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Liviu Rebreanu

National College

Liviu Rebreanu National College was founded in 1911 and continues to play an active part in community life.


The school is dedicated to high-quality training in order to offer to society graduates capable of becoming active and efficient citizens, able to integrate into the life of the community.

The college now has more pupils than ever before and the number is rising up to 1720 pupils in 2020.

It functions in a generous campus inside the historical centre of Bistriţa.

Primary school

Middle school

High school

One of the best national colleges in the county, the school provides training for students aged 6 to 18 years old in modern and well-equipped classrooms and laboratories (5 informatics laboratories, 4 physics laboratories, 2 chemistry, and biology laboratories).

The core curriculum offers, for high school, education in Science (Informatics and Natural sciences) and Humanities (social studies). Approximately 300 students receive in-depth training in Informatics. The graduates of these classes attend academic education in the IT field.

German as the first language

As a college holding German as a first language section, the institution has the opportunity to develop partnerships promoting multiculturalism and multilingualism through experience and best practice exchange programmes with students and teachers from European partner schools.

Bilingual tuition

The basic training is complemented with meaningful extracurricular activities. The students are encouraged to conduct activities in different fields of interests. Moreover, projects and partnerships also contribute to the needed opening towards labour market, being useful for choosing the adequate academic path, regardless at domestic or at foreign universities.

Jam sessions

Military Carrier

Giving back to the comunity

protecting the envoronment

The relationships and partnerships developed by our school are primarily aimed at reaching a European level in education, through cultivating national values and linking them to the European ones. Our partnerships try to improve the educational process by making use of extracurricular activities intended to satisfy students’ expressed needs in training skills to enter the labour market. Furthermore, students and teachers are important actors in community actions and are involved in specific activities with the twin towns.


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