The Brežice Grammar School (Slovene: Gimnazija Brežice) is located in Brežice, Slovenia. It is a coeducational nondenominational state secondary general education school for students aged between 15 and 19. It prepares them for university, which they can enroll at after passing the matura (leaving exam).
|Brežice Grammar School|
Trg izgnancev 14
|Type||general gymnasium, classical gymnasium|
|Head of school||Uroš Škof|
|Age range||15 to 19|
|Number of students||400|
The Brežice Grammar School was founded in 1942 as a lower secondary school with German as the language of instruction.
The school's curriculum consists of two programs: the general program (splošna gimnazija) and the classical program (klasična gimnazija), in which one of the foreign languages is Latin. A change introduced three years ago is European classes, in which the general program incorporates the latest trends: project approach, authentic interdisciplinary learning, team teaching of foreign languages with the aim of increasing the intercultural competence of students.
Quality of educationEdit
There are very few, if any, dropouts, and the academic performance of students is very good. This is shown annually in the results of the leaving exam. Every year, the average results of students are high above the national average, and the number of students who pass with distinction is among the highest in the country.
- "Upper secondary education". slovenia.si (managed by the Slovenian Government Communication Office). Retrieved February 6, 2016.