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  • Charles Gabriël Cobet (1813 - 1889)
  • Robbert van Hasselt (1839 - 1908)
    Commandeur in de Orde van de Nederlandse Leeuw - 1907 opleiding x-1856 : Gymnasium Zutphen 1856-1861 : Academie Delft, later T.H.~T.U.Delft - diploma : CIVIEL-TECHNIEK loopbaan 1861...
  • Tettje Clasina Jolles (deceased)
    1893 : de eerste vrouwelijke leerling op het gymnasium in Assen
  • Pieter Godfried Maria van Meeuwen (1899 - 1982)
    1960-1972 : Lid Hoge Raad van Adel ‧ 1924-1927 : Advocaat en Procureur 's-Hertogenbosch ‧ 1927-1930 : Substituut-griffier Arrondissementsrechtbank 's-Hertogenbosch ‧ 1930-1...
---2012-nov-07-woe-12:14+GMT-Winter-time---jMVu----BRON: Wikipedia -- please help also wikipedia by expanding the big list at WIKIPEDIA -- here its just documentation to help understand profiles and their 'levensloop' -- Maybe its interesting distinguishing famous Gymnasia in different countries who have educated notable alumni during centuries...

Ανδρα μοι ἐννεπε μυσα πολυτροπον ὁς μαλα πολλα πλαχιετρον ἐπει τροιεϛ ἱερετρον πθολιετρον ἐπερσε

ANDRA moi ennepe, MOUSA, polutropon, hos mala polla plangchthê, epei Trojês hiëron ptoliëthron eperse …

EUROPA ~ Europe~

NEDERLAND~Netherlands~Pays-Bas~Holland

6 yrs · starts at 11-13 · after 8 yrs primary school. Prepares for admission to University. Gymnasia in the Netherlands have compulsory classes in Ancient Greek and Latin · the same high level secondary school without the classical languages is called VWO-or-AtheneumStg. Het Zelfstandig Gymnasium

alumni ~ oud-leerlingen SOCIALITER
  • ** • Frans BEELAERTS van BLOKLAND · politician · • Ferdinand BORDEWIJK · writer ·

• Conrad BUSKEN HUET · writer · • Willem DREES jr. · politician · • Pieter Nicolaas van EYCK · poet-&-philosopher · • Dirk FOCK · politician · • Paul VERHOEVEN · film director · •

oud-docenten:
  • BREDERVELT - van D... rector, vergeten, 'n sul - WESTEROUEN van MEETEREN - SPIEKERMAN - BRANDS -Nederlands, dirigent leerlingen-orkest - van den BRANDHOF - natuur-en scheikunde, ook nog conrector, maar te streng, omdat m'n zus en ik altijd de tram -lijn 3, halte Appelstraat-halte Zoutmanstraat- misten - BEKS, natuurlijk, die krijgt nog elke dag een kaarsje van me in de Sint Jan of op mijn schoorsteen - KNOESTER - geschiedenis na m'n tijd - rest volgt nog wel....
  • Gymnasium ERASMIANUM · Rotterdam · since 1328 · · >notable alumni : •
  • MARNIX Gymnasium · Rotterdam · since 18-- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • STEDELIJK Gymnasium · Schiedam · since 18-- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • STEDELIJK Gymnasium · Haarlem · since 18-- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • Gymnasium FELISENUM · Haarlem · since 18-- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • UTRECHTS STEDELIJK Gymnasium · Utrecht · since 18-- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • Chr. Gymnasium · Utrecht · since 18-- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • Stedelijk Gymnasium · Leiden · since c.1323 · SITE · ·
    • notable alumni: zie project-pagina of internet-documentatie •
  • Johan de Witt-gymnasium · Dordrecht · since 1253 · · >notable alumni: •
  • [ GEMEENTELIJK Gymnasium] · Hilversum · since 18-- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • [ Chr. Gymnasium SORGHVLIET] · 's-Gravenhage · since 18-- · ·

