The school’s income consists partly of the support from the Swedish government, student fees and funds collected from various ‘fundraising’ events in connection with cultural events. The school is under US law a so-called. ”Non-profit” (non-profit) organization and therefore can receive and indeed welcomes donations, large and small. The costs incurred for the school year consist primarily of teacher salaries, insurance, rents and student materials. Any surplus is used for teaching materials and theme days, as well as for the school library.
A development fund has been established to enable the school’s vision to establish its own premises. A certain percentage of the school’s surplus goes annually to this fund.
Donations to the school can be made on the payment page.