Real school

Real schools were mid-level vocational educational institutions where exact sciences predominated: drawing, practical chemistry, practical mechanics, and similar subjects. Their name comes from the German “Realschule” (real school).

The boarding school of a real school in Gagra opened in the early 20th century.

The main task of this school was to prepare students for work in industry and trade.

In the territory of the Russian Empire, real schools were abolished after the October Revolution of 1917.

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