Vilnius Jesuit High School

One of the 191 (2020) Jesuit schools in Europe.

  • One of the oldest gymnasium schools in Lithuania – Collegium Vilnense Societati Jesu – established in 1570; reopened in 1995.
  • Main activity – Secondary education.
  • Founder – the Lithuanian and Latvian Jesuit Province.
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Gymnasium education is based on Roman Catholic Church teachings, principles of Jesuit education and Ignatian Pedagogy Paradigm and their practical application, complying with the Lithuanian education principles of democracy and humanism. The Jesuit educational institution adhere to the laws and Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania.

Gymnasium provides education according to adapted General Education programs of Lithuania, and educational programs, written by Vilnius Jesuit High School institution, approved by the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport. The programs provide opportunities to acquire National Education Standarts and general skills, needed to be good citizens of the modern society.

Vilnius Jesuit High School provides primary and secondary education, extracurricular activities.

Vilnius Jesuit High School – a Catholic school guided by religion and Jesuit core values, a welcoming educational institution.

Vision

  • A community that is constantly learning, growing, developing, striving for unity with God and others, who are active believers, promoting self-development, fostering religion, science and culture dialogue in an advancing society.
  • Modern, open for innovations educational institution, with a structured educational process, providing quality curricular and extracurricular activities.

Mission

  • To educate students, devoted to the well-being of society, who are eager to be learning all their lives, and who are active promoters of science, religion and culture.
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Strategic priorities

  • Quality holistic education
  • Financial stability

Strategic goals

  • To ensure the high quality of education
  • To develop a continuous spiritual and moral upbringing system
  • To create a stable financial security system