Results of Olympiads and Independent Tests

One of the focus areas at "Letovo" is the pedagogical, psychological and organizational support for children participating in various academic competitions.

Members of the teaching staff at “Letovo” are authors of popular courses, articles and books, and they are involved in academic competitions as organizers, task drafters, examiners and of course, tutors.

Our students have already been successful at winning competitions at all levels, including at international level.

Победы на олимпиадах

International achievements of Letovo students during the academic year 2018-2019:

  • IJSO (International Junior Science Olympiad) - Gold Medal.
  • IEPhO (International Experimental Physics Olympiad) - 3 silver, 4 bronze medals.
  • X International Informatics Tournament - silver and gold.
  • 40th International Mathematics Tournament of the Towns - 29 diplomas, 12 awards.
  • V Iranian Geometry Olympiad - III degree diploma.

PSAT Evaluation Results

PSAT is held in high school and helps determine a student’s readiness for SAT*. This is an exam in English in two subjects: reading (comprehension and analysis) and mathematics. Maximum score for two exams is 1,440. In April 2019, 97 students of grades 8 and 9 sat the exam. The median result at Letovo is 1,100 points, which is superior to 90 % of PSAT takers around the world. This result was achieved by 53 Letovo students.

Happiness Index

91.9% is the index of the sense of well-being, safety, and comfort among the Letovo 9th grade graduates according to the international method called PASS*.

In the questionnaire, one of the nine groups of questions is dedicated to Feelings about school. The average figure for all schools subjected to the PASS survey is 61%.

The questionnaire survey took place at the end of the 2018/19 academic year, as the method suggests, without warning that the level of “school happiness” would be measured. Letovo students answered a number of questions including how they felt at school and what feelings they had toward it in general, how they evaluated their own study results, how satisfied they were with the organisation of the learning process and with relationships with other students and teachers.