Quality

Grades and learning outcomes

Nordic International School has a well developed quality process in place, which we use to regularly measure and evaluate perceived satisfaction and learning outcomes. So far, we have statistics for our schools in Karlstad, Norrköping and Trollhättan since our other schools not yet offers year 9.

Karlstad

The students in year 9 at Nordic International School Karlstad had the highest merit value of all Karlstad’s primary schools in the spring of 2021* with 278.2 points and 100 percent eligible for upper secondary school. *) the comparison with other compulsory schools is from spring 2019 according to the latest available official statistics from the Swedish National Agency for Education.

Norrköping

The students in year 9 at Nordic International School Norrköping had the highest merit value of all Norrköping’s primary schools * with 279.9 points and 96 percent eligible for upper secondary school. *) the comparison with other compulsory schools is from spring 2019 according to the latest available official statistics from the Swedish National Agency for Education.

Trollhättan

The first graduating class at Nordic International School Trollhättan graduated from primary school in the spring of 2021 with an average merit value of 250.8 points, which is the second highest among the municipality’s primary schools *. *) the comparison with other compulsory schools is from spring 2019 according to the latest available official statistics from the Swedish National Agency for Education.

Grades 2021

Since June 2020 the Swedish National Agency for Education is no longer publish grade statistics and therefore we are publishing our graduating students’ grades ourselves: