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When we asked about the schools in Stavanger, they said...

"Stavanger is home to a number of excellent international and bilingual schools. The International School of Stavanger (ISS) is a private, non-profit school offering an international curriculum for students from pre-school to grade 12. The school is accredited by the Council of International Schools and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. ISS offers a rigorous academic program, with a focus on developing global citizens. The school also offers a wide range of extracurricular activities, including sports, music, and art. The Stavanger International School (SIS) is a bilingual school offering an international curriculum in both English and Norwegian. The school is accredited by the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research and the European Council of International Schools. SIS offers a comprehensive academic program, with a focus on developing global citizens. The school also offers a wide range of extracurricular activities, including sports, music, and art. The Stavanger International School of Music (SIM) is a private, non-profit school offering a comprehensive music education program for students from pre-school to grade 12. The school is accredited by the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research and the European Council of International Schools. SIM offers a rigorous academic program, with a focus on developing global citizens. The school also offers a wide range of extracurricular activities, including sports, music, and art. The Stavanger International School of Technology (SIT) is a private, non-profit school offering a comprehensive technology education program for students from pre-school to grade 12. The school is accredited by the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research and the European Council of International Schools. SIT offers a rigorous academic program, with a focus on developing global citizens. The school also offers a wide range of extracurricular activities, including sports, music, and art," explained one expat living in Stavanger, Norway.

"I would highly recommend The Children's House!! I have two children there, and it has been their happiest time, as well as mine. We have made friendships there, that will last a lifetime. Both started there at 18 months, and have progressed through the classes. The teachers are very professional, and caring. They are always there to listen to myself and my children. They comfort them, when they need it and make them laugh all the time. I am always amazed at all the wonderfull things that they do with the children. The songs, the crafts, the projects. They learn so much there. My kids love their teachers so much that when we would ask them "who is in your family?" They would respond with mommy, daddy, and Miss.... I read the previous review and was appalled to think that anyone could possibly say that about this school. It hurt me so much to think that someone could possibly be so cruel to write such utter lies about this school. My husband and I are proud to send our children to this school. It is completely untrue what this person wrote, I have never heard such horrible things, and I can only hope that this person's fabrication will not affect this school. There are so many children and parent's around the world that are indebted to this school for the wonderful experience that they have received there," said one parent with children at The Children's House in Stavanger.

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