The Agency of Educational and Scientific Infrastructure Development under the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia undertakes construction of a new school in Samtskhe- Javakheti region. First Deputy Minister Koka Sepherteladze observed the ongoing construction works of Akhalkalaki Public School №3 on site. In the frame of his visit to Samtskhe-Javakheti region, Deputy Minister visited Akhalkalaki Public School №2 and awarded 48 excellent school graduates of Akhaltsikhe, Aspindza and Ninotsminda with golden and silver medals.
The old building of Akhalkalaki Public School№3 was demolished in 1988 as a result of the earthquake, since then the schoolchildren have been studying in block of flats in a non-standard learning environment. The school is Georgian and ethnic Armenian also study there together with Georgian schoolchildren.
From 2011, more schoolchildren will be enrolled at this school; hence, a new building will be three storied and fully meet the needs of the schoolchildren. The building will be equipped with modern technical equipments; it will have school laboratory, library, computer class and sports hall.
“Language House“ will also be placed in the school building; the school principals, teachers, public officials and all other interested person in the region will have opportunity to study Georgian language at “ Language house”.