International School in Roskilde

by Kevin Goggins
(Roskilde Denmark)

Hi, We are an International School in our third year and I noticed we are not listed on your website. Is it possible to add our school to the list? Details as follows Skt. Josef’s International School, Roskilde Frederiksborgvej 10 DK-4000 Roskilde +45 46 35 25 26 www.sktjosef.dk Kind regards Kevin Goggins


Response:

Your school keeps asking to be put on the site. You ARE on the site, but I am thinking about removing it, if you keep emailing me about putting it on again and again and again. Please read the page before sending in duplicate requests each week.

Thank you,
Charlie

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