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School is required for children under the age of sixteen, no matter if a student attends a public or a private institution. Both primary and lower secondary education are often completed in the same school building. Student progress is monitored throughout each school year and there are various required tests. At the end of final year, a leaving exam must be completed. Should a student so choose, he or she can then move on to upper secondary schooling, where they can choose a gymnasium program, which is aimed towards students who plan on attending college, or a vocational program, which trains students in a specific trade, balancing both education as well as field training. These last three years of education may not be mandatory, but they are often offered free of charge.

Learning Beyond the Classroom

We understand the importance of learning, no matter if you choose higher education or a specific vocation. This is why we offer you the chance to study your coursework outside of the classroom. FutureSchool’s study resources gives you the ability to review or further your math and English literacy education at home. We also offer an eLearning program should you wish to learn English as a second language.

Online education provides you the unique opportunity to expand your learning beyond the classroom. Try thirty days of free online classes to see how we can help today. Ready to take charge of your education? Start now!

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