The network “Education without Frontiers” consists of 18 secondary schools from 16 EU countries. It is a dynamic network which continually seeks to initiate new exchange projects between the participating schools. The co-operation between the schools over the past 3 decades has been very fruitful: many thousands of students have participated in valuable exchanges. Most schools have established regular exchanges and cooperation with other schools of the network. The network and its activities have greatly contributed to the expansion of the international and especially the European dimension in the schools.

Charter (click) of the network has been renewed and singed in Namur, Belgium in 2018.


Management of the network

Since 2009 a steering committee has been installed to guide and coordinate the activities of the network. The most important were two meetings a year – a headteachers´ conference (in autumn when heads, correspondents and teachers participated in) and a big annual conference (in spring) with students.

Our school became a member in 2009 at the conference in Geldrop, the Netherlands. In 2012 we organised first headteachers´ conference in Žilina.

Since 2015 there has been just one meeting a year – an annual network conference as a two days activity for students and teachers of the network schools. During the second network conference in Žilina in 2017 the elections were held and a new leading team consisting of 3 officials started its work. There is the President of the network – Jean Theis (the headmaster from Lycée Hubert Clément in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg) and two team members: Satu Syyrakki (a guidance counsellor from Schildtin lukio in Jyväskylä, Finland) and Janka Mládenková (a correspondent and coordinator of international activities at GBZA in Žilina, Slovakia).


Participating secondary schools:

  • Bagsværd Kostskole og Gymnasium
  • Bundesrealgymnasium Wien 19, Österreich
  • Schildtin lukio, Suomi /Finland
  • Danderyds Gymnasium, Sverige
  • Escola Secundária de Francisco Rodrigues Lobo, Portugal
  • Gymnázium bilingválne, Slovensko
  • Óscar Romerocollege (Heilige Maagdcollege before), België (Flanders)
  • Institut de la Providence de Champion, Belgique (Wallonia)
  • Institution Saint-Jude, France
  • Instituto de Educación, Secundaria ‚Miguel Catalán, España
  • Liceo „Rambaldi – Valeriani“ e „Alessandro da Imola“, Italia
  • Lycée Hubert Clément, Luxembourg
  • Lycée Michel-Rodange, Luxembourg
  • Móricz Zsigmond Gimnázium, Magyarország
  • 1LO im. Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu, Poland
  • Second Lyceum of Kalamaria, Ellada
  • Strabrecht College, Nederland
  • Wittekind-Gymnasium, Deutschland


All member schools within the Europroject network

“Education without Frontiers”

subscribe to the principles based on the


and focus on the following principles:

  • to promote the European dimension in education and training
  • to promote tolerance and accept diversities of the partner schools’ backgrounds with respect to religious and philosophical identities, cultures and traditions, languages and educational systems
  • to offer equal opportunities for internationalization
  • to respect and consider the students’ views to their best interest
  • to enhance the quality and efficiency of education

The member schools have committed themselves to:

  • maintain the network of schools “Education without Frontiers” by establishing and keeping contact, planning and realizing common projects and exchanges, sending a delegation of students and teachers to the annual conference,
  • create a topic for these conferences that is of common interest for all member schools,
  • make use of the network to find partners for international projects,
  • encourage and support students’ international cooperation offered by network activities for their future benefit,
  • share innovative ideas and best practices,
  • disseminate project outcomes in order to achieve lasting sustainability,
  • contribute to a pool of ideas, bringing in every school´s expertise
  • have a contact person for the information flow,
  • financially support schools in need to participate in the annual conferences.



A school from a European country or another country _ not belonging to the network  _  can be invited to the annual conference as an observer and take part in the activities.


A school from a European country can apply for membership.