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Lyceum No. 623 named after Ivan Petrovich Pavlov

Address: st. Yesenin, 22, bldg. 3, St. Petersburg, 194356

Description Lyceum No. 623 named after Ivan Petrovich Pavlov

  • Location: St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Students age: from 7 to 18 years old
  • Forms of study: full-time and part-time
  • Stages of education: primary, basic and secondary.

In 1991, secondary school No. 623 was founded, and in the course of reorganizations by 2011 it became a lyceum No. 623, where students are taught in the medical profile.

In teaching lyceum students the school is helped by:

  1. Saint Petersburg Pediatric Medical Academy of the Federal Agency for Healthcare and Social Development
  2. St. Petersburg State Academy named after I.I. Mechnikov
  3. St. Petersburg Medical University named after academician I.P. Pavlova
  4. RGPU them. Herzen
  5. St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Lyceum No. 623 named after Ivan Petrovich Pavlov

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Lyceum No. 623 has a natural science (medical) profile.

Primary school (7-11 years old): the main program, consisting of general education subjects.

Basic education (11-15 years): a program containing basic subjects and in-depth study of disciplines selected for passing the OGE

Secondary education (16-18 years old): a program consisting of general education subjects and in-depth study of the disciplines selected for passing the exam.

Accommodation, housing and food

Reduced price meals are provided to students:

  1. 1-4 grades of primary school
  2. With disabilities
  3. From large families
  4. From low-income families,
  5. Orphans or children left without parental care
  6. Registered at the tuberculosis dispensary
  7. Suffering from chronic diseases
  8. In a difficult life situation.

To receive benefits, parents / legal representatives must submit an application and documents of the benefit category to the school.

Also, the school pays 100% monetary compensation to children of some categories, homeschooled.

Events Lyceum No. 623 named after Ivan Petrovich Pavlov

Extracurricular activities for lyceum students include additional study of English and mathematics, a football section, and also:

  • Participation in subject Olympiads
  • Career guidance
  • Russian movement of schoolchildren - patriotic education and personal development
  • Thematic sightseeing tours
  • Local history and search activities
  • Environmental studies
  • Creative contests, sports competitions
  • City and school events.

The appearance of lyceum students is regulated by the rules: the main coloUrs of clothes should not be bright - black or dark blue bottom (and jacket), white / light blue / light gray top. The emblem of the Lyceum is self-sewn to the upper part of the garment.

Advantages

  • Profile classes
  • Cooperation with universities.

Equipment Lyceum No. 623 named after Ivan Petrovich Pavlov

The lyceum has one building, which is located on the street. Yesenin in the Vyborg district. The school has 28 equipped classrooms, which include sports facilities and laboratory classrooms. The library fund of the school contains more than 11 thousand copies of books. Also, the building is equipped with:

  1. Assembly hall for concerts and events
  2. Two gyms for physical education lessons
  3. Exercise therapy hall
  4. School Museum
  5. Lecture hall
  6. Stadium on school grounds
  7. Computer classrooms.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

Studying sessions begin on September 1 and end on May 25, which is 33-34 academic weeks (depending on the class). May 31 is considered to be the end of the academic year.

Students in grades 1-6 go to school five days a week, students in grades 7-11 - six. Lessons start at 9:00, each lasting 45 minutes.

Grades 1-9 are taught in quarters:

  • September 1-October 26
  • November 5-December 28
  • January 14-March 22
  • April 1 - May 25/29 (depending on the class).

Grades 10-11 study in half a year:

  • September 1-December 28
  • January 14 - May 25/29 (depending on the class).

Holidays:

  • October 27-November 3
  • December 29-January 12
  • February 4-10 (for 1 grade)
  • March 23-31
  • May 31-August 31.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

To enroll in Lyceum No. 623, you will need to fill out an application in person at the school or on the official website.

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