notable alumni: • Jozias van AARTSEN · minister-frontman-VVD · mayor-The-Hague · • Laurens Jan BRINKHORST · minister-secretary of state · • Laurentien BRINKHORST · Princess of the Netherlands · • Bas de GAAY FORTMAN · politician · • Marnix van RIJ · chairman CDA · • Morris TABAKSBLAT · CEO of Unilever · • Paul van VLIET · comedian-&-ambassador Unicef · • Simon van der MEER · physicist-&-1984-Nobelprize winner · • F. Springer~pseud. Carel Jan SCHNEIDER · diplomat-&-writer · • Tomas Ross~pseud. Willem Pieter HOGENDOORN · writer · • Jan PRONK · textwriter-music-/-producer · • Daphne JONGEJANS · olympic diver · • Edwin JONGEJANS · olympic diver · • Jeroen BLOKHUIS · chessplayer · •

  • Gymnasium BEEKVLIET · Sint-Michielsgestel · since 1815 · · >notable alumni: •
  • Gymnasium BERNRODE · Heeswijk-Dinther · since 1--- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • [ Sint WILLIBRORD Gymnasium] · Deurne · since 1--- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • [ Gymnasium TREVIANUM] · Sittard · since 1--- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • [ MARNIX Gymnasium] · waar · since 1--- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • PRAEDINIUS Gymnasium · Groningen · since 1- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • [ Willem LODEWIJK Gymnasium] · Groningen · since 1--- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • [ Chr. Gymnasium BEIJERS NAUDe] · waar · since 1--- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • [ STEDELIJK Gymnasium] · Leeuwarden · since 1--- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: · •
  • [ Gymnasium CELEANUM] · Zwolle · since 1--- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • [ Gymnasium APELDOORN] · Apeldoorn · since 1--- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: · •
  • [ MURMElLIUS Gymnasium] · Alkmaar · since 1--- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • STEDELIJK Gymnasium · Breda · since 1--- · Ⓦ · >notable alumni: •
  • Sint-OELBERT Gymnasium · Oosterhout · since 1--- · Ⓦ · notable alumni: •

OTHER CONTINENTS & OTHER COUNTRIES-to be documentated

~Albanie~ALBANIA~

  • Gjimnaz 3 Years, after 9 years of primary (4) and "medium" (5) education, ends with Matura Shtetërore at the age of 18.

~Argentinie~ARGENTINA~

  • Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires, 6 years; Rafael Hernández National College of La Plata, 5 years (formerly 6 years), after 7 years of primary school; and Gymnasium Universidad Nacional de Tucumán 61 years.

~Oostenrijk~AUSTRIA~

  • 8 years, after 4 years of primary school, or 4 years, after primary school and 4 years of Hauptschule, ends with Matura at the age of 18

~Wit-Rusland~BELARUS~

~Brazilie~BRAZIL~

  • Humboldt Schule -- São Paulo --German-- There are more Gymnasiums in the country and some of them receive recurses from German Government

BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

  • 4 years--starting at age 14/15--after 8 years elementary school--ends with Matura

~BULGARIA~

  • 5 years--after 7 years primary school--Currently graduation after passing at least two Matriculation Examinations

~CANADA~

~COLOMBIA~

  • Gimnasio Campestre --all-male-traditional-&-conservative Pre-K to 11th grade private school located in Bogotá, Colombia

CROATIA/ Hrvatska

4 yrs --starting at 14/15 after 8 yrs elementary school, All students have classes in Latin & English & one or more foreign languages, mostly German-Italian-Spanish- French. Five educational tracks:

  1. opća gimnazija ~ general (grammar) education
  2. klasična gimnazija ~ clasics - focused on Latin & Ancient Greek
  3. jezična gimnazija~focused on modern languages
  4. prirodoslovna gimnazija~ natural sciences - biology and chemistry
  5. prirodoslovno-matematička gimnazija~ emphasis on mathematics, physics & computer science

~CYPRUS~

  • 3 yrs --starts at 12 after 6 yrs Elementary School. Compulsory for all students. Followed by the non-mandatory Lyceum (ages 15–18) for students with academic aspirations or TEL for students who prefer vocational training

~Tjechie~CZECH REPUBLIC~

  • 4 yrs ---starts at 15/16 ---6 yrs starts at 13/14~not usual ---8 yrs starts at 11/12 ---all end with a Maturita

