Admissions for the 4th round
Deadline for submitting the application for the 4th round
The fourth round of the 2020/2021 admissions will be announced on 17 August 2020. You may send your applications after the date of announcement until 20 August 2020. Please send the application form by registered mail on the prescribed form (to be downloaded from here) with a postmark no later than from 20 August 2020 or preferably in person at the school secretariat (Mojmírovců 1002/42 Ostrava-Mariánské Hory; the secretariat is open from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.). You may also scan the application form and send it to email@example.com by 20 August 2020 and present the original copy on the day of handing over the registration card.
The entrance examinations for the 2020/2021 school year in the first, second and third round of the admissions have already taken place.
Open days have already taken place.
You may arrange your individual visit at the email address or telephone (click here).
Entrance examination date for the 4th round
Applications for the entrance examinations for the 2020/2021 school year in the 4th round of the admission procedure are to be sent from the date of announcement until 31 August 2020. The school part of the entrance exam is not taking place. The results of the entrance examination will be announced on the school’s website on 31 August 2020 in the afternoon.
Number of admitted students
In order to maintain a high level of quality of our students and ensure individual approach, the following numbers of students are admitted for the 2020/2021 school year, even despite higher enrolment numbers: a maximum of 60 students.
Admission requirements for the 4th round
Field of study: Business Academy
1) the average school results from all subjects in the eighth and the ninth year of the elementary school (only the school results for the first semester are presented) did not exceed the value of 1.5
2) the average school results from all subjects in the eighth and the ninth year of the elementary school (only the school results for the first semester are presented) did not exceed the value of 1.4
3) the average school results from the three out of four following subjects (Czech Language and Literature, English Language, Mathematics, History) in the ninth year of the elementary school (only the school results for the first semester are presented) did not exceed the value of 1.2 and the total school results from all subjects in the eighth and the ninth year (only the school results for the first semester are presented) does not exceed the value of 1.9
4) placed first down to fifth in a regional or district round of a mathematics, chemistry, physics, geography or astronomy competition, or alternatively a competition in Czech language or an equivalent competition announced by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports or by schools (such as the Maths Kangaroo, IT Merit Badge)
5) passing a certified English, German or Spanish language examination at Level A2 and higher (e.g. KET, PET, FIN in DEUTSCH 2, FLYERS)
6) based on the current and documented membership in Mensa Czech Republic (IQ value is greater than or equal to 130)
7) placed in the top 30% of a logic competition organised by Mensa Czech Republic in a regional round at least once in the course of studies at the elementary school
8) based on the decision made by the headmistress of PRIGO High School by exercising discretion in the recognition of type-equivalent or similar achievements listed in Points 4) and 5), worthy of special consideration
If an applicant meets at least one of the criteria listed in points 1–8), they will be awarded a total of 100 points to the entrance examination score; this applies to all courses of studies. If an applicant does not meet at least one of the criteria listed in points 1–8), then they will receive the total of the points gained for both tests in the uniform (state) entrance examination. This fact (result) must be documented to the school together with the application.
The ranking of applicants from the best to the worst result is made based on the score which the applicants receive. The primary criterion for the applicants’ ranking is the number of received points. When score results are identical, the average grade as per point 1) rounded to two decimal numbers may be used as a secondary criterion. Those students placed between the 1st position and the position corresponding to the ranking of the applicant placed last within the remaining capacity announced for the 2nd round of the admissions for a given course of study will be admitted.