Prirodo-matematicheska profilirana gimnaziya “Sv. Kliment Ohridski”

Prirodo-matematicheska profilirana gimnaziya “Sv. Kliment Ohridski”, Montana, Bulgaria has a hundred-year history. More than 260 teachers with spirit and heart have worked and work for the success of more than 28,000 high school students under the roof of the first High School of our city, whose worthy patron is St. Kliment Ohridski

PMPG “St. Kliment Ohridski “is a high school with profiled training in Mathematics, Informatics and Biology with intensive English study.  At present, 540 students (11 to 18 years) are taught by 39 teachers at the school.

Many of our students are involved in extracurricular activities, clubs, volunteering, sports (football, volleyball, athletics). Through these extracurricular forms, students have the opportunity to present the school in international initiatives, projects and events: Europe Club – Euroscola– three times our students won the competition  to participate the Euroscola program of the European Parliament in Strasbourg in years 2009, 2014 and 2018, school orchestra – international festivals, Eco club – scientific conferences. PMPG is a school with outstanding students in the field of IT and ICT, repeatedly awarded at national competitions for excellence in the field of computer science, which we are very proud of.

Admissions of pupils in the PMPG annually show the highest score among all schools in the region. The teacher’s professional competencies, the school environment, project work and extracurricular activities make the school preferred by students and parents.

The school has good experience in designing European Comenius projects:  WE SPEAK YOUR LANGUAGE, FROM SKY TO TAP, Comenius Bilateral project  2011-1-BG1-COM07-05002-1 A SUITCASE MUSEUM, Comenius- multilateral     LLP-2012-COM-MP-083 – THE PLANET IN OUR HANDS  and an Erasmus + project  -JOB TROTTER, 2015-1-DEO3-KA219-013485_6. It has launched a new Erasmus + project, JOBEU (Job opportunities for young people across Europe), from the 2018-2019 academic year. In the course of our projects, staff and students work closely with local officials and local bodies as well as local businesses and international companies.

Work on European projects is of great importance, as we live in a dynamic environment and education requires the development of both learners and trainers. It has been proven that intercultural competencies are important because our country, our city and our school are part of the EU, and its motto is “Unity in diversity”.

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