Nova Gorica Grammar School

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Nova Gorica Grammar School
Gimnazija Nova Gorica
Address
Delpinova 9
Nova Gorica, Slovenia
Coordinates 45°57′25″N 13°38′44″E / 45.95694°N 13.64556°E / 45.95694; 13.64556Coordinates: 45°57′25″N 13°38′44″E / 45.95694°N 13.64556°E / 45.95694; 13.64556
Information
Type general gymnasium, classical gymnasium, artistic gymnasium
Established 1947
Head of school Bojan Bratina
Age range 15-19
Website

Nova Gorica Grammar School (Slovene: Gimnazija Nova Gorica) is a coeducational nondenominational state secondary general education school for students aged between 15 to 19. It is located in Nova Gorica, Slovenia. It is considered among the best secondary schools in Slovenia. Many notable personalities attended the schools, including two Prime Ministers of Slovenia.

History[edit]

It was established after the annexation of the Slovenian Littoral to the Yugoslavia in September 1947. It was initially located in the nearby town of Šempeter. In 1952, it was transferred to a suburb of the town of Nova Gorica, and in 1960 to the current location in the very centre of the town.

Prominent alumni[edit]

Many prominent people have attended the Nova Gorica Grammar School since its founding. Among them were: