EUROPEAN SCHOOL COPENHAGEN
European School Copenhagen
The European School Copenhagen is a public international school with high academic standards.

The school offers a multicultural and multilingual education for nursery, primary and secondary students.
Our School

The European School Copenhagen is an accredited school under the internationally acknowledged system of European Schools. The school is new and welcomed it’s first students and parents in august 2014.

Admission

The European School is a public international school. This means that the education at the European School is free and that there are no waiting lists to the school. The school admits children based on a specific set of criteria and a language screening.

Nursery

The European School Copenhagen offers one year of nursery class. The nursery class at the European School Copenhagen follows the values and educational principles of the European Schools’ Early Education curriculum.

Primary

The Primary education cycle consists of grade P1-5 and the age of the pupils spans from about 6-11 years. The European School Copenhagen follows the curriculum set by the European Schools.

Secondary

The Secondary education cycle consists of grade S1-7 and the age of the pupils spans from about 12-18 years. The European School Copenhagen follows the curriculum set by the European Schools. The secondary cycle is completed with the European Baccalaureate.

    • The European School Copenhagen is an accredited school under the internationally acknowledged system of European Schools. The school is new and welcomed it’s first students and parents in august 2014.
    • The European School is a public international school. This means that the education at the European School is free and that there are no waiting lists to the school. The school admits children based on a specific set of criteria and a language screening.
    • The European School Copenhagen offers one year of nursery class. The nursery class at the European School Copenhagen follows the values and educational principles of the European Schools’ Early Education curriculum.
    • The Primary education cycle consists of grade P1-5 and the age of the pupils spans from about 6-11 years. The European School Copenhagen follows the curriculum set by the European Schools.
    • The Secondary education cycle consists of grade S1-7 and the age of the pupils spans from about 12-18 years. The European School Copenhagen follows the curriculum set by the European Schools. The secondary cycle is completed with the European Baccalaureate.
CALENDAR AND NEWS
  • Tue 14.11.2017 / kl. 17:00-19:00 hrs
    Sankt Annæ Gymnasium
    Orientation Evening
    All interested parents are invited to the school's annual Orientation evening, which is an opportunity to hear more about the school and meet our management, teachers and parent representatives from the School Board. 
  • New address from August 2017
    The European School Copenhagen will be temporarily located at 'Kirsebærhavens Skole', Valby from August 2017 until the school's new state-of-the-art school building has been completed.
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    Theme Week about Water
    During the last week of April, the children at the European School Copenhagen explored 'All aspects of water' through a variety of science and art projects, dancing and singing, and a visit to the Experimentarium.
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    Celebrating Europe Day 2017
    On 9 May 2017, the European School Copenhagen marked Europe Day with class room as well as shared events and activities designed to teach the children about Europe and the European Union.
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    Wellbeing Day: Respect, Tolerance, Caring and Friendship
    These words were the focal point at the European School Copenhagen on Friday 3 March, the school’s annual Wellbeing Day.
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    Congratulations to our chess team! 
    Students from the ESCPH chess club won 3rd place in the Copenhagen Chess Championships last week - and thereby qualified for the Danish Chess Championships!
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    Theme week – African animals
    The theme of the theme week in November 2016 was 'African Animals', many of which are on the endangered animals list. The pupils visited Copenhagen Zoo before visiting hours, giving them a unique chance to see the animals in a more ‘natural’ setting and learn from the zoo keepers.
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    Full House at our Orientation Evening
    On Monday 21 November, The European School Copenhagen hosted an Orientation Evening for more than 200 parents interested in the school.
  • Groundbreaking ceremony
    On Thursday June 9th the members of the European School Board are attending the groundbreaking ceremony marking the commencement of the construction of the new school building at the Carlsberg District.
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    Theme Week about the Environment and Plastics
    What effect does plastic have on the environment?

    This is just one of the many questions that the children of the European School Copenhagen pondered during the schools second theme week of the year. The theme of the week was “Plastic” and the classrooms, hallways, and open spaces were filled with plastics of all sorts.