International Baccalaureate (IB)
The PRIGO Medical and Science Grammar School will provide its students with the possibility to take the International Baccalaureate ((simultaneously with their Czech study programme) as a part of a two-year study programme taught in the English language (IB DP).
International Baccalaureate (IB) is necessary for studying at prestigious foreign universities. If the appropriate structure for the International Baccalaureate is chosen and a corresponding score is achieved, the result will likely lead to admission to the best universities in the world, including the TOP 10. The students of our Grammar School who start their studies in the 2021/2022 school year will be able to apply for this prestigious programme in the last two years of their studies, consistently preparing themselves for the International Baccalaureate during that period at our affiiliated Language and Humanities Grammar School. Furthermore, they will be able to choose whether to pass the Czech school-leaving exam and the International Baccalaureate or only one of them. More detailed information can be found here.
Discover how it looks like at our Grammar School below:
PRIGO – Grammar schools and high school – On-line Open Day
PRIGO Video Guide – Grammar School from the perspective of our students
PRIGO Video Guide – Information sources from the perspective of teachers
A virtual tour of the school
The Grammar School has been involved in the DofE project since 2017 (https://www.dofe.cz/en/) – The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award. The programme’s goal is to support young people aged 14–24 in their comprehensive development of skills and abilities through long-term and regular activities in four interrelated areas: talent development, sports, volunteering and adventure expeditions at three levels. Upon the programme’s completion, the participants can receive an internationally recognised DofE certificate, which can help them with the admission or preparation for studying at prestigious foreign universities. You can find out more about the DofE project here.