lasts a lifetime. The love of learning starts with play and grows into knowledge, skills and understanding.

As Dwayne mentions, this Grade 2 Homeroom is “bright, airy and a terrific space for international education”.

Guided inquiry and collaboration strengthens emotional development.

Through the learning environment at SIS, our early learners develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Our well-equipped and well-planned Grade 3 science lab (connected to the Middle and Upper School lab) is certainly conducive to excelling in sciences and discovering the holistic and interconnected nature of the world.

The SIS Music programme enables students to understand the significance of music to the cultures of the world and, by engaging in practical work, to develop an understanding of how the act of making music is a significant and universal aspect of human expression.

SIS offers a fantastic range of musical opportunities ranging from choirs to various ensembles and individual instrumental and vocal tuition. The Music department even has its own Saturday morning theatre school, which offers tuition in dance, drama, and singing.

Music can be heard all around the school with our Instrumental/Vocal Programme which provides individual lessons with a tutor in any number of instruments including strings, piano, drums, guitar, woodwind, brass, and voice.

In this main music room we hold musical classes, after-school activities and private lessons.

The Visual Arts programme explores culture, context, and critical thinking. Students study artists, artworks and techniques, by engaging in experimentation, in ideation, by creating their own portfolio of artworks and by communicating what they have learnt through their own expression and exhibition.

Here is the Arts Studio and Workshop for grades 6-12.

The Arts at SIS are a pathway to self-expression, collaboration and unleashing deep creativity in our students.

Our Primary Arts Studio in the Main Building is a perfect space for acquiring the skills, techniques and processes involved in being creative and exploratatory.

Our Library Media Centres (LMC) make a significant difference to student learning. Their flexible, multi-use approach makes them integral to the cultural and social life of SIS.

The two LMCs are the perfect mix of traditional and digital learning. Reading, cultural activities, access to information, knowledge building, deep thinking, and lively discussion all thrive in the LMC.

The LMC encourages co-operation and common learning through both traditional and digital modes. Digital literacy is a vital element of the LMC’s mission.

English is the language of communication at SIS, but the majority of our students speak a different language at home. We, therefore, offer a complete programme of academic instruction to support English language skills across all levels.

The programme’s purpose is not only to ensure that our students become proficient in English and achieve academic success, but also to increase confidence and deepen their enjoyment of the social and extra-curricular life of SIS.

Our EAL programme offers a nurturing, small group environment for students to build confidence and cope with the challenges of instruction in English. Here’s one of the Primary school EAL classrooms in the main building.

Read more about EAL at SIS here.

International students have a unique set of experiences and our program identifies and builds upon them which means that being part of an international school is a rare and unique opportunity.

Here at SIS, we strive to ensure each and every one of our students maximise this opportunity.

Take a look at a couple of our interconnected Grade 5 classrooms in the main building.

The SIS Sports Association’s programme offers a wide range of sports.

Our philosophy is to challenge our students and to focus on good sportsmanship, respect and cooperation. At SIS we want our students to have fun, to compete but also to learn the importance of an active, healthy and balanced lifestyle.

Our inquiry-based learning approach allows students to exhibit the skills and knowledge they have developed throughout the programme.

If you'd like to see the ICT classroom in action, click on the link below. Meet some of our team and watch our students learning through a Maker Space class.

The “Cafetorium”- our cafeteria and auditorium – where students from Grade 1 and upwards get their artistic and nutrient nourishment!

Middle School is a period of enormous intellectual, emotional and social change. It’s a time to be inspired and challenged, and it’s a time for support, empathy and building relationships.

This is the entrance to the Annex B Campus used by Middle and Upper School students.

Students in Middle School explore a broad range of subjects. Cross-curricular links are created involving two or more subject areas. Students can strengthen their independent learning skills and begin to pursue specific learning interests.

This is a typical classroom for the Middle Years Programme from Grade 6 to Grade 10.

At SIS we strive to inspire in each student, not only a thirst for knowledge and a determination to reach individual potential, but also a strong desire to be agents of effective change in the world.

Join Dwayne in the Product and Digital Design classroom for Middle to Upper School students in Annexe B.

The Drama programme engages students in growing their creative, reflective, and communication skills through practical work. Students enjoy an active relationship with the theatre through autonomous learning and exploration.

Emphasis is placed on the creative process as an essential component of their artistic development through continuous investigation, planning, goal setting, rehearsing, performing, reflection, and evaluation.

Our Upper School students follow the globally recognised International Baccalaureate’s Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme (DP). We encourage and support our students to become well-rounded individuals, giving them experience and knowledge to take into the wider world.

Here’s a Diploma Programme classroom for our Upper School.