Norlights International School (NLIS) Oslo
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2.8 from 6 reviews
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About Norlights International School (NLIS)

Norlights International School (NILS) Oslo is a state funded private school (friskole) in Oslo, established in 2015. Oslo is a city with a limited amount of schools that have English as the primary language of instruction intended for children in primary school age.

By offering an international education, NLIS wants to contribute to the society. The school implements the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Program (PYP) and Middle Years Program (MYP). These programmes offer high-quality and challenging education for a worldwide community of schools, aiming to create a better, more peaceful world.

NLIS is authorized as an IB PYP and MYP World school.

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6 Reviews of Norlights International School (NLIS)

Average Ratings

Overall 2.75
Facilities 1.50
Academics 3.00
Teachers 2.00
Sports 2.50
Music & Arts 1.00
Science & Tech 3.00

Reviewer Nationalities

Norwegian (1) Indian (1)

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Amalie Olsen, 11/01/2024 @ 14:39:17
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Music & Arts

Horrible school, 1 star because of the education and some teachers/pupils are actually kind, I quit this school because teachers and pupils have been horrible to me, you might understand that pupils have been horrible they are young and all but TEACHERS? Gosh they are so awful, if I was still in that school I would’ve cried everyday, I got shouted at for not getting a question right, but if the other students got a question wrong the teachers would just help them, when I was in 1st grade I was new to the school, I accidentally stepped on a 9th graders foot without shoes or anything only socks, I didn’t know English really good because I just came from a Norwegian school, one of the teachers shouted at me for not saying sorry she pulled me by my hoodie and told me I was staying in her classroom for the whole break time, I didn’t even understand cause I didn’t speak English at that time, the 9th grader wasn’t even bothered because I was a light 1st grader who accidentally stepped on her foot, she just smiled and thought I was cute, horrible teachers, horrible environment, and horrible pupils, you all probably know who I am unless if I wasn’t the only person getting treated horrible.

paarth, 22/03/2022 @ 08:12:05
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Music & Arts

It is a small school but is it good staffs and teachers are kind.

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Jacob Johnson, 6 months ago

I really recommend you to visit the school and meet the teachers and parents to understand how this school has a very nice learning environment

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Hadi Shahzad, 4 months ago

thanks 4 donating tree

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John Paul, a year ago

I have just visited this school and I had a chance to see the students and their environment. All of the staff were really kind and nice. Also, the school is very easy to reach by T-bane

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haji Loi, 7 months ago

it can not be a serius school when they have only a mobile phone on the website and they don't even bother answer it and not even respond the email .

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