The Swedish School in London
|Rektor (Principal)||Anna Jägberg|
|Ordförande (Chair)||Seth Marthinsson|
|Location||82 Lonsdale Road
|Local authority||Richmond upon Thames|
|DfE URN||102948 Tables|
|Gender||girls & boys|
|Ages||3-19 years old+|
blue and yellow 
|Website||The Swedish School in London|
It consists of a nursery and primary school, (Swedish: förskolan och grundskolan), for pupils aged up to 16 years, located near St Paul's School in Barnes, London, and a gymnasium (gymnasiet), for 16- to 18-year-olds, in Richmond, London, co-located with Richmond, The American International University in London. The sixth form of the school has two programmes: a science programme, and a social science programme focusing on civics or economics.
The school was founded in 1907 in Harcourt Street, central London. The lower school moved to Barnes in 1976 and the gymnasium was previously within accommodation rented from a sixth form college in Twickenham.
- Stockholm International School - Anglo-American school in Stockholm
- Swedish: Blågul
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