Skipper Clement Skolen is a bi-lingual school and provides education in both Danish and English languages for students aged 5 to 17. The International department at Skipper Clement Skolen was the first international school to be established in the Jutland peninsula twenty years ago in 2001, and now has a core of established and experienced teachers. We have over 220 students in 11 classes, one for each year group.
Why were we established?
The purpose of the International Department is to provide an international education in English for children of families that are not Danish and that may be staying in Northern Jutland for a short time, as well as for children of Danish families returning from living overseas and for students living in Denmark who may be moving overseas in the future. We also have children of local residents interested in international education. We became a Cambridge International Examinations Centre in 2002 and students have been taking Checkpoint and IGCSE exams since that time. Every year some students have passed the ‘ICE’ International Certificate of Education.
Our goals are to support the development of our students as citizens of a global world and to facilitate the integration of you and your family into Danish society, if you choose to stay in Denmark.
Head of International Department