Oslo International School (OIS)
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About Oslo International School (OIS)


Our mission at Oslo International School (OIS) is to provide a challenging international education–in English–to children of all nationalities within the greater Oslo area. Founded in 1963, we are a fully accredited independent international day school for students from 3 to 19 years of age (Pre-School to IB Diploma).  We have around 600 students from approximately 50 nations. Our vision is to develop the unique potential of every student in line with our core values of respect, cooperation, caring and challenge. OIS is located in modern, architecturally unique facilities in a green suburban neighbourhood close to a public transportation hub. A school bus service is on offer to all children.

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IB

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English

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3 to 19

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hans pettersen, 4 months ago


This school has a few advantages as opposed to Norwegian schools such as there being a greater focus on English. Sadly however, this school is not worth the money. It is sadly too closely connected with the government rules, hence there is not enough individual attention given to each student. It is also stuck to a curriculum it must follow so it is pretty much an average school. If you are thinking about making your kids go to this school; think again. The school building also requires maintenance.

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