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Letovo School —
Education of gifted
and motivated students
of 7-11th forms from all over Russia
Application entries are available
Admission for students of 5-6th classes for the 2018/19 academic year is announced
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Key advantages of letovo school

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Unique learning model

We provide in-depth knowledge and disclose every student’s academic potential and, what’s more, we give an opportunity of obtaining an international diploma. Teaching all subjects is implemented in Russian and English.
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Entering best Russian and world
higher education institutions

Ученики регулярно получают персональные консультации по выбору траектории обучения согласно интересам и целям подготовки к поступлению. Возможность получить международный диплом позволяет выпускникам продолжить обучение в лучшем вузе мира по выбранной специальности.
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Rich full-time
programme

Жизнь в школе увлекает каждого. Все ученики проходят программу развития по направлениям лидерство, спорт, творчество и изобретательство, социальная ответственность, наука и познание.
Каждый день ученика ожидает что-то новое: спецкурсы, кружки, лекции приглашённых экспертов, культурные и социальные проекты, стажировки, студенческие сообщества. И всё это — в компании самых умных и разносторонних сверстников со всей страны и талантливых учителей.
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Modern campus

«Летово» — это школа-город, где есть всё для обучения, исследований, творчества и активного образа жизни. В распоряжении учеников 9 спортивных залов, 9 современных лабораторий, 5 творческих мастерских, театр и огромная библиотека. Территория кампуса — это не только комплекс самых передовых зданий, стадион, парк, но ещё и 40 гектаров леса и река.
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Opportunity for
free education

Гарантированная финансовая поддержка из стипендиального фонда школы для каждого поступившего ученика при полном или частичном отсутствии возможности оплатить обучение. Размер стипендиального фонда составляет 120 млн долларов. Это гарантирует, что все поступившие смогут позволить себе обучение в школе «Летово».

Our team

Mikhail Gennadievich
Mokrinskiy

Principal
Mikhail Gennadievich Mokrinskiy is the principal at Letovo School, a member of managing committee of the programme ‘Teacher for Russia’ and an acclaimed expert in the field of education. Since its foundation, Mikhail Mokrinskiy directed Moscow Lyceum 1535 and guided it to leading positions in Russia’s best schools rating. Later Mikhail Mokrinskiy headed Moscow Central district management of education, participating in a number of educational projects and reforms both at regional and federal level.

Madlena L’vovna
Shaginyan

Vice principal in academic studies
Madlena L’vovna Shaginyan is an internationally-acclaimed speclist in the area of education and teacher training with 17-year work experience. She is a trainer and member of the expert committee of International Baccalaureate programmes in Europe and Asia. At Letovo School Madlena Shaginyan is in charge of implementing the best practices and methods of the professional development for school teachers. Madlena Shaginyan has the awards of the Europeann Council of International Schools and the award of the Ministry of education of Russia.

Larisa Anatolievna
Korabelshikova

International Baccalaureate programme co-ordinator
Larisa Korabelshikova is a specialist in methodology and studies. She has various experience in co-ordinating studies in best Russian schools (including Lyceum of National Research University Higher School of Economics and Moscow School 45), consulting and international expert examination. She is responsible for the organisation and development of educational process at the intersection of Russian educational standards and International Baccalaureate – the programme aimed at all-round education of students.

Dmitry Emmanuilovich
Schnoll’

Mathematics Teacher
Dmitry Emmanuilovich Schnoll’ is a teacher, author and manager of programmes of working with talented children. He has been teaching Algebra and Geometry since 1990. Before coming to Letovo School he created and led the Mathematics department in the ‘Intellectual’ School (Moscow) and worked as a methodologist in the Moscow Centre of pedagogical proficiency. Besides his speciality in teaching Mathematics, he also has philological education. Dmitry Schnoll’ is a member of the Committee for preparing tasks for All-Russian olympiads in Mathematics.

Alexey Andreevich
Belov

Physics teacher
Alexey Belov is the laureate of several professional contests for Physics andMathematics teachers. Many times his students became winners of international contests. Alexey Belov worked at the lyceum ‘Second School’ (Moscow) and the New Humanitarian School (Moscow).

Alina Pavlovna
Korbut

Biology teacher
Alina Pavlovna Korbut is a teacher and scientist, a specialist in molecular biology and genetics. She worked at the ‘Intellectual’ School (Moscow), what is more, she has been reading her own unique course within the Foxford programme. Many times her students became winners in the olympiads in Biology. Supporting an interdisciplinary approach, Alina Korbut considers usual subject boundaries mere conventions.

