The school is open to all.
The school fees are 385 € per month
(10 times per year).
This sum covers the teaching programme (28h/week) and intra-mural group extra-curricular activities, as well as part of the cost of school equipment. A fee reduction of 20 to 50% can be obtained subject to an interview and an explanatory letter.
Payment of administrative costs (75€) and the first month’s fee constitutes confirmation of registration.
The Humanitas Europae foundation offers each year a limited number of study grants to Belgian or foreign pupils aged 12 to 18 who study Latin and Ancient Greek.
The Humanitas Europae foundation also offers grants to pupils who wish to continue their classical studies in another country after completion of their secondary education at Schola Nova.
Pupils have the possibility of sleeping and dining at the school on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. This service is offered at cost price - 195 € per month (10 times per year).
The boarding facilities at Schola Nova are equipped with individual and two-bed rooms, several bathrooms and a recreation room. Music pupils can also have access to a rehearsal room with a piano.
It is also possible to be lodged with a family in the area.
Schola Nova’s account number:
IBAN : BE54 0682 2078 8797
BIC : GKCCBEBB
Classes begin every morning at 9 o’clock.
On Wednesdays and Fridays, school ends at 12:45; on other days at 4:25.
On Friday afternoons, pupils who so wish may participate in a drama or artistic workshop from 1:30 to 3:30.
|Course||Grex I||Grex II||Grex III||Grex IV||Grex V|
|Living Latin ||5||2||1||1||1|
|Biology & Chemistry||1||1||2||2||2|
|Geography in Dutch||1||-||1||-||-|
 The Latin course is divided in two parts:
– A spoken Latin course based on the Orberg and Assimil methods (CD made by the pupils). The learning of both spoken and living Latin facilitates the understanding of the language and makes the literature more accessible.
– The Latin grammar course is along traditional lines.
 The mathematics course follows the 'mathematics 6 hours a week' course, which covers the learning of traditional and modern maths.
 The history courses follow the timeline: Egypt, Greece and Mesopotamia in the first year; Rome in the second year; Middle Ages (in Latin) in the third year; Modern Era in the fourth year; Contemporary Era in the fifth year.
 The students are grouped by level instead of classes. The most advanced have a course in Dutch (aardrijkskunde-Geography ; kunstgeschiedenis-Art history)
 A course in the reading of great works, aimed at the development of memory, imagination and general knowledge: