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School number 2086 Moscow

Address: Lomonosovskiy prospect, 12, Moscow, 119296

Description School number 2086 Moscow

  • Location: Moscow, Russia
  • Students age - from 3 to 18 years old
  • Forms of study: full-time, part-time and part-time
  • Subdivisions of education: preschool, primary, basic and secondary.

School No. 2086 was created in 2013 as a result of the merger of two educational institutions, among which were a comprehensive school and a physics and mathematics lyceum.

This school is included in the list of 70 best in Moscow.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in School number 2086 Moscow

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Date
Age
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Preschool education (3-7 years): a program based on the versatile development of children. Group teachers, a psychologist and a speech therapist are involved with the pupils as needed.

Preschool education groups:

  • short stay (for young children)
  • full day (for children of early and preschool ages).

Initial educational program (7-11 years old)

  1. Main program: general education subjects.
  2. Adapted programs, consisting of general education subjects and correctional work with specialists - speech therapist, psychologist, for children:
  • with severe speech impairment
  • with mental retardation.

School # 2086 has primary classes teaching according to the “Effective Beginning” system - studying the program of 1-2 grades in one year.

Basic education (11-15 years): a program containing basic subjects and in-depth study of the disciplines chosen 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.

Grades 10-11 are divided into profiles:

  1. Philological
  2. Socio-legal
  3. Physics and mathematics
  4. Engineering (applied physics and mathematics)
  5. Economic and mathematical
  6. Biological-chemical
  7. Universal.

Accommodation, housing and food

Meals in preschool and school departments are organized in the canteen according to a menu drawn up by a medical worker, which includes products:

  1. Meat and meat products
  2. Fish and fish products
  3. Milk and dairy products
  4. Eggs
  5. Edible fats
  6. Vegetables and fruits
  7. Cereals, pasta and legumes
  8. Bread and bakery products
  9. Sugar and confectionery.

In case of individual intolerance to any food components, the parents / legal representatives of the student should be informed about this.

Food intake occurs at intervals of 3-4 hours.

Events School number 2086 Moscow

Additional education - circles and sections - are presented in six directions:

  1. Technical:
  • Computer technology and robotics
  • Modeling and prototyping of technical objects
  • Solving mathematical problems of increased complexity
  • Cooking
  • Engineering graphics and technical design.
  • In-depth study of computer science.
  1. Physical culture and sports orientation:
  • Chess
  • OFP
  • Eastern martial arts
  • Figure skating
  • Table and tennis
  • Basketball
  • Gymnastics
  • Rugby
  • Karate
  • Hand-to-hand combat
  • Parachuting
  • Football
  • Judo
  • Volleyball
  • Cheerleading.
  1. Natural science - an additional, deeper study of general scientific subjects (mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, etc.), ecology and experimental studies in the form of research and project activities.
  2. Socio-pedagogical focus:
  • Learning languages (Russian, English, Chinese)
  • Preparing for school for the preschool department
  • Journalism
  • Country geography
  • Intellectual development and games
  • Fundamentals of Social Science
  • Economy
  • History of culture
  • Fundamentals of cultural studies
  • Artistic, aesthetic and creative development
  • Fundamentals of Psychology
  • Film art
  • Socioculture, adaptation support.
  1. Artistic:
  • Different types of dances
  • Vocal studio and academic choir
  • Fundamentals of theatrical art
  • Painting and graphics, contemporary art
  • Needlework
  • Literary creativity
  • Literary criticism
  • Playing musical instruments.
  1. Tourism and local history - the basics of tourism.

Extracurricular activities of high school students include:

  • participation in subject Olympiads
  • delivery of TRP standards
  • research work in the field of ecology
  • participation in competitions and sports competitions
  • participation in patriotic movements
  • city and school activities
  • life of the school newspaper and TV channel.

Advantages

  • Adapted programs
  • Profile classes
  • Additional education in several directions
  • Participation in Olympiads
  • Active extracurricular activities.

Equipment School number 2086 Moscow

School No. 2086 has seven buildings, which include kindergartens (preschool department) and school department buildings (primary, middle and senior classes).

The preschool department is equipped with the necessary premises for a long stay of children:

  1. Group rooms
  2. Music hall
  3. Playroom
  4. Additional education cabinet
  5. Psychologist-speech therapist office
  6. Medical and food blocks
  7. Sport halls
  8. Walking and playgrounds on the territory of buildings.

School buildings are equipped with:

  1. Study rooms
  2. Laboratory premises
  3. Computer classes
  4. Premises for additional education
  5. Libraries
  6. Canteens
  7. Sport halls
  8. Stadiums in school grounds.

The library fund is more than 98 thousand copies of books, which are in three libraries.

All classrooms are equipped with the materials necessary for learning, students can use laptops and computers, use an interactive whiteboard and teaching materials.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

The academic year begins on September 1 and is divided into three terms:

  • September 1-November 16
  • November 17-February 22
  • March 1-May 23 (for 1 grade) / May 31.

Holidays:

  • October 5-18
  • January 1-10
  • 23-28 February
  • April 7-11
  • May 23 / May 31-August 31.

Students at School 2086 study the first shift five days a week, Monday through Friday. Lessons start at 8:30 and last 45 minutes, except for:

  1. the first half of the year for grade 1 - 35 minutes
  2. the second half of the year for grade 1 - 40 minutes.

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

To enter school # 2086, a future student will have to pass tests in the Russian language and mathematics, as well as in specialized subjects (if the chosen class has a profile).

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- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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