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Czech Republic: “Education with added value”, three new catholic schools open their gates for academic year 2016/17

(Bratislava) – Moravske Budejovice, Pilsen and Prostejov are the towns in the Czech Republic where three new schools established by the Catholic Church have opened their gates to pupils and students for a new academic year. Several dozens of them now have the opportunity to find basic and secondary education with “added value” as Christian principles are integrated into the educational process. The school in Moravske Budejovice has been founded close to a facility for senior care, offering an “experience of inter-generational dialogue and enrichment, with an emphasis on the element of solidarity”. “Apart from quality education, we offer a warm atmosphere of family school and education with an emphasis on the personal and spiritual growth of our pupils; indeed, we teach subjects like Christian ethics, the basics of Christianity, religious studies, and organize monthly Days of meditation and spirituality”, explain teachers from the Catholic school in Pilsen. According to statistical data, there are around 100 Catholic schools and educational facilities in the Czech Republic attended by over 15,000 pupils and students. They range from kindergartens to basic and secondary schools and universities. Apart from this, religious education is taught as non-compulsory subject in all public schools in the country and is chosen by over 40,000 pupils and students.

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