|Type||lower secondary school|
|Headmaster||Lars Henrik Rygh|
Blussuvoll School (Norwegian: Blussuvoll skole) is a lower secondary school with grades 8-10 and is situated at Tyholt in Trondheim, near the TV Tower and right next to Strinda Upper Secondary School. Strinda had been built in 1955, and later building another school right next to it was then a completely new concept. The two schools were at that time in the former municipality of Strinda.
Blussuvoll was built in 1958 when the municipality of Strinda decided to allow the students to study for eight years and even a non-mandatory ninth year (at the time the lower secondary schools educated 7.-9. Grade). In 1963 the school was largely expanded, with two new wings to the south, and therefore created an irregular schoolyard only open to the south, and one can say the strected design of the school complicates communication between the three wings. The whole school is built in two storeys above ground and with a basement. Materials used is white, brushed chalk on the walls and red brick on the roof (Strinda is built in the similar materials, thus giving the area a unified look).
Until 2006 most of the facades were still standing, receiving both scepticism (as the facade was getting really old) and enthusiasm (as it was an un-touched monument of 1950s school design). In the winter of 2005/06, the whole school was torn to give way to a completely new construction, as the whole building suffered from rust, mold and generally poor condition on furniture, walls and equipment. Students then attended the barracks at Persaunet.
The new school building was completed in fall 2007.
- "Litt Historikk". Trondheim Kommune. Trondheim Kommune. Retrieved 2016-12-18.
Ved skolestart i 2007 stod det nye skolebygget ferdig til å ta i mot elever og ansatte.
- Official website (in Norwegian)
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