Luka Jovanović, a student of Savremena Gimnazija, won first place in the city swimming competition

On Wednesday, 8 February, the city high school swimming competition was held. The competition took place at the pool of the Sports Centre "11. april", and our school was represented by Matija Vojinović (freestyle), Andrej Perezić (breaststroke) and Luka Jovanović (dolphin).

Matija and Andrej competed in the categories for 3rd and 4th-grade high school students, while Luka represented us in the categories for 1st and 2nd-grade high school students.

Luka swam 100 meters in dolphin style in 57 seconds and won first place and thus qualified for the national competition which will be held in Niš!

We wish Luka a lot of luck and success in the national competition!

I am extremely pleased and proud to be the parent of a Savremena student. During my first encounter with the school management, when I asked about my child’s potential enrolment, I saw how much love, enthusiasm and professionalism you put in your work. I was impressed by your approach, ideas and methods. I couldn’t believe something like this existed in our country! It doesn’t take long to realise that this is a school you would recommend to everyone. Creativity, modern technology, top-quality education, and most of all, the humaneness that can be seen throughout the school, make it truly different and worthy of its name – Savremena Gimnazija. With such an approach, the success of this school and, consequently, our children’s success, is unavoidable. Congratulations! Jelena Đorđević, Andrija’s mum
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