Classical grammar school programme

Classical school programme is a programme that puts emphasis on Latin and Latin literature. Students have more history and philosophy lessons. There is less natural sciences compared to the grammar school programme. Students can make up for the difference by choosing natural sciences as a part of their elective subjects in Year 3 and 4. Those lessons also entail the expansion of knowledge in specific areas and an intensive preparation for matura (baccalaureate).

Scientia est potentia

The classical school programme is intended for those that want to acquire the widest knowledge of humanities. It is the perfect basis for the further study of languages, history, archaeology, art history, law, other social studies and humanities, medicine, pharmacy and veterinary medicine. This programme also prepares students for other university programmes.

Veni, vidi, vici

A students successfully finishes this programme after passing matura and obtaining a grammar school education. Both programmes (classical grammar school programme and grammar school programme) have three compulsory subjects (Slovene, Maths and a modern foreign language) and two elective subjects (from all general education subjects) at matura.

Per aspera ad astra

Compulsory subjects

4 lessons per week
3 lessons per week
2 lessons per week
Slovene
Maths
Latin
The first foreign language
Second foreign language
P.E.
History
Geography
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Informatics

Compulsory subjects

4 lessons per week
3 lessons per week
2 lessons per week
1 lesson per week
Slovene
Maths
Latin
First foreign language
Second foreign language
P.E.
History

Geography
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Music
Art

Compulsory subjects

4 lessons per week
3 lessons per week
2 lessons per week
Slovene
Maths
Latin
First foreign language
Second foreign language
History
P.E.
Geography
Psychology
Sociology

Elective subjects

4 lessons per week
2 lessons per week
Third foreign language
Biology
Physics
Subject that school offers
Students have to choose subjects in the range of 4 lessons.

Compulsory subjects



4 lessons per week
3 lessons per week
2 lessons per week
Slovene
Maths
Latin
First foreign language
Second foreign language
P.E.
Philosophy
History

Elective subjects



6 lessons
4 lessons
2 lessons
Psychology
Sociology
Philosophy
Art history
Informatics
Geography
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Latin
Second foreign language
History

Students have to choose subjects in the range of 4 to 8 lessons.

Compulsory electives

 

Our curriculum is also comprised of compulsory electives that differ from regular lessons in their implementation. Compulsory electives encompass 300 hours that are partitioned through the years. In the first three years, students have 90 hours and in Year 4 they have 30 hours. Some are regulated by the programme (civic culture, library and information science, cultural and artistic subject matters, sports days, health education, family, peace and non-violence education), some are chosen by the school and some are chosen freely by the students. The most common ones among the latter are making a research, voluntery social work and numerous field trips and camps.