Øregård Gymnasium

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Øregård Gymnasium
Øregård Gymnasium 2.JPG
Location
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Coordinates55°44′17″N 12°34′01″E / 55.7380°N 12.5669°E / 55.7380; 12.5669Coordinates: 55°44′17″N 12°34′01″E / 55.7380°N 12.5669°E / 55.7380; 12.5669
Information
Typepublic gymnasium
Founded1903
PrincipalPia Nyring
Enrollment726
Website

Øregård Gymnasium is an upper secondary school in the Hellerup district of Gentofte Municipality in the northern suburbs of Copenhagen, Denmark. The Neoclassical main building from 1924 is listed.

History[edit]

Plockross' School in 1908

Øregård Gymnasium was founded in 1903 by V. Plockross under navnet Plockross' Skole. The building was located at Duntzfelts Allé 8. It received its current name when Gentofte Municipality took over the school in 1919. The current main building on Gersonsvej was inaugurated in 1924. It was designed by G. B. Hagen og Edvard Thomsen. Gehrdt Bornebusch undertook a renovation of the building in 1977-80.[1] The building was listed in 1995.[2]

Principals[edit]

  • 1903-1910: V. Plockross
  • 1910-1912: Paul Branth
  • 1912-1927: Jens M. Krarup
  • 1927-1950: Herluf Møller
  • 1950-1972: Paul Rubinstein
  • 1972-1986: Tage Bülow-Hansen
  • 1986-2000: Lis Holck
  • 2001- : Pia Nyring

Notable students[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Øregård Gymnasium Gentofte". arkark.dk (in Danish). Retrieved 11 September 2015.
  2. ^ "Sag: Øregård Gymnasium". Kulturstyrelsen (in Danish). Retrieved 11 September 2015.

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