Our school is typical Czech, state grammar school, which offers to their students the general secondary education. There are taught all compulsory subject (humanities and science too) and also several optional subject, which students can choose. The aim of this school is to prepare students for study at university as much as it is possible. In our country there are several types of grammar schools assorting to the number of forms. In recent year our school has gone through several experiments. In 1990 there were two courses running simultaneously: the eight-year-course for children since 11 and the standard four-year-course for the children since 14. In 1991 the eight-year-course was replaced with the six-year-course, since 13 year of age. In the 1997 the four-year-course was abolished and now it is established again.
Our grammar school is in Hodonín in Legionářská street. It is a quite new building, however the grammar school is in Hodonín more then hundred years. The old building was damaged during the World War Two. It is a simple modern building with white facade, typical purpose-built building, and beside there is a playground for PE surrounded by green living fence. Inside there are there three floors and a ground floor. At the entrance there is a schools service, a student, who is noticing visitors and helps them. Today he is noticing not only the visitors but also the late students and enters them in by pushing a buzzer. Near entrance there is a small canteen, provided by other school, where students can buy a something to eat, lunch or something sweet. There is also a slot-machine, where students can buy coffee or some cold drink. But this is not a school canteen with dinning room, the dinning room is further to the back of the school near the gymnasium. Near gymnasium are two cloakrooms, hothouse, fitness room, and a room with washing basins and shower corners. In a ground floor there is a cloakroom where each pair of students has a small metal locker. There is also a boiler room. Above cloakroom there is assembly hall with a stage and chairs. There are arranged important meetings. It is decorated by students' drawings and paintings, it is an exposition. On the first floor there is a library with many books, not only textbooks, but also fictions and poetry. Head's and deputy head's offices, secretary office and a common room are close each to other just opposite the stairs.
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