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Forssa Upper Secondary School

Finland, Forssa    See a map
Lyseokatu 2, 30100 Forssa

The Upper Secondary School of Forssa (Forssan yhteislyseo) was established in 1899, thus being the oldest rural secondary school in Finland. 

The school and the city with surrouding areas offer possibilities to study, to hobby and even to work.  Dozens of students abroad have studied in Forssan yhteislyseo during last 20 years. Principal Simo Veistola with high-quality and nice teachers offer safe, a diverse and high-quality learning environment for both Finnish and foreign students!

The building has been totally renovated some years ago. Forssan yhteislyseo has about 420 students. The staff includes 30 teachers. 

Forssan yhteislyseo provides its students with general education at secondary level, which enables them to apply to all forms of higher education.  Forssan yhteislyseo provides a wide selection of courses, there being approximately 200 different courses available. 

Forssan yhteislyseo offers a wide selection of courses in different languages, such as Swedish, English, German, French, Russian, Italian and Spanish.

The variety of courses available makes it possible to specialize in practically any subject or study orientation. 

You can apply study in the degree of the art and design. 

Music and Sports offer a variety of courses to choose from.  We have a band, see e.g. Christmas concert in 2020: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfiqL3E8fTk. About 60 students belong to the Sport Academy (ice hockey, ringette, indoor bandy, basketball, athletics, gym, Finnish baseball etc.).

The study year contains 5 study periods (c. 7 weeks each). Students have different kind of time schedule in study periods. Students choose courses (and even teachers!) according to their interests.


CO-OPERATION

Forssan yhteislyseo has the Erasmus accreditation status (only some high schools in Finland has the status!). The exchange cooperates with schools in Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Kenya, Spain, Romania and Bulgaria. Thus, exchange students are a big part of school. 

Forssan yhteislyseo closely cooperates with e.g. Häme university of applied sciences, the Natural Resources Institute Finland and the enterprises in the region of southwestern Häme.

Forssan yhteislyseo has exchange students every year. 

The Upper Secondary School of Forssa (Forssan yhteislyseo) was established in 1899, thus being the oldest rural secondary school in Finland. 

The school and the city with surrouding areas offer possibilities to study, to hobby and even to work.  Dozens of students abroad have studied in Forssan yhteislyseo during last 20 years. Principal Simo Veistola with high-quality and nice teachers offer safe, a diverse and high-quality learning environment for both Finnish and foreign students!

The building has been totally renovated some years ago. Forssan yhteislyseo has about 420 students. The staff includes 30 teachers. 

Forssan yhteislyseo provides its students with general education at secondary level, which enables them to apply to all forms of higher education.  Forssan yhteislyseo provides a wide selection of courses, there being approximately 200 different courses available. 

Forssan yhteislyseo offers a wide selection of courses in different languages, such as Swedish, English, German, French, Russian, Italian and Spanish.

The variety of courses available makes it possible to specialize in practically any subject or study orientation. 

You can apply study in the degree of the art and design. 

Music and Sports offer a variety of courses to choose from.  We have a band, see e.g. Christmas concert in 2020: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfiqL3E8fTk. About 60 students belong to the Sport Academy (ice hockey, ringette, indoor bandy, basketball, athletics, gym, Finnish baseball etc.).

The study year contains 5 study periods (c. 7 weeks each). Students have different kind of time schedule in study periods. Students choose courses (and even teachers!) according to their interests.


CO-OPERATION

Forssan yhteislyseo has the Erasmus accreditation status (only some high schools in Finland has the status!). The exchange cooperates with schools in Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Kenya, Spain, Romania and Bulgaria. Thus, exchange students are a big part of school. 

Forssan yhteislyseo closely cooperates with e.g. Häme university of applied sciences, the Natural Resources Institute Finland and the enterprises in the region of southwestern Häme.

Forssan yhteislyseo has exchange students every year. 

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