Student council

Each class is divided into several smaller groups at the beginning of the year. These groups, circles, as we call them, choose their captain on the introductory trip, who then sits on the student council. The elected representatives then vote on the place of the chairman and vice-chairman of the board. He can select his secretary, who is in charge of the notation of the meetings, and the trustee of the cash register. The student council meets every week for one of the breaks and, in addition to the permanent agenda, such as the evaluation of the dispatcher of the week or the planning of student project days, discusses the proposals that the representatives collect from the members of their circles. The council meetings take place even on school trips, where they evaluate the course of the trip. Students can also discuss their opinions, requests, and comments with the teachers themselves, who have a very open relationship with the pupils.