School’s out, forever in SCANDINAVIAN REVIEW

May 27, 2015

With students graduating across Norway this month, the last day of school can be bittersweet, especially when it means the last day of a school’s existence. This coming June 18th, Andrine Klausen will finish middle school on the small island of Ingøya off the north coast of Norway, and the graduation ceremony will be special for two reasons: Andrine is the last student left on the island and the school will be closing its doors forever.

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Andrine sets off to fish cod with her teacher and mother after school in Ingøya, Norway. ©Randall Hyman

 

 

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