~Denemarken~DENMARK~

  • 3 yrs ---4 yrs for athletes who are part of the Team Danmark elite sports program, or musicians who have chosen MGK ("Musical Elementary Course"))--- usually starting after 10-/-11 years primary school---This is more like a prep school or the first years of college than high school. Everyone is eligible to go to a US high school, but you have to be deemed competent to get into a gymnasium. (For more information, see Gymnasium (Denmark).) Gymnasium is also available in an intensive 2 year program leading to the Højere Forberedelseseksamen "Higher Preparatory Exam"

~Estland~ESTONIA~

  • 3 yrs ---after 9 yrs primary school

~Faroe-eilanden~FAROE ISLANDS~

  • 3 yrs ---usually starts at 9-o-10 yrs primary school. The system is similar to the Danish system. A gymnasium level education is also available in an intensive 2 year programme leading to Hægri fyrireikingarpróvtøka~"Higher Preparatory Exam"

~Finland~FINLAND~

  • lukio -educational language Finnish- -or- gymnasium -educational language Swedish- 2.5–4 yrs - most students 3 yrs - after 9 yrs primary school - starts usually at 15/16. Abitur after passing Matriculation Examination; not compulsory, entrance is competitive.

~Frankrijk~FRANCE~Frankreich~

~Duitsland~Allemagne~DEUTSCHLAND~Germany~

  • formerly 8–9 yrs -- depends on the Bundesland - now changing to 8 yrs nationwide --starts at 5th-age 11 ---Abitur in 12th-/-13th grade

~GREECE~Griekenland~

  • 3 yrs ---starts at 12 ---after 6 yrs Elementary School. Compulsory for all children, it is followed by the non-mandatory Lyceum (ages 15–18) for students with academic aspirations, or the Technical Vocational Educational School (TEL) for students who prefer vocational training.

~HUNGARY~Hongarije~

  • 4/6/8 yrs ---starts after 8/6/4 yrs primary school ---ends with Matura

~ICELAND~IJsland~

  • usually 4 yrs ---starts at 15/16 ---after 10 yrs elementary school ---though 3 yrs can be chosen. Students at Menntaskólinn Hraðbraut finish school in 2 yrs

~ISRAEL~

  • 5x "gymnasium-"schools in Tel Aviv ---Rishon ---LeZion ---Jerusalem ---Haifa

~Italie~ITALIA~Italy~

  • ginnasio is the name of the two first years of Liceo Classico

~Kosovo~KOSOVO~

  • 3 yrs ---after 9 yrs primary school

~LATVIA~

  • 3 yrs ---after 9 yrs primary school

~LIECHTENSTEIN~

  • ends with Matura

~Letland~LITHUANIA~L~

  • 4 yrs ---after 4 yrs primary school & 4 yrs secondary school

~LUXEMBOURG~Luxemburg~

  • usually 7 yrs ---starts at 12-13 ---after 6 yrs primary school

~Republic of MACEDONIA~

  • 4 yrs ---starts at 14 ---after 8 yrs elementary school ---ends with Matura

~MONTENEGRO~

  • 4 yrs ---starts at 14/15 ---after 8 yrs elementary school ---3 yrs for those who went in the elementary for 9 years, ends with Matura

~Noorwegen~NORWAY~

  • the traditional but now discontinued gymnasium led to the completion of examen artium. This has now been succeeded by a 2, 3, or 4 year program ("videregående skole"), depending on course path taken, starting at the age of 15/16, culminating with an exam that qualifies for university matriculation ("studiekompetanse")

~Polen~POLAND~

  • gimnazjum is the name of Polish compulsory middle school lasting 3 years, starting at the age of 12/13, and following 6 years of primary school. Gimnazjum ends with a standardized test. Further education is encouraged, but optional and consists of either 3 years liceum, 4 years technikum, or 2 to 3 years vocational school (which may be followed by a supplementary liceum or technikum).

