“I think the mix of the three education systems works really well at the school,” says Grenaa Gymnasium’s principal Helene Bendorff Kristensen. “We have a large variety of students here, so it naturally becomes a very inclusive environment – everyone gets the space and opportunity to be themselves and develop their own particular interests.” The systems are taught separately, but there are plenty of opportunities to meet each other through the school’s many extra-curricular activities, student societies and excursions, including a project called Model United Nations, trips to the local beach, and student or teacher-led music and drama events.