Secondary School

Scientific-Humanistic Courses Content and Organisation

Curricular autonomy allows for the possibility of flexible management of the curricular offering, adapting it to the curricular options of the school.

In the Scientific-Humanistic courses, the curricular provision integrates a set of common subjects in the General components, whilst the Specific components include a set of subjects that aim to provide consistent preparation in the respective course.

The alterations made to the principles of curricular organization (published in Decree-Law no. 55/2018) give secondary school students the possibility of choosing their own course through the exchange and substitution of subjects, respecting the specific and scientific components of each course.

In order to enhance all the components of the curriculum, the Physical Education subject is now considered, along with other subjects, for the final results of all secondary school courses.

The components identified above also include Classical Studies as part of the school’s educational project.

The curricular provision also integrates Citizenship and Development, in the scope of the different subjects of the matrix, with themes and projects, under the coordination of the Form Teacher.

In this sense, we present the organization of each course in secondary education in place for the current school year.

Brochures for downloading

Science and Technology

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Visual Arts

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Languages and Humanities

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Socioeconomic Sciences

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