~Roemenie~ROMANIA~

  • 4 years, starting at age 10 ends with Diploma de Capacitate at the age of 14. Primary education lasts for four years. Secondary education consists in: 1) lower secondary school education organized in Gymnasium for grades 5 to 8 and lower cycle of Highschool or Arts and trades schools (vocational) for grades 9 and 10. 2) upper secondary school education organized in Ciclul superior al liceului for grades 11, 12 and 13 followed, if necessary, by an additional high school year for those who want to move from vocational training (grade 10) to upper secondary school education. High school education (lower cycle of high school and upper secondary school education) offers three different orientations (academic, technological, specialization).

~Rusland~RUSSIA~

  • Imperial Russia: since 1726 ---8 yrs since 1871 ---Women gymnasiums since 1862 ---7 yrs+optional 8th for specialisation Pedagogy. Progymnasiums: equivalent to 4 first years of gymnasium. Russian Federation: 6-o-7 yrs ---after primary school Nowadays Russian Gymnasiums specialize in subjects, for example in the humanities

~Servie~SERBIA~

  • 4 yrs ---starts at 14/15 ---after 8 yrs elementary-/-primary school. ---3 types: 1.General gymnasium~општа гимназија --offers broad education in either 2.Natural~природно-математички смер ---3.Social studies~друштвени смер --available all over Serbia, and a few specialised ones, i.e. science and mathematics~природно-математичка гимназија --only one in all of Serbia, in Belgrade; sports (спортска гиманзија) -- just two in Serbia; and language gymnasiums (филолошка гимназија) -- a total of four in Serbia. In the end, everyone has a final exam - Matura. A technical high school (including business/admin. assistant, i.e. економска школа), or a musical high school is a prerequisite for enrolement into a university. English and another foreign language (in addition to the mother tongue, and in case of minorities also Serbian, of course) are compulsory throughout.

~SLOVAKIA~

  • 4 yrs starts at 14/15 ---after completing elementary school ---8 yrs starts at 9/10 ---after completing 4–5 years elementary school ---both end with a Maturita

~SLOVENIA~

  • 4 yrs ---starts at 14/15 ---ends with Matura

~Zuid-Afrika~SOUTH AFRICA~

  • Paul Roos Gymnasium is a well known Gymnasium for boys in the town called Stellenbosch. The school is a boarding school, based on the classic British boarding schools, however it was more influenced by the Protestant faith, hence the German Gymnasium. Foreign languages such as French,German,Mandarin and Latin are studied, Afrikaans and English are compulsory. School in South Africa: 5 years, starting at age 13/14, at a secondary institution, after 7 years of primary school, ends with Matric).

~Zweden~SWEDEN~

  • 3 yrs ---starts at 15/16 --also less commonly 17-18-o-19 ---after 9 yrs primary school

~Zwitserland~SWITZERLAND-

  • usually 3–4 yrs ---after 9 yrs compulsory schooling~primary & secondary I ---in some cantons it is possible to attend a "Langzeit-gymnasium" which lasts 6 yrs ---following a six-year primary schooling ---the Gymnasium ends with Matura at 18/19

~UKRAINE~

  • 8 yrs ---starts after 4 yrs primary school

~Engeland~UNITED KINGDOM~

  • Historically, grammar schools have been the English equivalent of the gymnasium, selecting pupils on the basis of academic ability and educating them with the assumption that they would go on to study at a university; such schools were largely phased out under the Wilson and Heath governments, with less than 5% of pupils now attending grammar schools, and the UK now has no widespread equivalent of the gymnasium. The exception is Northern Ireland and parts of England including the counties of Buckinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Kent which retained the system. Many private, fee-paying independent schools, including all those commonly referred to as "public" schools, fulfil a similar role to the state grammar school (and thus to the gymnasium in other countries).

~Verenigde Staten van Amerik~United STATES of America~

  • Public school: As school districts continue to experiment with educational styles, the magnet school has become a popular type of high school. Boston Latin School and Central High School (Philadelphia) are both the oldest public schools in the country, and the oldest magnet schools. As the concept has not become entrenched in the various American educational systems, due partly to the federal, rather than unitary style of education in the US, the term may vary among states.

Private school: The equivalent among private schools is the preparatory school