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School number 648 named after A.G. Karlova

Address: Flotskaya st., 11, Moscow, 125518

Description School number 648 named after A.G. Karlova

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

School No. 648 has been teaching since 1967. In 2012-2013, several more educational institutions were joined to it, which now allows to increase the performance of students annually, to diversify profile education. Thanks to the merger, this educational institution now owns several kindergartens, which significantly expands the age range of students. School №648 is deservedly included in the TOP-100 best schools in Moscow.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in School number 648 named after A.G. Karlova

Program name

Preschool education (3-7 years) - the development of the intellectual, social, physical abilities of children. In the kindergarten, family visits, short-term and full-day groups are organized. For the following categories of children with disabilities, adapted education programs are organized:

  • Impaired mental function
  • General group of children with disabilities: hearing impairment, vision, speech, intellectual development and emotional-volitional sphere, musculoskeletal system.

Primary education (7-11 years old) consists of the study of basic subjects. For gifted students, the program of the "Effective Primary School" project is organized. Adapted primary school programs are implemented for students with:

  • Mental retardation
  • Visual impairment
  • Mental retardation
  • Severe speech disorders
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Disorders of the musculoskeletal system
  • Severe and multiple developmental disorders.

Basic education (11-15 years old): basic subjects and preparatory classes for passing the OGE. From the 7th year of study, it becomes possible to study in classes under the "Mathematical Vertical" project. Students are also divided into thematic classes:

  • Humanitarian
  • Socio-economic (grades 8-9)
  • Medical / Chemistry and Biology (grades 8-9)
  • Technological
  • Universal.

Adapted programs are tailored for students with:

  • Mental retardation
  • Autism spectrum disorders.

Secondary education (16-18 years old) consists of basic subjects and disciplines chosen for passing the exam. Senior classes are divided into profiles:

  • Medical
  • Humanitarian
  • Technological
  • Socio-economic
  • Universal.

Accommodation, housing and food

The school organizes paid and reduced-price meals. To provide their child with reduced-price meals, parents / legal representatives must submit an application and provide documents confirming the existence of the category. Meals are provided for preschoolers in accordance with an approximate 20-day menu, for the school department - a 12-day menu (both options are compiled under the supervision of the parent committee and a medical professional).

Pupils can pay for purchases in the cafeteria and canteen using cash or an electronic Moskvenok card of the Pass and Meals system. The card is replenished by parents / legal representatives remotely, it allows you to track the child's attendance at school and the diet.

Events School number 648 named after A.G. Karlova

Additional education in secondary school No. 648 is quite diverse and consists of circles and sections in several directions:


  • Solving mathematical problems of increased complexity
  • Film and video equipment
  • Computer and information technology, programming, robotics
  • Stand modeling
  • Industrial Design
  • Ministry of Emergency Situations (rescue and firefighting)
  • Architecture
  • Design and modeling of various objects.

Physical culture and sports:

  • OFP
  • Swimming
  • Bullet shooting
  • Skating
  • Various types of wrestling: aikido, oriental martial arts, karate, etc.
  • Ball games: football, volleyball, basketball, etc.
  • Chess.

Natural science - the subject study of basic subjects (mathematics, geography, biology, chemistry, etc.), physiology and anatomy.

Social and humanitarian:

  • Learning languages: Russian, English, German, Spanish, Chinese
  • Intellectual, artistic and aesthetic development, socialization and communication
  • Vocational guidance
  • Culture of life
  • Museum business
  • Russian history
  • Speech therapy, psychology
  • Preparatory lessons for preschoolers
  • Fundamentals of Social Science, Sociology.

Tourism and local lore - courses in tourism and Moscow studies.


  • Various types of dances: modern, pop, modern jazz, etc.
  • Playing musical instruments: guitar, flute, etc.
  • Fundamentals of theatrical and musical arts
  • Development of vocal skills: academic vocal, choir
  • Literary criticism, writing circle, art reading
  • Needlework, work with various materials
  • Painting and graphics.

Extracurricular activities:

  • Volunteer squad "School of the Leader"
  • Additional career guidance courses for various professions
  • Excursions and themed events, concerts
  • Virtual excursions for home schooling
  • Projects "Moscow guide", "Museums. Parks. Estates "
  • Subject Olympiads and educational competitions
  • Sports competitions, creative projects.


  • Profile classes
  • Additional activities, extracurricular activities
  • Educational projects.

Equipment School number 648 named after A.G. Karlova

School No. 648 includes five buildings. Daycare conditions are organized for preschoolers:

  • Sleeping quarters
  • Learning and development classes
  • Sports and music halls
  • Walking areas in areas fenced off from the street
  • In one of the buildings there is a swimming pool.

School buildings are equipped with classrooms, practical laboratories for the study of natural science subjects, sports and assembly halls, classrooms of additional education. Also in the use of students there is literature in the school library, MFPs, printers and scanners. Classrooms are equipped with chalk and interactive whiteboards, projectors, stationary PCs. In the school grounds there are stadiums for sporting events and physical education lessons. In some buildings there are dental offices, isolators, in all - medical and treatment rooms, speech therapist and psychologist offices.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

School No. 648 has a modular learning regime for terms of semesters, but senior classes are taught in half-year terms.

Approximate terms for grades 1-9:

  • September 1-November 27
  • November 30-February 28
  • March 1 - May 21/31.

High school semesters:

  • September 1-December 30
  • January 11 - May 21 / May 31.

The completion of studying depends on the class and the delivery of the final certification.

Vacation dates:

  • October 5-18
  • December 31-January 10
  • February 20-28
  • April 3-11
  • June 1-August 31.

Classes are held daily for five school days, the beginning of the lessons is at 8:30, the duration of each is 45 minutes. The first classes are taught in a stepwise mode - the lesson increases in time from 35 to 45 minutes, depending on the half-year.

Specialized classes at the end of the curriculum undergo testing and diagnostic work.

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

School enrollment takes place on the portal of Moscow State Services with a registered account. On the site, you should fill out an application, and then wait for an invitation to an educational institution to provide documents and possible tests.

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- 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
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- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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