Tuesday, December 31, 2013

1879-1880 STRYJ (STRYJU): FOURTH SCHOOL REPORT OF THE C.K. REAL SCHOOL



1879-1880 STRYJ (STRYJU): FOURTH SCHOOL REPORT OF THE C.K. REAL SCHOOL

"In contrast to the high schools, the principal place in the curriculum real schools were given to natural and physical sciences. An increased focus on foreign languages. In the public's mind, 'real' education was put on a step lower than the classical and the disciples real schools, compared to high-school students, were considered to be 'second-class citizens.'   Real schools accepted only boys. Training period was 6 years."  
"Graduates of real schools could enroll in higher technical educational institutions, or go to the physico-mathematical and medical faculties of universities. Interestingly, if you graduated from high school you had the right to enroll in a technical college, the "realist" was able to take the university exams only with permission of the Minister or Deputy (Deputy) Minister of Education, as well for the Jews "special items."   Initially real schools were called real gymnasiums and were 7-classes." http://maloratsky-vinitsky.weebly.com/18251075---19411075.html

Class I.

First Degree:
Lindenbaum Jojzesz
Siebauer Eugeniusz
Zucker Izrael
Bejnarowicz Szymon
Reif Jozef
Beer Wladyslaw
Nadel Rubin
Lichter Joel
Reif Jan

Class II

First Degree:
Bier Szymon
Rupp Eugeniusz
Drucker Mojzesz
Herzog Koloman
Zborowski Jakob

Class III

First Degree:
Rothbauer Wilhelm
Blum Fryderyk
Jach Jozef
Turk Albert
Buch Fajbus
Sydoryk Teodor
Klarsfeld Salamon


Class IV

“Celujacy ?” Degree:
Arendt Adolf

First Degree:
Prezes herman
Goldblatt Aron
Nussenblatt Ozjasz

Class V

First Degree:
Buch Izdor
Nussenblatt Jakob
Jaeger Ozyasz
Weingarten Zemon

Class VI

First Degree:
Vogel Jakob
Neuhoff Szezepan
Hepp Jozef
Ullmann Jozef

Class VII

First Degree:
Landes leon

Matriculation Exam Results
       Took exams and passed:
       Natan Citron, Leon Landes