Kadrina Secondary School is situated in the northern part of Estonia, about
90 kilometres east of the capital Tallinn.
It is a secondary comprehensive school that offers education for free from
classes 1-12 (ages 7-19) and follows the national curriculum of the Republic
Kadrina Secondary School is the largest country school in Estonia and students
attending the school are mostly from Kadrina rural municipality.
In September 2014 there were 579 students and 56 teachers in Kadrina KK.
The headmaster is Arvo Pani and the headteacher is Ingrid Vaikmaa.
The highest number of teachers was 86 in 2002 and that of the students 964
The students in the school year 2014/15 are divided into 31 sets of classes
which are marked with letters a, b and also c, d if there are enough students
at the same age level.
Officially there are 4 school levels:
1st level - 1-3 classes
2nd level - 4-6 classes
3rd level - 7-9 classes
4th level - 10-12 classes
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