Simferopol gymnasium №1
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|1st Simferopol Gymnasium|
School building from 1841
|32 Karl Marx Street
Simferopol Crimea 95006
|School type||Public, Gymnasium|
|Established||1 September 1812|
The 1st Gymnasium (Simferopol) or officially Konstantin Ushinsky Gymnasium No.1 of Simferopol municipality Autonomous Republic of Crimea (Ukrainian: Гімназія №1 ім. Ушинського Сімферопольської міської ради Автономної Республіки Крим) located in Simferopol, Crimea, was founded in 1812.
Taurida, later renamed the Simferopol gymnasium for boys, was founded in the autumn of 1812 during the reign of Czar Alexander I. Its opening was dictated by the need for middle school children, who had finished lower school courses, to continue their education and prepare for higher education.
During its first year, under the direction of Fedor Petrovich Zаstavski, only 17 pupils attended the gymnasium. However, by 1835 the number rose to about 477.
Events of the Crimean war (1853–1856) had an influence on the life of the gymnasium, and several unoccupied buildings were used as a hospital.
In 1991 the school became a gymnasium again. Its curriculum was enriched with such subjects as the history of world art, foreign literature, logics. Beginning in the first form, pupils are required study a foreign language – either English, French, or German; they also study Ukrainian language. From the 5 form a second foreign language is introduced.
A museum was opened in the gymnasium in 1968 and was awarded an exemplary status in 2004.
Currently, the school is situated in two buildings: the old one, that was built in late 1830s, and the new one.
Gymnasium has a so-called first-level school (primary education), general school of secondary level and gymnasium school, which are attended by about 800 pupils (5–11 classes) of its 1187 pupils.
- Igor Kurchatov, physicist; leader of the Soviet atomic bomb project; recipient of the Order of Lenin; member of the Russian Academy of Sciences
- Ivan Aivazovsky, famous Russian painter
- Nikolay Arendt, doctor of medicine; founder of the Russian aeronautics theory and designer of the first glider in Russian Empire
- Ismail Gasprinskiy, Crimean intellectual, educator, publisher and politician
- Henry Graftio, engineer; constructor of the first trams lines in Saint Petersburg; constructor of hydroelectric power stations (Volhovskaya and Nizhne-Svirskaya)
- Sergey Karjakin, the youngest chess grandmaster in history
- Adolf Ioffe, Soviet diplomat
- Evgeny Wolf, doctor of biology, traveller, professor of Tauricus National University
- Nikolay Derzhavin, philologist, member of Russian Academy of Sciences
- Alexander Mikhailov,[disambiguation needed] hero of the Soviet Union, recipient of the Order of Lenin for bravery
- Nikolay Papaleksy, physicist, member of Russian Academy of Sciences
- Alexander Lappo-Danilevsky, historian, member of Russian Academy of Sciences
- Mikhail Chulaki, composer, director of the Bolshoi theatre
- Alexander Spendiarov, composer and conductor
- Dmitri Mendeleev, chemist, creator of the periodic table of elements
- Ilya Derkachiv, pedagogue and writer, author of the first Ukrainian language textbook and ABC book
- Ilya Kazas, Crimean educator and poet
- Aleksey Markevich, historian, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences
- Mitrofan Kolosov, philologist, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences
- This place is located on the Crimean Peninsula, most of which is the subject of a territorial dispute between Russia and Ukraine. According to the political division of Russia, there are federal subjects of the Russian Federation (the Republic of Crimea and the federal city of Sevastopol) located on the peninsula. According to the administrative-territorial division of Ukraine, there are the Ukrainian divisions (the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city with special status of Sevastopol) located on the peninsula.
- "Крымский блог". Симферопольская гимназия №1 — старейшее учебное заведение Крыма. (in Russian). Retrieved 2011-05-06.