The Scandinavian School of San Francisco
The idea of starting a Scandinavian preschool was born at the Norwegian Seamen’s Church playgroup. This group of about thirty Scandinavian mothers with young children meets every second Wednesday at the church to sing Norwegian and Swedish songs, play games, and speak Norwegian or Swedish. Living abroad and for some, being married to non-Scandinavian husbands, they wanted to expose their own children at an early age to Scandinavian culture and language, strengthen their interest in these countries, and give them a Scandinavian preschool experience.
Since there was no Scandinavian school in the city of San Francisco, but a lot of interest from families, a few mothers took the initiative to start a preschool. The Scandinavian School in San Francisco opened its doors in September 2002.
The Scandinavian School in San Francisco is a non-profit organization founded to instruct children in Scandinavian languages, traditions, and cultures.
20 Woodside Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94127-1038
You can contact the Scandinavian School online by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can help contribute to the Scandinavian School by visiting http://www.scandinavianschool.org/donations/how_to_donate.htm.
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