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Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway has first day at her new high school

Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway has first day at her new high school

OHMYGOSSIP – Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway had her first day at her new school yesterday.

In July, Head of Communications at the Royal Court, Guri Ofstad Varpe, confirmed to the Norwegian News Agency “NTB” that Princess Ingrid Alexandra would attend the “study specialisation line” at the popular school of Elvebakken in Oslo.

The Princess will attend the school for the next three years before she possibly begins her education in the military or at a university. The line that the Princess has entered, study specialisation, is intended to prepare students for further studies at the university. The Princess must now decide which language she wants to learn, and the school offers Chinese, German, French and Spanish. She must also decide whether she wants to learn practical or theoretical mathematics.

Due to the coronavirus, the start of this school year will be somewhat different. The new students will only meet in small groups, and the meeting for the parents has been postponed. Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette Marit must, therefore, wait a long time before they have the opportunity to visit the Princess’s new school.

In 2019, it was announced that Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway had changed schools. The Royal Court said that the future queen would start the 10th grade at Uranienborg School in Oslo in August 2019. From 2014 to 2019, the Princess had been enrolled at Oslo International School at Bekkestua. Earlier, from 2010 to 2014, she attended Jansløkka School in Asker.

The Princess’s grandfather, King Harald, attended the Oslo Cathedral High School. This is possibly the most prestigious school in the capital with a history dating back to 1153. The King’s sisters, Princess Astrid and Princess Ragnhild, attended the now-closed Märthaskolen. Queen Sonja attended Bjørknes private high school in Oslo.

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