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Spring has sprung!

With Art Exhibitions, Open Houses, third year theatre productions, successful language competitions, school trips and exchanges, Nordic debate, model UN, IHC dance, chess, ensemble, basketball and not to forget World Book Day and introductions to research on the EU BigO project complete, what is there left to do at IEGS this spring term!

Modern Language Achievements of 2018

This year the Modern Languages Department here at IEGS has had the privilege of participating in two language competitions; the annual Språkolympiaden (the Olympic Games of Languages) as well as the Chinese Bridge, a Chinese language proficiency competition. Both of these competitions look, not only at the students competency in each language, but also at the cultural norms and practices of these countries.

A New Year at IEGS

It’s 2018, the start of another 12 brand new chapters, 365 new opportunities to learn, improve, try new things, live healthier, be open to change and challenges! January is a time for new year resolutions and forward planning. And forward planning we are at IEGS! 2018 will bring another graduating class in the spring and it will bring in new applications for our autumn intake of first year high school students.

IHC Debate 2017

It has been an exciting two weeks here at IEGS as we have just had our yearly inter-house Debate Competition! Starting the week off strong was the first debate starring the former champions from King House and the seasoned Curie. Representing King were Benjamin , Akshat and Andreas and on the opposite side representing Curie were Douglas, Katarina and Nada. The first debate had the motion that Extremist Groups should be Banned in Sweden.

Welcome Back To School!

I wish to extend a warm welcome to our new and returning students to IEGS for the academic year of 2017/18. All signs point to another incredible and productive school year. Our skilled and devoted staff have been planning and preparing for our student’s return. Our enthusiastic administration team have been registering new students, ordering needed materials and updating student files. Our hard working and conscientious custodians have spent the entire summer thoroughly cleaning and painting the facility.
We are ready for the year ahead!
 

World Book Day in the Library

World Book Day is a yearly event, celebrated April 23rd, organized by UNESCO as a worldwide tribute to books and reading. More information about World Book Day and UNESCO.

Winter Sports Day 2017

Last week Friday staff and students here at IEGS had the privledge of participating in Winter Sport Day. Students could choose to do any one of the following activities; skiing, skating, climbing or hiking! Keep reading this blog to find out more about the highlights of the day and the the kodak moments as recorded by Students.

Romme Skiing
Blog Contribution By Rebecka Durén 

Physics trip to ESRF in Grenoble

At the end of October this autumn I, together with two other natural science students at IEGS, had the wonderful opportunity to go to Grenoble to visit ESRF, a synchrotron facility. Which obviously is a thing we all talk about on a daily basis. It is an electron accelerator, producing X-rays. Which might be even more confusing.

The Nobel Prize in Literature 2016

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The Nobel Prize in Literature 2016…

IHC Dance

There is something special about dance. It gives people goosebumps, it excites people and makes them want to join in but it also brings out feelings that they didn’t even know they had. And for the dancers there is no difference. For them this is their creative outlet, it is their freedom and this is their way of telling a story. There is no surprise that this is something that makes this a beloved inter house competition that both the partitioners and the audience are waiting all year long for it.

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