We may be relocating from Canada to Stockholm and we have an 11 and 13 year old. Can anyone recommend any good local international schools where instruction would be mainly in English? Also, I've read that it is difficult to get into many of these schools and there may be long waiting lists? Is this accurate?
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Hopefully some local expat experts will also be able to get back to you, but our guide to international schools in Stockholm might be a useful starting point for your research.
When are you planning to relocate? Most of the international schools in the city do have waiting lists, so it is best to apply well in advance if possible.
Hope this helps!