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  • Johanna-Wittum-School - Pforzheim - Germany - October 2013

    JWS is a vocational highschool specialized in the topics of natural science e.g. biotechnology and food science with chemistry and also in social science. The school has about 1400 students from the 9th to the 13th grade and 135 teachers.
    The age of its students ranges from 15 to 19. After passing their final exams, a lot of our students go on to university to study life sciences, medicine, biotechnology, biology or chemistry.
    Our school has gained a nationwide reputation as a centre of (...)

  • Lycée Léopold Sédar Senghor - Evreux - France - July 2013

    The Léopold Sédar Senghor high school is a public school was founded in 1991. The school is located in Evreux, the main town of Eure department, in Upper Normandy (France). You can visit the website of the school with this link. The school has a capacity of 1350 pupils. There is 120 teachers and 50 others staff (executive, laboratory technicians and assistants, maintenance worker...). The school has 35 classroms, 8 computer labs, 15 science labs including 6 specialized in biotechnology.
    You (...)

  • Niels-Stensen-Gymnasium - October 2013

    The Niels-Stensen-Gymnasium is located in Hamburg, Germany.
    We are a catholic gymnasium with about 650 pupils and about 50 teachers.
    The school was founded in 2003 and started with two 5th grades.
    2011 these pupils reached their „Abitur“ (graduation from high-school).
    Our focus is on music and science.
    For more see this presentation:

  • Biskupske Gymnazium - Brno - Czech Republic - October 2013

    Biskupské gymnázium is catholic grammar school located in the second biggest city of The Czech Republic, Brno. The school grounds are settled close to the centre of the town in a very nice and quiet area on a hill, surrounded by park and gardens.
    Founded in 1941 the building’s purpose as a jezuit school was involuntarily changed first time by Nazis in 1943, second time by the Communist regime in years 1949-1991. Finally it was reestablished as a grammar school with two classes of 8 year (...)

  • Gymnázium sv. Františka Assiského – Levoca – Slovak Republic - October 2013

    Gymnázium sv. Františka Assiského – LEVOČA – Slovak Republic
    Gymnázium sv. Františka Assiského was established in 1991as a catholic grammar school. It is located in the eastern part of Slovakia in the historical medieval town of Levoča that was added to the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.
    Our school is a traditional secondary grammar school that prepares the students for university and lasts four years or eight years if the students have enrolled earlier from the primary school. (...)

  • Fenyi Gyula Jezsuita Gimnazium es Kollegium - Miskolc - Hungary - October 2013

    Our jesuit academic grammar school is a dominant educational center in the northeast of Hungary emphasizing catholic values.
    Students aged from 12 years to 19 years have the opportunity to broaden their perspective by a comprehensive educating system concentrating on high leveled knowledge in different subjects -especially in chemistry and biology.
    Our high school cooperates fruitfully with other local high schools and with the local university as well. Ambitious students can get insight (...)

  • Kollegium Kalksburg - Wien - October 2013

    The Kollegium Kalksburg is a former Jesuit, now private catholic school located in the green suburban area of Vienna.
    We are an 8-year grammar school, with students aged 10 to 18 years. We offer scientific education as well as humanistic education, and a lot of special elective courses.
    Students in the science branch attend various projects, like this Comenius project. At Kollegium Kalksburg, after-school supervision, lasting until 17:30, is provided.
    For futher information, please see (...)

  • Instituto Ensenanza Secundaria Aynadamar - Granada - Spain - July 2013

    AYNADAMAR is an Arabic name which means "Water Spring of Tears" and is the name of our Secondary School, it is situated in Granada. We are a public school with 1400 students and 100 teachers.
    Our school offers post-obligatory education with two possibilities:
    Vocational training
    Bachillerato
    If you like more information, CLICK BELLOW.

  • Vilnius Jesuit Gymanzium - Vilnius - Lithuania - October 2013

    Vilnius Jesuit High School is situated in the most picturesque site of Vilnius, namely in the Old City that according to UNESCO resolution is included in the List of World Cultural Heritage. It is an independent Roman Catholic school providing secondary education of high academic standard and bringing up younger generation of Lithuania in accordance with the principles of Jesuit education.
    Today 716 students at the age 10 to 18 attend classes under the guidance of 81 teachers. (...)

  • Turk Egitim Vakfi Inanc Turkes Ozel Lisesi - Kocaeli - Turkey - July 2013

    TÜRK EĞİTİM VAKFI İNANÇ TÜRKEŞ ÖZEL LİSESİ
    In 1990, Sezai Türkeş, one of the most prominent industrial leaders of time, established a school for highly gifted and economically disadvantaged children called Inanc Turkes High School to the honor his wife. In 2001, Turkish Education Foundation (TEV), one of the biggest non-profit organizations, took over the business and took the responsibility of education of these special students.
    The purposes of TEVITOL are to prepare students for their future roles (...)

  • Gymnasium Muttenz - Muttenz - Switzerland - September 2013

    Our Gymnasium (high school) has about 900 students and 130 teachers.
    We are located in Muttenz near Basel. We have a big commuting area of students. They come from the canton Baselland and Aargau. You can visit our website at this adress.
    It´s the first time that we cooperate on a Comenius Project.
    We are excited to be part of the community.