About the school

Our mission is to develop the unique abilities of all students and help them grow into open and confident individuals. We understand that true education goes beyond academics and involves discovering and developing specific interests and talents.

Our educational philosophy is based on an individual approach, which aims to help all students reach their optimum potential. At the core of our approach is caring for students’ mental well-being and developing empathy and mutual respect.

We promote a holistic approach to student development so that respect, caring and courtesy become ideals for students to live out at the same time.

At Livingston High School we promote an international mindset. In a world that is increasingly connected, it is essential to instil in students a global perspective and teach them to succeed in the international market.

Our goal is to raise our students into responsible, globally aware citizens who will be able to comprehensively perceive the cultures of the entire world.

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Livingston Grammar School is an accredited four-year grammar school that follows the Czech Educational Framework strictly and provides a broad and balanced education that opens up all options for students to further their studies in the future. All students have the opportunity to study and obtain a baccalaureate in the Czech language. We emphasize quality teaching of the Czech language and literature along with Czech history and culture; we want our students to be proud of the Czech Republic and strive to contribute to its future.

We recognise the importance of developing a lingua franca and strive to develop students’ English through the CLIL method, taught by teachers who are both experts in their academic subjects and language teachers.


Livingston Grammar School is an accredited Cambridge International School and is authorised to offer Cambridge IGCSE and A-Level examinations.

The Cambridge International Curriculum is used by more than 10,000 schools in over 160 countries, sets a global standard for education and is recognised by universities and employers around the world. Due to the flexible nature of the curriculum, it complements the Czech Framework Curriculum and enables students to acquire a solid foundation of knowledge and skills for the future.

At the end of 2. year students will take exams in:

– English as a second language

– mathematics

– natural sciences (biology, chemistry and physics)

– informatics

– Spanish

and gain an internationally recognised qualification from them.

A grade “5” or above in English can be used in place of the IELTS exam for future applications to universities abroad.

Livingston Gymnasium is an IB Candidate School

Livingston Grammar School is a candidate school* for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. We are seeking authorization as an IB World School. IB World Schools are schools that share a common philosophy – a commitment to high quality, international education that challenges students. At Livingston Grammar School, we believe that this is the kind of education that is important for our students.

At the heart of the IB Diploma Programme is the IB Learner Profile, which we have incorporated into our student profile. The student profile describes a wide range of human abilities and responsibilities that go beyond academic endeavors. It brings upon us a commitment to help all members of our school community learn to respect themselves, others and the world around them.

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The IB Diploma Programme complements the Czech Framework Curriculum and is a programme prepared for the future. It builds students’ inquiring minds, fosters their desire to learn and prepares them to excel in their careers and lead meaningful lives.

To obtain the full diploma, students study courses from 6 academic disciplines.

Group 1 – Study of Language and Literature Czech
Group 2 – Language Acquisition
Group 3 – Man and Society
Group 4 – Natural Sciences
Group 5 – Mathematics
Group 6 – Arts

In addition to the subject groups, students learn the basics of IB, which consists of the following subjects:

Theory of Knowledge – In this course, students reflect on the nature of knowledge and how we know what we claim to know.

Creativity, Activity, Service – in which students perform and engage in activities related to each of the three strands.

The Extended Essay, – which is a self-contained, self-directed research paper that culminates in a 4,000-word paper.

*Only schools with IB approval can offer one of the four academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), the Diploma Programme or the Career-related Programme (CP). Candidate status does not guarantee authorisation. For more information about the IB and its programmes, please visit www.ibo.org.

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