Olga Gudynn International School (OGIS) was founded in 2001 and it is authorized and accredited by the Romanian Ministry of Education and the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) to offer the Diploma Programme.
Through its educational and formative character, OGIS aims at a well-organized and structured educational system that includes knowledge, beliefs, and behavioral patterns, thus contributing to the formation of a well-balanced personality in accordance with the demands of today’s global society.
OGIS currently hosts over 800 students of different nationalities between the ages of 3 and 19.
The Olga Gudynn Kindergartens, School and High School have built partnerships and participated in foreign exchange programs with UNESCO, Erasmus +, and prestigious educational institutions in Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States, and other countries in order to keep up with the latest trends in education and be fully prepared to face future challenges.
The instruction process is carried out according to the National Curriculum, enriched with elements and themes from the Early Years Foundation Stage and Cambridge ESOL Curriculum, using both classical and modern teaching methods, high-quality teaching materials, and facilities that correspond to international standards.
A team of professionals, consisting of Romanian teachers, international teachers (from the United States, Great Britain, China, Germany, Poland, and Serbia), and education experts, offers students exceptional academic training in addition to practical experiences in different fields which will help them throughout their lives.
Since its foundation, OGIS has invested in quality in order to provide students with an environment conducive to both academic and personal development. The Olga Gudynn Kindergartens, School and High School are equipped with modern educational materials, laboratories, sports facilities, school counseling centers, art workshops, attractive playgrounds, vegetable gardens, a mini animal farm, and its very own canteen.