"Then, of course, it has to be consistent with the curriculum, class size, etc. We give priority to applications from foreign Swedish pupils in the first place because that is our boarding school objective," headteacher Mats Almlöv tells aftonbladet. He can offer up to 70 places.
An information meeting for pupils and parents who are interested will be held at Grennaskolan school at 1 pm on Friday morning.
Grennaskolan has early received criticism from the schools inspectorate.
"We had a bullying case, about two years ago. We did wrong and paid compensation. We have done everything we can since then," says Mats Almlöv.
Lundsberg school has two hundred pupils. The national schools inspectorate made the decision to close it down for an indefinate period for in its view, failing to stop ritualised bullying among pupils.
Two new pupils were burnt by an iron as part of a hazing ritual at the weekend.