Serbian School Types: Religious Schools

Figure 1.--This unidentified primary school in the inter-War era was a relgious supported school. It looks to be a Catholic school. The phitograph is undated, but looks to have been taken about 1930. Note all the boys wearing sailr suits. Put your cursor on the imge to see the rest of the group. Source: Serbian School Museum.

We do not have much information on religious-based schools in Serbia. The country was promatily Orthodox, but there were Catholic, Muslim, amd Jewish minorities. We do nt know at this time to what extent these religious groups founded and supported schools. Nor are we sure about government regulations concerning religious supported schools. After the Communist take over (1945), all such schools were closed are taken over by the government. We are not sure about the current situation.


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