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School names

Zemská vyšší reálka 1899 – 1929
Zemské reformní reálné gymnázium 1929 – 1938
Státní reformní reálné gymnázium 1939 – 1941
Teálné gymnázium 1941 – 1945
Státní reálné gymnázium 1945 – 1948
Reálné gymnázium 1948 – 1949
Gymnázium 1949 – 1953
Jedenáctiletá střední škola 1953 – 1960
Střední všeobecně vzdělávací škola 1961 – 1969
Gymnázium 1969 – 2006
Gymnázium Velké Meziříčí 2006 – present

School directors

Reditel Horvat Zikmund

Horváth Zikmund 1899 – 1909
Jordánek Vincenc 1909 – 1929
Cvetler František 1929 – 1940
Štěpánek František 1940 – 1948
Kučera Cyril 1948 – 1951
Ptáček Bohumil 1951 – 1953
Žďárský Vladimír 1953 – 1979
Porazil Zdeněk, Mgr. 1979 – 1994
Pavlík Jaromír, Mgr. 1994 – 1997
Komárková Dana, PhDr. 1997
Trojánek Aleš, RNDr., PhD. 1997 – present

History of School

G 01The townsmen of Velké Meziříčí were trying to found a secondary school since 1848. In 1899 the school was established under the name Vyšší zemská reálka; the first students, 82 boys, attended in 1901. Initially the technical subjects prevailed due to the need of technically educated people in the mostly agricultural region.

During the school's history the proportion of technical and humanity subjects has changed considerably and so has the name of the school. Since 1990 the grammar school has had two study cycles, i.e. a four-year and an eight-year programme.

For more than 100 years students have been actively engaged in many after-school activities including theatre performances, school choir, students‘ orchestra, sports activities, competitions, art exhibitions and many others.

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