On the 1st of June, it is with a heavy heart that Nesbru sees the IB class of 2020 finally graduate. Amidst a global pandemic and with their May exams cancelled, this year’s ceremony took place in Sjøholmen instead of at the school. Though untraditional, everything com...

THIMUN (The Hague International Model United Nations) is an annual five-day MUN conference. This year, over 3200 students and teachers from 200 schools from over 100 ethnicities attended at the World Forum in The Hague, including 12 students from our very own Nesbru Vi...

On the 18th of December, 3IB visited Norges Bank's main office in Oslo on a field trip. There, they participated in an interactive game that represented various aspects of the economy. Students were challenged both individually and in groups to solve both micro- and ma...

November 27, 2019

Following the departure of 2IB’s contact teacher Anna Nøkland, Kate Reed became Nesbru’s new IB English B and psychology teacher, as well as joining Alexander Bjørndal to be one of 2IB’s two contact teachers. I sat down with her to ask her some quick questions about he...

November 25, 2019

A few weeks ago, 3IB visited NHO's office in Oslo. There they learned about and discussed the EU. There, learned about Brexit and the importance of EU/EFTA for Norway and Norwegian businesses.

“We had an enriching experience at NHO where we got a lecture regarding the E...

How do go around spending their Halloween?

Trick or treating perhaps?

Maybe sitting in and watching a scary movie? 

Or perhaps by not celebrating it at all and going about it like any other day?

But, how about standing by a tower of toilet paper in an attempt to raise fund...

This Wednesday, the IB class of 2021 held their first Habitat For Humanity lunch, thus marking the beginning of what will hopefully become the most successful fundraising project Nesbru has ever seen, with a set goal hither to undreamt of: covering all of the costs in...

Yesterday, five determined students decided to spend their evening running around Sognsvannet to raise money for Right to Play.

Right to Play is an organization founded by a Norwegian former speed skater and four time Olympic gold medal winner Johann Olav Koss. He found...

After gaining nationwide recognition and being renowned as the gold standard as for how an MUN conference should be run, dedicated IB students from Sandefjord VGS and our very own Nesbru VGS, are once again in the works and at it this year, collaborating to organize th...

May 25, 2019

On the 23rd of May the class of 2019 graduated. The ceremony took place in the auditorium and was followed by a lovely dinner in the dining hall. 

The photos below were taken by 2IB students Halvor Grøstad and My-Emma Sivertsen.

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