Welcome to The British International School

Sundsvall - Sweden

Through our enriched STEAM Education, our teachers work continuously to inspire children and meet  the high demands of the technological era.

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British Education

The British Curriculum leads to GCSE (at age 16) and A Level examinations (at age 18). These are qualifications that are recognised by universities  around the world.

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Family Engagement

We want the best for your child, and by working in partnership we can successfully enrich your child’s journey through our British International School.

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Best Teachers

All our teachers are highly qualified and have a high level of professional experience that is imperative to maintain the high standards of education of our students. 

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STEAM Education

As the changes in science and technology continue to gather pace, we nurture the skills your child needs to succeed in the 21st century.

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Student Clubs

we are dedicated to offering our students a wide-range of opportunities to allow each student to develop their skills and pursue their individual interests. 

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Word-Class School

From an international curriculum, to contact with schools all over the world, STEAM offer a truly global education, helping young people become well-informed world citizens.

Why a British Education?

The British school system is divided into five parts: early years, primary education, secondary education, sixth form and higher education.  The British curriculum creates open-minded, creative and thoughtful individuals. Students at the BIS-Sundsvall receive a rounded, results-focused education delivered in English. It is the most widespread curricula in international schools around the world.