Zavod sv. Stanislava, Skofijska klasicna gimnazija
Diocesan Classical Gymnasium at St. Stanislav Institute, Slovenia

ScienceMath- contact person:

Tine Golez,

Physics teacher, MSc,
Chief editor of the national physics magazine “Physics in school”

Contact: tine.golez (at)

Dr. Marina Rugelj,

Mathematics teacher,
part time trainer at the Faculty of Education,
Ljubljana, Didactics of Mathematics,
Co-autor of mathematics school books

Contact: marina.rugelj (at)

St. Stanislav´s Institution is located about 6 kilometers from the centre of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is a cultural and educational establishment consisting of the Diocesan Classical Gymnasium, the Jeglic Student Home, The Music School, the Janez F. Gnidovec Residence Hall, the Slovene Home and Studia Slovenica. It was founded in 1901 by the Bishop of Ljubljana, Anton Bonaventura Jeglic. Its most significant constituent today is the Diocesan Classical Gymnasium, a secondary school for approximately 670 girls and boys between the ages of 14 and 18. The gymnasium lasts four years. The students learn mathematics for all the four years – four hours a week. Mathematics is a compulsory subject at state prepared final exams (matura).