Rezekne State Gymnasium No. 1 offers high quality education that responds to the general State education standards, objectives and results. The vision of the school is to be a prestigious, high-cultural educational institution in Latgale region in Latvia where the students can study in a positive learning environment receiving modern high quality education that encourages pupil’s competitive development and inspires them to take motivated choices for their future career. In academic year 2015 – 2016 there were 422 students studying in Rezekne State Gymnasium No. 1 and their learning process was guided by 52 teachers. 


Pupils of Rezekne State Gymnasium No. 1 have variety of opportunities outside the classroom to develop their personalities and to improve their intellectual and physical development. They can be actively involved in Student Council activities, develop their skills in different interest education groups (such as choir, folk dances, basketball, volleyball, athletics, technical modeling club etc.), participate in regional and national Olympiads of different school subjects, take part in different projects, scientific research development and sport events. 

The school has active cultural life and many traditions to celebrate such as the Day of Knowledge, Teacher's Day, Tourism Gathering, Poetry Day, Career Week, Alumni Get-together event and different Latvian traditional festivities and different pupils’ initiative projects.

Pupils can develop their entrepreneurial spirit participating in the project "Be a leader!" that is provided by Latvian Business and Management Academy.  

The school is also partner in different international Comenius Schools Partnerships’ projects. It has also a collaboration with DSD (Deutssches Sprachdiplom) partner school in Landshut (Germany) that gives the opportunity for pupils to pass the German language exam (in the collaboration with Goethe Institute) and study in Germany.  

The Gymnasium has been also involved in European Social Fund project "Support for positive thinking". The goal of the project was to establish school uniform practices to promote positive behaviors. Rezekne State Gymnasium No. 1 is also a member of worldwide program "School – future partners". 

SCHOOL WEBSITEhttp://www.rv1g.lv 


Galileo Galilei High School was established in Trento (Italy) in 1928. It offers a broad education, which aims to prepare students for future University studies. It confers a Scientific High School diploma for both ordinary and Applied Sciences curricula. It is located in a panoramic position in a wide park, inside of which a didactic, geologic and botanic itinerary have been created. Around 800 students attend the school and it is well equipped with physics, science and IT labs, together with a furnished library.  


Scientific teaching in a grounded humanistic and linguistic education program is one of the main characteristics of our school. The goal is achieved through the use of laboratories, meant both as real places and as means of working and interacting with students. The achievement of a high level in scientific subjects is also the result of the strong belief that the excellences need to be exploited and their value communicated. This leads from one side to the improvement of teaching and from the other to a wider involvement of all students. 

The school is called "GALILEO GALILEI" and for this reason, it is important for us to report a quote by the famous scientist: "Behind every problem there is always an opportunity ".

SCHOOL WEBSITEhttps://www.lsgalilei.org 


Tallinn Centre of Industrial Education (Tallinna Tööstushariduskeskus) is one of the biggest vocational schools teaching clothing, commerce, service and mechanics specialties in Estonia.


In our school it is possible to study in Estonian and in Russian language.

Students with lower secondary education obtain their vocational secondary education in 3 years. Based on the full secondary education students can learn their professions daily at school or by distance in 1 or 2 years. After graduating from our school young people can continue their education in universities or colleges.

Practical training takes place in laboratories and manufactory learning rooms according to European standards. School has partnership relationship with many vocational schools all over Europe and we send our best students to get advanced training there.

International competitions in hairdressing, sewing and automatics take place at our school.

SCHOOL WEBSITEhttp://www.tthk.ee 


Raseko provides vocational education and training for both young and adult students, as well as development services for working life according to the needs of the area. Raseko’s educational programmes are attended daily by about 2,000 youths and several hundred of adults.

Raisio Regional Education and Training Consortium is owned by six municipalities in southwest Finland: Masku, Mynämäki, Naantali, Nousiainen, Raisio and Rusko.


Raseko is a successful, independent, nationally recognised organiser of vocational education, and a developer of business life.

Raseko’s curriculum is extensive. We offer education and training in the following subjects: engineering, computing and software, hotel, restaurant and catering, business administration, social welfare and health, crafts and design. In addition, we offer nearly limitless options for adult education and apprenticeship training. 

Consortium has integrated entrepreneurial studies in all units’ curricula. Organisation has organized several 12 h innovation camps, 24h innovation camps and students are participating one year as an entrepreneur–studies.

“Thanks to JA Finland we got the opportunity to be a control school to ICEE project. IWe are very curious to have a look at the results of the project'" - siad Ari Tornberg, teacher at Rasision seudun koulutuskuntayhtyma.

SCHOOL WEBSITEhttps://www.raseko.fi/in-english



We are an academic school with approximately 600 students in the centre of Vilvoorde, near Brussels (Belgium). Besides the normal school activities, we also offer education to the top sporting school for volleyball in an academic and technical programme

In the first degree, our students can opt for Latin or Modern Sciences. Within the Modern Sciences programme we offer the option STEM (Science – Technology – Engineering – Mathematics) to increase our students' enthusiasm for engineering, technical and scientific education. In the second degree students can choose between Economics, Human Sciences, Sciences, Latin or Latin-Greek. In the third degree they can combine these main subjects with Modern Languages or Mathematics. 

Finally, we are also an CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning)-school, which is unique in our region. As from their first year, our students can take a non-language subject in English. That option is very important to make our students more competent in languages and offer them an asset for their higher education or professional life.  


Our school wants to stimulate both the entrepreneurial spirit as entrepreneurship itself.

That is why we integrate company visits (Coca-Cola, Valentino, etc.) at various moments throughout our students’ school careers to offer them the opportunity to learn about the business world. In addition we take part in ‘Ondernemers voor de klas’, a Vlajo-programme, to create a positive image on entrepreneurship among our students.

During their last year, the pupils that opt for Economics also participated in the business game Ecoman, which is organised by an university. Through this game, students get to know the totality of a company in a practical way. At the end they have to present their company to an external jury, composed of young entrepreneurs. We also organise an ‘Entrepreneurship day' where we we invite speakers and managers from the region to engage with our students on entrepreneurship.   

Through the ICEE-project we have gained knowledge about the ‘Mini-company’ project. Next school year we would like to start with this project with 35 students of different study programmes. 

“If we want to encourage entrepreneurship among our students, we have to offer them as many opportunities as possible to get in touch with the business world, but we must also, and perhaps above all, increase their creativity and self-confidence by offering them entrepreneurial initiatives" - said Sofie Maes, headmaster of the school.

SCHOOL WEBSITEhttp://www.kov.be

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