In primary school, kids study mathematics, nature studies, the Russian language, reading, a foreign language, drawing, music, physical education, and chess (an option that has appeared in many schools since 2018).
The curriculum of the secondary school looks like this: the Russian language and literature, a foreign language, algebra, geometry, informatics, history, social science, geography, natural history, biology, physics, chemistry, life safety fundamentals, physical education, handcrafts.
In senior high school, students get mechanical drawing, astronomy, and world art culture. In many schools, the 10th and 11th classes are divided into 4 specializations: humanitarian, technological, mathematical and social-economical. The amount of lessons on compulsory subjects is reconsidered in these classes. For example, a mathematical class will have more lessons in mathematics and physics, while there will be fewer literature lessons.
The system of education in Russia is unified — there are no personal curriculums available for pupils. However, there are schools and regions with additional subjects. For example, there are lessons of the native language and literature in the regions with another major nation. In some regions like Bashkortostan, where there are very unusual classes like beekeeping.
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