Open School days/ shadow a class/ intake & Assessment tests for Grade 10

Are you a grade 9 student interested in applying to ISSR IB Diploma Programme?

What you can expect at ISSR:

We are an IB continuum school with over 60 nationalities. The working language is English. There is regular homework and assessment by exam with a significant amount of inter-curricular activities (see under CAS). This creates a safe, professional, vibrant environment for students and teachers. We offer various opportunities for students to travel both in Sweden and internationally, for example: student camps, sports tournaments, Model United Nations, Global Citizens.

At ISSR you will get a laptop to assist you with your studies and depending on where you live, an SL card.

Our Shadow days will be scheduled on Wednesdays in January and February. The dates are: 15 January and 12 February.
You can choose to stay in only the morning, only in the afternoon or during the full school day. 
A student ambassador will meet you in the main entrance 15 min before your first chosen lesson starts. 

Schedule for our Shadow Days (15/1 or 12/2):
08:30 - 09:50 Physics  
08:50 - 09:50 Biology 
10:10 - 11:20 Math 
Lunch
12:00 - 12:30 Advisory time
12:40 - 14:00 Economics 
14:20 - 15:20 Global Politics 
or
14:25 - 15:25 Psychology 
15:35 - 16:55 Visual Arts 

Please click here to register and do not forget to fill out the default information in the email. 

 

Assessment test session: Tuesday March 10 between 13:00- 16:00

Some things to think about and reflect upon when choosing your Gymnasium:

  • Are you looking for a big or a small school?
  • What do you know about the (IB Diploma) Programmes on offer?
  • How many hours do you think you are going to spend on homework?
  • Why are you choosing this school? Is it…to be with friends, parents’ wishes, university ambitions, to be in a safe learning environment?
  • How long are you prepared to travel each day to and from school?

If you have applied to ISSR through Gymnasieantagningen, you will get an ISSR Assessment test invitation sent to your registered address. The test session is on Tuesday March 10 between 13:00- 16:00. 

ISSR intake points over the last three years has been between 290 and 312 points. In addition to the required intake points students must pass an English and a Mathematics test, unless they had a grade A in English and Mathematics in the Swedish National curriculum for grade 9 fall term.

 

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