Ingrid Jespersens Gymnasieskole is a self-governing institution with a primary school and an upper secondary school (Gymnasium). Our Gymnasium consists of 4 classes on each year, a total of 300 students.
At IJG we value a high professional level, creative activities and nurture and care for each student.
The size of IJG makes it possible to create a close and safe student environment. The foundation for this is a well-functioning teamwork between teachers and students, as well as a close relationship between students across the different year groups.
Tolerance and intellectual freedom are key concepts at IJG and we consider the professional and personal development of the students as equally important.
About Ingrid Jespersen
Ingrid Jespersens Gymnasieskole was founded by Ingrid Jespersen in 1894. Ingrid Jespersen was born on the 24st of January in 1867. She graduated in 1889 from N. Zahles Seminarium. In 1894, she founded Ingrid Jespersens School for girls in Ndr. Frihavnsgade, Østerbro Copenhagen. In 1905 the school obtained recognition as an upper secondary school, and the first students graduated in 1908.
Ingrid Jespersen died on the 22nd of November, 1938. Her urn is buried at Egebæksvang Cemetary in Espergærde.