PIATRA-NEAMT AND ROMANIA

“Calistrat Hogaș” National College

Our highschool was founded in 1910. Originally an all-girls school, now there are over 840 secondary and highschool students. The school owns 6 labs (Chemistry, Physics, Biology and ICT) fitted with the best equipment. The field of study focuses on Programming, Chemistry, Mathematics, PE, advanced English, Social Sciences. We are a European School, certified with ECDL and  a Cambridge preparation and exam centre.

“Calistrat Hogas” National College was the only Romanian school to be awarded the “Jan Amos Comenius” prize  on Europe Day, in 2019. 

Opened:

1911

Students:

845

Teachers:

59

Opportunities after school:

 IT and Computer Science

Automation and Computers

Architecture

Medicine

Human Rights

Philology

Social Sciences

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MEET PIATRA-NEAMT

Piatra-Neamt is located in the North-Eastern part of Moldova, in a mountainous region, where you can find a great number of monasteries dating back to the Middle Ages.

 It is widely known for the beauty of Ceahlau Mount, the Izvorul Muntelui Sanctuary and the impressive Bicaz Gorge, the fortress of Neamt, as well as the Vanatori Neamt Sanctuary where Europe’s last bisons live in freedom.

First documented:

31.08.1431

Area:

77,4 km2

Population:

85.055

Famous for:

Stephan the Great’s Tower

Monasteries

The ruins of royal basements

The Bell Tower

John the Baptist Church

SAY HI TO ROMANIA

Romania has 8 Unesco monuments , the most important being the painted churches of northern Moldova such as Voronet (the famous Voronet blue).There comes a time when every seasoned traveler likes to be surprised. With a mixture of unique history, spectacular nature, charming medieval cities and castles and surprising architecture, Romania is absolutely worth a visit. Here are our 12 reasons why you should make this beautiful country your next destination.  Due to its varied landscape, Romania is the most bio-geographically diverse country in the European Union. With snow-capped mountains, green hills covered in forests and vineyards, sandy Black Sea beaches and Europe’s largest and best-preserved delta, Romania has something for everyone.

Formed in:

1859

Area:

238.397 km2

Population:

20.121.641

Official language:

Romanian

Famous for:

Dracula

the Bukovina and Northern Moldova Monasteries

The Danube River

Nadia Comaneci

Ilie Nastase

Ion Tiriac

Gica Hagi

Croatia

Romania

Spain

Turkey