The history of the private Pirogov school begins with a kindergarten created by a group of like-minded people in 1989. The school received the blessing of prot. Alexandra Me, supporting the school in difficult times for him. The school got its name in honor of N.I. Pirogov, pedagogical methods of which are the basis of the educational concept of this school. The first graduation of schoolchildren was held in 1998, and by 2000 Pirogovka had received accreditation and a license.
The postulates of the school are based on the education of young people, taking into account their individual characteristics. In addition to regular classes, the school also has a study group for children with disabilities - the training is organized in an inclusive format. Since the appearance of such a class, the moral background of the school has improved significantly, and students have become more loyal to very different people.
Over the years, the Pirogov School has produced dozens of young people who were able to successfully enter leading and prestigious universities not only in Moscow, but also abroad. Today, the number of students in the school is 220 people, and the teaching staff includes 48 qualified teachers.
The main task of training in the "zero class" - to prepare for school and contribute to the full development of the young student. These include expanding horizons, creativity, working with perseverance and concentration, training of memory. As such, study is not the prevailing activity - in a game-based educational format, children are engaged in music, drawing, physical education, and more.
In the elementary grades of the Pirogov school, instruction is conducted according to the Russian program of grades 1-4. Guys are taught all the basic skills and disciplines. Be sure to conduct physical education classes - twice a week. Also, starting from the 1st grade, students study English: 4 hours each week in the first class, 5 hours a week - in the second. Subjects required to study at the primary school stage:
In high school classes are held in groups of 15-20 people. The school day at school starts at 9:15 am + for pupils of grades 5-7 at school there is an extended day group (up to 18 hours). According to the program of secondary school, the study of disciplines of primary classes continues, among which is the MHC; new subjects are also added to the program: from Grade 7, these are special courses in humanitarian and natural subjects. In high school, students also study English using the modern Cambridge and Oxford + programs from grade 6; you can choose a second language to learn (French or German). Starting from secondary school, elective courses are available for students (employment - from 1 hour per week):
Education in grades 10-11 implies individual group preparation for the exam in all disciplines of the course. To do this, young people have the opportunity to attend additional classes in all disciplines of the course + to choose individual classes in case of failure in a certain subject. In addition, high school students can prepare for the exam for the International FCY certificate. The list of compulsory subjects of high school in Pyrogovka includes:
In the Pirogov private school, pupils go through full-time education, during which they eat in the canteen on the school's territory. This two meals a day, including a balanced healthy menu, designed to meet the characteristics of a growing organism.
The founders of the Pirogov school have always sought to give their pupils a comprehensive development - the educational institution does not retreat from this principle even today. That is why, in addition to the academic program for children and schoolchildren of Pyrogovka, the work of a wide variety of sections and circles is organized:
Every year, guys from Pyrogovka also make several trips to cities in Russia and the near abroad. Every quarter for students take excursions to museums and galleries in Moscow - such excursion trips usually take place in the framework of studying a specific subject: geography, history, literature, physics and others.
The Pirogov School is located in Moscow at the address: 1st Babegorodsky Pereulok, 5/7. The school has an excellent infrastructure, there is a necessary material and technical base and teaching equipment. As for equipment, the school has equipped rooms in chemistry, physics, biology, computer science, literature, foreign languages, there is also a music class, library, gym and not only (the latter is equipped with a gymnastic wall, horizontal bars, volleyball net and basketball backboards).
The admissions office with the Pirogov school runs from March 1 to June 25 - during this period, students and parents can apply and pass entrance examinations.
Cost of programs:
Depending on the chosen program, the cost of education in the Pirogov school ranges from 250 to 270 thousand rubles per academic year. There is also a one-time fee of 50 thousand rubles. The price includes:
Pupils of the Pirogov school can enter one of the stages of secondary education: primary, secondary or high school.
The youngest pupils of Pyrogovka are given the most attention: before entering the first grade, children go through the “zero” class, which helps them to better and faster adapt to the elementary school. In the preparatory group, children are recruited from the age of 5-6 years old: to do this, they must postpone the application, and then the child and parents should meet with the school staff.
For admission to middle and high classes of the Pirogov school (from 5th to 10th) schoolchildren and adolescents pass entrance exams of their choice:
To make a decision on each candidate, the selection committee will take into account the results of entrance examinations + the result of an interview with a school psychological service officer.
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