Serbian Kindergarten, Primary School, High School and Students' Home

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Coordinates: 47°30′05″N 19°04′36″E / 47.501461°N 19.076717°E / 47.501461; 19.076717

Serbian Kindergarten, Primary School, High School and Students' Home
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Location
Rózsák tere 6-7
Budapest, 1074
 Hungary
Information
Type Public school[1]
Established 1948
Principal Jovanka Lastić[2]
Grades 112
Gender co-educational
Language Hungarian, Serbian
Hours in school day 8 averagely (varies from 7 to 9, 45-minute lectures)
Campus Urban
Colour(s) Red, Blue and White
              
Accreditation Ministry of Education of Hungary
Song Hymn to Saint Sava
Website

Serbian school 'Nikola Tesla' Budapest (Hungarian: Szerb Tanítási Nyelvű Óvoda, Általános Iskola Diákotthon, és Gimnázium; Serbian: Српско забавиште, основна школа, ђачки дом и гимназија) is an educational institution located in Budapest, Hungary. It was begun as a school for all South Slavic nations in 1948. The school began its work in Pécs, but was soon out of political reasons, moved to Budapest. School was subsequently replaced by the name South Slavic into Serbian and Croatian. In 1993, because of the war in former Yugoslavia, the school expelled part Croatian from name. Оn 25 November 2012, Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić visited the school.[3]

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