Konstantin Vladimirovich
Levushkin

History teacher
Konstantin Levushkin is an expert in History, methodologist of the Arzamas online-academy and multiple winner of professional contests for teachers. He worked as a teacher of History and Social Studies at School No1283 (Moscow), European Gymnasium School (Moscow) and Lyceum of National Research University Higher School of Economics. Konstantin Levushkin thinks that instead of memorising historical dates at school, it is more useful to focus on epochs on the whole and thoughtfully analyse historical facts.

Vladimir Mikhailovich
Gurovits

Informational Technologies teacher
Vladimir Gurovits is the author of unique courses for talented children, coordinator, materials developer and juror of Olympiads in programming. He taught at School No2007 (Moscow). Vladimir Gurovits is sure that within school education Informatics should be inseparably linked with all disciplines including humanities.

Frances
Newbery

Physics teacher
Frances Newbery is a Physics teacher and methodologist from Great Britain, specialist in underwater optics and acoustics. Frances developed programmes and trained teachers in the project ‘Nazarbayev Intellectual schools’, taught in Moscow and Kiev branches of the British International School.

Grigoriy Aleksandrovich
Saminskiy

Geography teacher
Grigoriy Saminskiy is a Geography teacher, PhD in Geographic Sciences. He worked at School No57 (Moscow) for six years. Grigoriy Saminskiy has an experience of working in commercial startups, connected with the management of team work and complex staff communication.

Irina Antoniovna
Lyamsheva

English teacher
Irina Lyamsheva is an English teacher, specialising in international education. Over the past 20 years she has been taking an active part in mastering the International Baccalaureate programme in Russia. Irina Antoniovna Lyamsheva is a participant of international conferences and symposiums and a teacher of highest category.

Vasiliy Vladimirovich
Gorbachev

English teacher
Vasiliy Gorbachev is a teacher, methodologist, examiner and author of textbooks including English for Academics. Books 1 & 2 (Cambridge University Press and British Council), a PhD in Pedagogic Sciences. Before coming to Letovo School he headed the system of language assistance of students of bachelor programmes at the British Higher School of Art and Design. At different times Vasiliy Gorbachev studied in the USA, Great Britain and Ireland.
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Madlena L’vovna
Shaginyan
Vice principal in academic studies
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Larisa Anatolievna
Korabelshikova
International Baccalaureate programme co-ordinator
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Dmitry Emmanuilovich
Schnoll’
Mathematics Teacher
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Alexey Andreevich
Belov
Physics teacher
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Alina Pavlovna
Korbut
Biology teacher
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Konstantin Vladimirovich
Levushkin
History teacher
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Vladimir Mikhailovich
Gurovits
Informational Technologies teacher
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Frances
Newbery
Physics teacher
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Grigoriy Aleksandrovich
Saminskiy
Geography teacher
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Irina Antoniovna
Lyamsheva
English teacher
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Vasiliy Vladimirovich
Gorbachev
English teacher
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Mikhail Gennadievich
Mokrinskiy
Principal
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Our team
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Letovo school learning model

Flexible and intensive educational programme includes three strategies: knowledge, skills and personality development.
We have united pedagogical methods of Russian experimental schools, Finnish experience in organising educational space, developing of boarding school culture after the example of English colleges and Syngaporean perfectionism in achieving educational goals.Learning programme
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Subject areas

We offer options in all subject areas: from standard to advanced level as well as a large number of specialised courses including interdisciplinary and hyper-objective, e.g. theory of knowledge course
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Key skills

Each student of Letovo School acquires a set of lifelong skills and competences: critical thinking, co-operation, communication and creativity
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Infinite number of extracurricular classes

Students choose extracurricular classes, organize school clubs activity, do sports, arts and invention, and participate in developmental intensive courses by visiting experts

About our campus

Letovo School is the city within the city

Built on an area of 14 hectares, our campus is situated between metro stations Salaryevo and Buninskaya Alleya. The campus includes a school building, a boarding school, sports grounds, areas for recreation and extracurricular classes, houses for teachers. The school building is the centre of attraction where school life is thriving. From science labs to design studios, from band rooms and a library to a winter garden — the space is set with a goal to arouse an interest in education and a willing to learn. The boarding school is a comfortable and safe place where children feel themselves at home. There are 10 houses for students on the campus territory. Up to 60 boys or girls of different ages live in each of these houses.
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