More that 700 medals at international Olympiads
More than 300 medals on others international competetions
The choir of MGS
Mathematical Grammar School television
Cooperation with former students
Welcome to the Mathematical Grammar School
The Mathematical Grammar School (MGS) is a unique school in Serbia, specialised for students talented in mathematics, physics and computer science, aged 13-18. It was established in 1966, and extended in 2004 to include the two final grades of primary school (age 13-14).
Inspired by the existing experience of other modern countries, a group of university professors and scientists from Belgrade has initiated the idea to form the Mathematical Grammar School. The underlying model for the MGS was a school founded a year earlier in Moscow, by one of the greatest mathematicians - Andrei Nikolaevich Kolmogorov.
What is special about our work
- Our gifted students are carefully selected through a specific admission process, which includes a specialised entry exam and the assessment of previous achievements.
- A specialised curriculum ensures that teaching in mathematics, physics and computer science.
- Knowing that a gifted student needs a gifted teacher, we cherish excellence among our staff.
- Many staff members are the former students of the Mathematical Grammar School.
What our students get
- Small-size classes, usually 20 students per class (which are sometimes further divided into four or five smaller groups for mentoring).
- Variety of teaching methods, spanning from the classical to the most modern techniques, including mentoring.
- Nurturing active knowledge, creativity, originality, integrity and criticism as greatly valued attributes; developing profound moral, scientific and civilizational awareness.
Our many successes
- More than 500 medals at international Olympics.
- More than 300 medals at other international competitions.
- More than 7000 students have been studied at the Mathematical Grammar School
- Approximately 500 former MG school students now have a PhD degree many of whom have received professorships at the eminent universities worldwide.