Gymnázium Frýdlant nad Ostravicí today is a general grammar school of a four-year and a six-year form with 290 pupils and 24 teachers in Frydlant nad Ostravicí, a small town in the Moravian-Silesian Region, in the valley of the Beskydy Mountains in the North of Moravia, the Czech Republic. Students are aged 13 to 19 years and the majority of them live in villages around the town, they have to commute to school every day.
All pupils study English as the first foreign language and from the first grade they learn the second foreign language (German, Russian, French or Spanish) as well.
All pupils study all general subjects preparing for their school-leaving exam which consists of Czech language, a foreign language or maths and two optional subjects as biology, physics, chemistry, geography, etc. 95 % of pupils continue their studies in various colleges and universities.
Its students are successful at many national and international Math and Science competitions, for example International Math Competition in Argentina (2012) and Colombia (2013).They also take part in the International Competition of Young Translators Juvenes Translatores. In 2013 and 2014 they realized the biological project Aves and Plantae. The pupils are also involved in a lot of charity activities. The school choir has a long tradition and prepares annual public performances.
The school has got a long-term cooperation with a grammar school in Friedland, Germany. Its students participate in exchange programmes with that school (two-month stays and annual one-week visits).