Røyken Upper Secondary School

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Røyken Upper Secondary School
Location
Røyken, Buskerud
Norway
Information
Motto "Fokus på Framtiden"
("Focus on the fingers")
Established 1978
Headmaster Laila J.Handelsby
Website

Røyken Upper Secondary School (Norwegian: Røyken videregående skole) is an upper secondary school situated in Røyken, Buskerud, Norway.

The school was established in 1978, and the first Headmaster was Olav J. Aadnekvam. The present Headmaster is Ole K. Sageng, and the present Deputy Headmaster is Ellen Watkinson. About 800 pupils attend the school, which offers 7 different programs in the Norwegian upper secondary school system. Røyken videregående skole is an UNESCO-Associated Schools Project school,[1] and offers several international exchange programs. Catherine Coleman (who became a NASA astronaut)(USA) and Una Tomasevic (Yugoslavia) were exchange students to Røyken videregående skole during the 1978–79 school year.

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