• Art teacher

Tanja Gligorijević

Tanja earned a degree in painting from the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade. She is a member of the Association of Artists –Milena Pavlović Barili, ULUV, and she is also a coordinator and member of the committee for the selection of works of art. Tanja is a recipient of the first prize awarded by the Svetozar Marković University Library. She participated in a conference in Poland organised by the Institute of Slavic Philology of Adam Mickiewicz University. Tanja participated in more than 50 collaborative and 12 individual exhibitions. She designed five artistic competitions, and she also prepares students for art school entrance exams.

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
Contemporary in any sense of the word, our school offers functional knowledge and quality preparation for tertiary education in Serbia and abroad. Implementing modern and creative teaching in the classroom, where the teachers’ pedagogy and students’ performance are aligned with the highest academic standards for the high-school finals, our school develops linguistic, mathematical, scientific, artistic, cultural, technical and ICT competence, which is a prerequisite for further education and professional development. Teaching is supported by the interactive whiteboards and educational software, whereas practice exercises research and critical thinking.