Tallinna Arte Gümnaasium

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Tallinn Arte Gymnasium
Tallinna Arte Gümnaasium
Vilde tee 62
Type Public
Established 1981
Principal Sirje Ebral
Grades 1–12
Language Estonian

Tallinna Arte Gümnaasium (Tallinn Arte Gymnasium) is a school, located in the district of Mustamäe, Tallinn, Estonia. As of September 2008, the headmaster is the former headteacher, Sirje Ebral.

Early history[edit]

The school was founded in 1981 as Tallinn Secondary School No. 49 (Tallinna 49. keskkool). It was renamed in 2002. The school had already built an indoor swimming pool, which was also opened in 1981. In 1983, the famous junior football club, "Tallinna Lõvid" (Lions of Tallinn), was founded. Later that year, the school started with its first Mothers-Day concert "Orhidee Emale", which remains an annual tradition of the school. In 1991, the school opened a renovated library.

Later history[edit]

During 2001/2002, the school's bathrooms, gym, pool, library, cafeteria and the main lounge have been renovated.

Famous graduates[edit]


  • 2002 – "Well run school"
  • 2002 – "Best library"
  • 2004 – "Best learning environment"

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 59°24′14″N 24°41′30″E / 59.4038793°N 24.69155791°E / 59.4038793; 24.69155791