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The Secondary education in Kavadarci has begun since 1897 when the Bulgarian Exarchate opened junior high school with two grades i.e. the first and the second grade.  In the academic year 1907/08, the third grade was established and the High School worked as such until 1913 when it was banned by the entry of Serbian occupation authorities within the Vardar part of Macedonia.

With the beginning of the First World War, attempts were made to re-establish the secondary education by sending a request by the Municipal Committee of Kavadarci to the Minister of Education and Church Affairs in Belgrade, but the request was not accepted due to the difficult conditions of the war. After establishing the Bulgarian government during the First World War, i.e in December 1915, during the academic year 1916/17 and 1917/18, the earlier formed high school continued its educational work.

After the end of the First World War and re-establishing of the Serbian occupation authorities, in October 1919, with permission of the Serbian political and educational authorities in Kavadarci, a three-grade high school was opened which worked until 1929, when by so-called January 6th Dictatorship almost all schools in Vardar Macedonia were closed.  In the period from 1929 to 1938, a School for Civil Affairs worked and in 1938 a Junior High School was opened instead of the School for Civil Affairs which worked until the capitulation of Yugoslavia.

During the Second World War, the Bulgarian occupation authorities opened  a High School which worked until the liberation of the city. During this period the High school represented the core of revolutionary ideas; it was an initiator of all activities in the city and an important base for enlargening the partisan units with new fighters.

After the National Liberation War (NLW), the highest state body, ASNOM made a decision to open more schools and technical schools, among which was our High School. It started on February 5, 1945, in the old building (now Primary School “Strasho Pindzur”) under the name of Josip Broz Tito.  It worked as People’s High School from I to VIII grade and the teaching was held in the native Macedonian language (standard).

During the term of the academic year1955/56, exactly on February 1, 1956, the High School moved into the new building which was not fully completed.  The new section, as an annex to the building, was built only in the period from 1974 to 1976, that enabled classrooms and laboratories for more teaching subjects, library, reading room, festive hall, a sport hall with locker-rooms and the necessary room for teachers.

In 1956, with the new education reforms, it was decided to reduce the secondary education in favour of vocational education. For that purpose, Economic school was opened within the High School, and already in the academic year 1956/57 in the first year only economic classes were enrolled. Wine-Forestry School was opened within the High School and Economic School but after a few years it was established as an independent secondary school.  These reforms continued until 1960, when the secondary education was re-established, and Economic classes were within the High school. There were two courses, socio-linguistic and natural-science and mathematics. The Secondary education was performed until 1982, when it was completely abolished by the new reforms in secondary education, in favour of vocational secondary education. So, from the 1982/83 school year, our High School was restructured in the School for Secondary Education wtih four educational areas: Mathematics-Informatics, bureau-technological, law and bureau-technical. This concept is applied until the academic year 1989/1990.

In the academic year 1991/92 with the reestablishment of the secondary education, it was allowed cultural and mathematics- informatics vocations to be restructured in the high school educational areas and the school was named into High School.  Six classes were enrolled:  2 general classes, 2 natural sciences and mathematics classes and 2 law classes.

Since its establishment in 1945 until 1994, the High School was named "Josip Broz Tito."  In 1994, upon proposal of the Commission of the Ministry of Education and Physical Education,  it was decided the High School to carry the name of the famous revolutionary leader from the Tikvesh region from the Ilinden period-Dobri Daskalov.

 

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