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The school

The high school’s history dates back almost 400 years ago, when the Saint Sava old monastery, in the University Square, Bucharest, became Romania’ s first higher-education institution. Today they are proud to hold the first position regarding the students’ admission in the national ranking for the 7th year in a row. There are 65 distinguished teachers, who educate up to 1000 students, organized in 34 classes, the majority of which are Mathematics-IT. There are also classes of humanistic studies and natural science. The students are dedicated and highly motivated to succeed in life and thus they are willing to participate in many national and international contests in all school subjects. In 2022, 180 students qualified and got prizes at the National Olympiads and Contests and 27 students received distinctions and prizes at International level in Chemistry, Geography, Philosophy, Biology, Latin, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Linguistic, Space Settlement Design Contest and 23rd Annual HolocaustArt & Writing Contest

Performing arts at school

The curriculum includes one hour per week Art class: Musical Education and Visual Education only for the first two years of high school. The school supplements the students need for artististic development with the different clubs (SavArt, Drama Club Thalia, Debate Club, School Choir) and many extracurricular activities ( participation in Sorento International Francophone Theatre Festival, Italy, Thematic Exibitions, volunteering activities, Christmas and Easter shows, GeoQuiz, etc.)


As the world is constantly changes, schools need to keep up with students needs and interests to develop harmoniously, not only from an academic point of view, but from a holistic perpective of education. It is the teachers’ duty  to support children in developing transversal competencies such as citizenship, collaboration, multilingualism, digital technology and the common values of freedom, tolerance and non-discrimination through education in an innovative learning experience in the form of a cultural product.

The students involved

The students involved in the project are between 15-17 years old, in the 9th (most of them), 10th (five students) and 11th grade (one student). They are passionate about drama and theatre, history and literature. They have good communication skills and have a good command of English.

This project seemed quite challenging from the very beginning, it helped me develop my research skills and trying to write the play script was proof of my passion for writing.
11th grade
As coordinator of the theatre club ”Thalia”, the experience of the casting competition for the roles of Mary, The Queen and the other characters helped me realize that I want to pursue a career in this domain. I love working with my colleagues, know them better and assign the perfect role for each.
10th grade

The School Team in PERFECT

Ana Stoica, project manager and teacher of English

Silvia Fulas, teacher of Religion and the History of Religion

Nicoleta Stoica, teacher of English

Catalina Tecuceanu, teacher of English

This Erasmus project was really important for our school as it was the first of this type (cooperation between schools and other institutions) which improved our local visibility and motivated students and teachers alike to get involved and do research and establish connections between teachers, cultures and history.
A teacher working on the project
PERFECT gave us the opportunity to develop new skills and competences related to multiculturalism, human relationships and transnational cooperation. The project seems the perfect opportunity to support creative learning, creative writing and art exploration with our children.
A teacher working on the project

This project has been funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. Convention No. 2021-1-IT02-KA220-SCH-000027801.