The right for creating knowledge and skills and acquire the skills necessary to achieve secondary education.
The right to individual approach respecting its abilities and possibilities, talent and health.
The right to respect for its belief, worldview, racial and nationality.
The right to educate in a safe and hygienically suited environment.
The right to express your opinion in a decent way, ask the teacher questions and request a response to the topic that takes place at the lesson.
The right to free choice of optional subjects in accordance with their possibilities, interests and hobbies.
The right to professional education in the case of extraordinary talent, social or health handicap under the conditions established by this Act. 245/2008 Z.z.
The right to be informed about their content, requirements and the classification method in individual subjects.
The right to evaluate each of their speeches while being informed about grades and classifications.
The right to interest in the curriculum and practical exercises for the school year.
The right to take part in competitions with the approval of the school head
The right to work breaks to be used by the pupil for the regeneration of forces at ten and at lunch.
A pupil who has completed compulsory schooling has the right to request the school headquarters his underage legal guardian, to discontinue the study.
If a pupil who has completed compulsory schooling, he / she wishes to leave his / her studies, has the right to submit his / her application to the Directorate.
If a pupil for serious reasons could not prepare for teaching, he / she has the right to justify himself before the teacher starts his / her teaching.
The pupil has the right to use the health service. He has the right to participate in healing procedures.
The right to vote and be elected to school council.
The student has the right to fair behavior by schoolmates and school staff and to the protection of privacy.
The pupil has the right to respect all the rights resulting from the Declaration of the Rights of the Child.