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Wednesday, 23 May 2012 21:52
A Visit of Malmö high school

The representatives from Malmö visited the Mathematical High School on April 17th and on April 18th 2008. During this two-day visit to our school, our guests from Sweden attended classes in mathematics and physics, talked with our teachers and students. The purpose of their visit was to see how the classes in the Mathematical High School work, because its students continuously show excellent results in the most prestigious international competitions.


The principal and the high school and the teachers from Sweden were full of positive impressions after this short visit. According to them, our students show a great desire to learn, to participate actively in class and work according to the planed programs, which are much broader and much more detailed than those done in Sweden.

Guests from Sweden have expressed a desire for further cooperation with our school.

 
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 21:50
Cooperation with a Hungarian high school

During the school year 2004/2005 cooperation with an elite high school, Fazekas, from Hungary Budapest was established.

 
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 21:45
Visit of the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea

Her Excellency Dr. Kim Jung Hi (Dr. Kim Young-Hee), the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, visited the Mathematical High School on October 12th 2005. She officially put 18 TFT monitors into use. These monitors were a gift from Korea to the Mathematical High School.

 

 
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 21:41
Cooperation with the Russian schools

Our School sent a team of students to the St. Petersburg Olympiad in mathematics in late February 2005. The team consisted of: Marija Jelic, Maja Kabiljo, Milan Vukoje and Milan Marija Jelic and Maja Kabiljo were solving problems for the ninth grade, and Milan Vukoje and Milan Djuric for the eleventh grade. This competition is an analogue to our state competition, the best move further ahead to their federal (All Russian) competition. The Mathematical high school Team participated due to the invitation, outside the official competition, the same as contestants from Latvia, Belarus and some Russian cities outside the St Petersberg area. This Olympiad is specific because the results are shown immediately, orally.

All of our contestants solved two problems within the first three hours and thus qualified themselves for the second round, what is a remarkable achievement. In the second round they get additional three tasks added to the previous four, and another hour for the work. Maja Kabiljo and Milan Vukoje were able to solve another problem during that time. In this way, the Mathematical High School renews its cooperation with Russian schools.

 
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