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1991 August 5: The first students – an all-Danish team – walk through the Kaospilots doors.

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1992 The school launches its first slogan: The Best School for the World.

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1992 In conjunction with the UN Decade of Culture the school is awarded the UNESCO prize for an especially noticeable educational initiative.

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1992 Team 1 takes over the centre of Aarhus during the annual Aarhus Festival. Their Street Agenda project sets new standards for how art and culture can engage the average citizen.

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1993 First graduation! Team 1 receive their graduation certificates in the Aarhus Music Hall.

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1993 Team 2 starts – the team includes students from all of Scandinavia, with the aim of reflecting the school’s Scandinavian ambitions, cultural roots and values.

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1994 Søren Langager of the Danish University of Education presents an evaluation of the Kaospilots at an event in Rundetårn, Copenhagen.

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1994 Half of the school is lost to a fire started by a stray New Year’s Eve firework.

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1994 Travelling on the Kronborg ferry, Team 2 dock at Copenhagen, Helsinki, Riga, Tallinn, Stockholm and elsewhere to promote Copenhagen as the 1996 City of Culture.

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1996 CNN interviews the school’s principal, Uffe Elbæk.

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1996 The school opens its first outpost in San Francisco (1996–2000). Team 3 complete their entire second year there.

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1997 Education is transferred from the Ministry of Culture to the Ministry of Education.

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1997 POP1, our first strategy and vision seminar, featuring all students, staff and board members. Basic perspectives on the organization and life in general are identified.

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1997 Team 3 complete their USA project, whose customer is the founder and CEO Emeritus of VISA International, Dee Hock.

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1998 Uffe Elbæk’s account of the school, its educational programme and its environment is published.

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1991 August 5: The first students – an all-Danish team – walk through the Kaospilots doors.

  • 100%

1992 The school launches its first slogan: The Best School for the World.

  • 100%

1992 In conjunction with the UN Decade of Culture the school is awarded the UNESCO prize for an especially noticeable educational initiative.

  • 5%

1992 Team 1 takes over the centre of Aarhus during the annual Aarhus Festival. Their Street Agenda project sets new standards for how art and culture can engage the average citizen.

  • 5%

1993 First graduation! Team 1 receive their graduation certificates in the Aarhus Music Hall.

  • 5%

1993 Team 2 starts – the team includes students from all of Scandinavia, with the aim of reflecting the school’s Scandinavian ambitions, cultural roots and values.

  • 5%

1994 Søren Langager of the Danish University of Education presents an evaluation of the Kaospilots at an event in Rundetårn, Copenhagen.

  • 5%

1994 Half of the school is lost to a fire started by a stray New Year’s Eve firework.

  • 5%

1994 Travelling on the Kronborg ferry, Team 2 dock at Copenhagen, Helsinki, Riga, Tallinn, Stockholm and elsewhere to promote Copenhagen as the 1996 City of Culture.

  • 5%

1996 CNN interviews the school’s principal, Uffe Elbæk.

  • 5%

1996 The school opens its first outpost in San Francisco (1996–2000). Team 3 complete their entire second year there.

  • 5%

1997 Education is transferred from the Ministry of Culture to the Ministry of Education.

  • 5%

1997 POP1, our first strategy and vision seminar, featuring all students, staff and board members. Basic perspectives on the organization and life in general are identified.

  • 5%

1997 Team 3 complete their USA project, whose customer is the founder and CEO Emeritus of VISA International, Dee Hock.

  • 5%

1998 Uffe Elbæk’s account of the school, its educational programme and its environment is published.

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1991 August 5: The first students – an all-Danish team – walk through the Kaospilots doors.

  • 100%

1992 The school launches its first slogan: The Best School for the World.

  • 100%

1992 In conjunction with the UN Decade of Culture the school is awarded the UNESCO prize for an especially noticeable educational initiative.

  • 5%

1992 Team 1 takes over the centre of Aarhus during the annual Aarhus Festival. Their Street Agenda project sets new standards for how art and culture can engage the average citizen.

  • 5%

1993 First graduation! Team 1 receive their graduation certificates in the Aarhus Music Hall.

  • 5%

1993 Team 2 starts – the team includes students from all of Scandinavia, with the aim of reflecting the school’s Scandinavian ambitions, cultural roots and values.

  • 5%

1994 Søren Langager of the Danish University of Education presents an evaluation of the Kaospilots at an event in Rundetårn, Copenhagen.

  • 5%

1994 Half of the school is lost to a fire started by a stray New Year’s Eve firework.

  • 5%

1994 Travelling on the Kronborg ferry, Team 2 dock at Copenhagen, Helsinki, Riga, Tallinn, Stockholm and elsewhere to promote Copenhagen as the 1996 City of Culture.

  • 5%

1996 CNN interviews the school’s principal, Uffe Elbæk.

  • 5%

1996 The school opens its first outpost in San Francisco (1996–2000). Team 3 complete their entire second year there.

  • 5%

1997 Education is transferred from the Ministry of Culture to the Ministry of Education.

  • 5%

1997 POP1, our first strategy and vision seminar, featuring all students, staff and board members. Basic perspectives on the organization and life in general are identified.

  • 5%

1997 Team 3 complete their USA project, whose customer is the founder and CEO Emeritus of VISA International, Dee Hock.

  • 5%

1998 Uffe Elbæk’s account of the school, its educational programme and its environment is published.

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