Denmark's Crown Prince Couple Announced New Schools for Prince Christian and Princess Isabella

Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark just released an official statement regarding the new schools for their two children, Prince Christian and Princess Isabella.

The Danish Royal Court shared the Crown Prince Couple's statement on its official social media accounts:

"Following the consideration of the Crown Prince family during summer, a decision has been made regarding the upcoming school year. 

In the new school year, His Royal Highness Prince Christian will start at Ordrup Gymnasium in Gentoffe and Her Royal Highness Princess Isabella at Ingrid Jespersens High School in Copenhagen".

Prince Christian and his younger sister, Princess Isabella 
Credit: Danish Royal Court

In addition to the above official statement, the Crown Prince couple said there will be no back-to-school photo opportunities for the Their Royal Highnesses, and hoping that the media will respect their wishes.

Prince Christian with his parents, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary
posed at Herlufsholm School in 2021. Credit: Danish Royal Court

Prince Christian of Denmark
Prince Christian and his father, Crown Prince Frederik
Credit: Danish Royal Court
Princess Isabella of Denmark
Princess Isabella of Denmark Credit: Danish Royal Court

It can be recalled that in June this year, Prince Christian, 17, the second-in-line to the Danish throne, was pulled out of Herlufsholm School, one of the elite schools in Denmark, due to the accusations of harassment and bullying committed inside the school campus.

The controversies were revealed in the explosive documentary about the school's alleged abuses and bullying aired on Danish TV in May this year.

Read related story: 

Prince Christian was pulled out of Herlufsholm due to bullying scandal

Ordrup Gymnasium

Ordrup High School is located in Charlottenlund, Denmark. Charlottenlund is a suburban area on the coast of north Copenhagen, it is the administrative seat of Gentoffe municipality. 

Prince Christian of Denmark
Prince Christian of Denmark

According to its official website, Ordrup High School is "a school with a focus on three core values: Cooperation, Curiosity, and Respect. We offer many different fields of study within languages, music, natural sciences and social studies".

Ingrid Jespersens High School

The siblings will be attending a separate high school as Princess Isabella is set to attend the Ingrid Jespersens High School, a private school located at Nordre Frihavnsgade in the Østerbro district of Copenhagen.

Princess Isabella of Denmark
Princess Isabella with her parents, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary
Credit: Danish Royal Court

The school was established as a private primary school for girls by Ingrid Jespersen under the name Ingrid Jespersens Pigeskole in 1894. 

It was later expanded to include a high school department. Today, it is one of the most popular private schools in Denmark.

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