Boarding School life
The boarding school is a home where you are considered a young adult who takes responsibility and is part of the fantastic community at Viborg Katedralskole's boarding school.
A home for students at Viborg Katedralskole
Viborg Katedralskole's boarding school is a home for young people from all parts of Denmark and the rest of the world. The boarding school is located 50 meters from the upper secondary school, and close to Viborg town centre and the lakes in Viborg. The boarding school has 170 IB and upper secondary school students living with 6 boarding schoolteachers and their families. The college also has a matron, Jutta, who in practice is a reserve mother for the students at the boarding school.
Responsibility, freedom and community
The boarders move away from home when they move into the boarding school. This means that they will experience a higher degree of freedom, but also greater responsibility in the form of washing their own clothes, managing their own bedtime and not least taking care of the few duties they have at the boarding school. Living in the boarding school also means that boarders will be part of a very special community.
During a school year, there are, among other things, a lot of events in the intro weeks, four boarding school parties, series marathons in the cinema, field trips, cake every Tuesday and full weekends of doing things together. There is also a wealth of clubs at the boarding school, which you can read about below
Clubs at the boarding school
Once a week, knitwear and other creative projects are enjoyed in the boarding school's fireplace lounge. You do not have to be trained or dexterous to participate. There is always someone there to help you get better at knitting.
Every Saturday, the Film Club makes sure that films are shown in the boarding school cinema. This could be be anything from romantic comedies to horror movies. Often, the boarding school's own popcorn machine will also be put into operation, so that the atmosphere and smell of going to the cinema will be just right.
Kolle Bold Klub is for the boarding school girls who are interested in playing football. The team trains twice a week right outside the boarding school on the school's football fields. In addition, the team plays matches against other classes at the school among others.
Kolle Bold Klub is for the boarding school boys who are interested in playing football. The team trains twice a week right outside the boarding school on the school's football fields. In addition, the team plays matches against other classes at the school among others.
The boarding school's party committee is responsible for planning and holding the four annual boarding school parties The parties are held in function rooms at the boarding school.
Mountain bike club
If you like to ride on two wheels, whether it is a mountain bike or a road bike, the mountain bike club is the right match for you as it goes on rides on paths and roads in Viborg and the surrounding area. There are especially good tracks in Viborg if you enjoy riding a mountain bike.
Once every two weeks, the Dungeons & Dragons club plays at the school. Bringing the game and a few bags of candy, hours are spent in the D&D universe.
The boarding school's climate club helps to focus on climate both among the boarding school students and at the boarding school. Among other things, the club arranges a clothing bazaar and is responsible for the boarding school's orangery.
In the mother's group, plant enthusiasts meet and exchange experience, slips and everything else that involves plants.
The chess club meets in the fireplace lounge twice a week to practice a game of brain gymnastics You can also participate if you are interested in learning to play chess.
If you love music and can play an instrument, then you can join the boarding school's band, which meets to jam.
Do you have any further questions?
Please feel free to contact IB coordinator Mads Fedder Henriksen on this number +45 23 96 03 86 or write him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.