Ukrainian Humanities Lyceum

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Ukrainian Humanitarian Lyceum
Ukrainian Humanitarian Lyceum Logo, Feb 2014.png
Type Government
Established 1991
Affiliation Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
President Sazonenko Galina Stefanovna
Students 325
Location Kyiv, Ukraine

Ukrainian Humanities Lyceum (UHL) – high school educational institution in the Pechersk district of the city Kyiv. Founded in 1991 year. Ukrainian Humanitarian Lyceum is a subdivision of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.[1] Admission is done on a competitive basis. Profile areas of training: philological, historical, economic and law.


1991 — year of foundation;
1994 — reorganization of the Lyceum in subdivisions of Kyiv Taras Shevchenko University;
2000 – to the three main fields of study added another – philosophical;
2007–2013 — first in Ukraine by results of External independent testing.[2][3][4]

Material and technical base[edit]

  • 21 classrooms equipped with modern technical facilities;
  • 2 PC audience, 10 multimedia systems;
  • Dance and fitness facilities, tennis court;
  • Library, equipped with modern literature
  • Center "Health" ( methodical study, juice bar, lounge psychological relief, mechanical massage);
  • Cafeteria;
  • Historical and Arts Center, which includes an art gallery of contemporary Ukrainian art, awarded a diploma "Model Museum" Museum "Cultural Heritage of Ukraine", Museum of the History of the Lyceum;
  • Methodical room, assembly hall, winter garden.

Famous graduates[edit]

Among the graduates of the Lyceum of different years, many influential Ukrainian journalists, including Lidia Taran, Maxim Drabok, Natalie Fitsych, Alex Ananov, Tatiana Chur, Alex Berdnick, Godovanets Olga, Natalia Ivchenko ( Turchak ), Anna Berezetska, Bogdan Nasal, Natalia Nedilko, Maxim Butkevych, politicians and diplomats Yuriy Pavlenko, Alexander Kravchenko, Lesya Orobets.

Graduates is a popular singer Kate Chile, director and actor Philip Illyenko, stsenarystka Natalie Kononchuk, lawyer of European Court of Human Rights Olga Dmitrenco .


  • Diploma of the Ministry of Science and Science of Ukraine, 1995.
  • Diploma of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, 2000.
  • The letter of the President of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma in 2001.
  • Diploma in International Open Rating of Popularity and Quality "Golden Fortune" of the Order "For development of Ukraine" named Hrushevsky fourth degree, 2001.
  • Order of Saint Vladimir second degree, 2001.
  • Diploma of the National Commission of Ukraine for UNESCO, 2001.
  • Congratulations to the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, 2006.
  • Diploma of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine, 2006.
  • Honorary title of "Leader of Modern Education", 2007, 2009, 2010.


Asteroid 318794 Ugliya discovered in 2005 by Andrushivka Astronomical Observatory, named after the Lyceum.[5][6]