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Primary School


We know that knowledge learned with the heart and tested by the hand lives a long life, whereas crammed information doesn‘t stay in mind for long. The longevity and continuity of knowledge are important elements of quality education, which Saulės Gojus strives to ensure. 


The UN identifies 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be achieved by 2030. Goal no. 4 is Quality Education, which aims to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and to promote lifelong learning.


Continuity of quality education from an early age has been important to Saulės Gojus. After a playful and homely time in the kindergarten, children start attending the primary school, the time when they begin to acquire learning tools and to discover their strengths. Combining their wisdom and abilities, primary school teachers search for the best way to help the children prepare for the challenges of an ever-changing present and an unpredictable future.

Secondary School (Grades 5-10)


Living is learning. We do not teach a child – we are there to help him learn, because we want him to grow up into a person who feels an unquenchable desire to live great.


When starting to learn at the secondary school, the child begins to explore his or her identity. We are convinced that it is a duty of a good school to help him find his flow state that allows him to experience the joy of self-expression and success.


Our secondary school is a smooth continuation of our primary school where the same education principles apply. Our goal is to turn the traditional teacher-centred instruction, focusing on the teacher‘s role as a "commander", into self-directed learning where the student takes initiative in identifying his learning needs and setting his learning goals.


In our secondary school, the educational process is organised and the curriculum is implemented on the basis of three modes of learning: classroom learning, seminars, and independent work. Learning success is achieved by combining the student‘s self-monitoring and self-control with his constant monitoring and counseling by his mentor.

Foreign Languages


In our primary school, English is intensively used in order to make it the student‘s second working language when they reach the secondary school level. Every Wednesday, English becomes the sole ruler in the school premises („English Wednesday“), it is used extensively in communication with teachers inside and outside the classroom, during the Morning Circles and the Knowledge Circles, in the Learning Labs, and even at the parties. Even if you bump into an English teacher from Saulės Gojus in the city, he or she will only speak English to you! 


In the secondary school, English becomes the first foreign and second working language with 5 lessons per week. Part of the classes takes place in English as CLIL lessons.


In grade 5, students also start learning a second foreign language. 

Non-Formal Education


There are 2 types of non-formal education at Saulės Gojus:

  • classes included in the school timetable (drama (grades 1-4), chess (grades 1-4), robotics (pre-primary and grades 1-2), computer literacy (grades 3-4)
  • afterschool activities organised for an additional fee (learning to play a musical instrument based on the Suzuki Method, ceramics, different dance styles, drama club, mindfulness course, English, Chinese, French, Spanish lessons, chess, aikido, aerobic gymnastics, acrobatics, etc.)

Special Educational Assistance


Speech therapist, special pedagogue, psychologist, and social pedagogue are highly qualified professionals who provide help to the students in need of pedagogical assistance. This assistance is provided in accordance with the special assistance procedure approved and introduced to each family by our school.

Practical Information




Fresh, healthy, and balanced food is prepared daily in the kitchen of Saulės Gojus. We choose the products carefully, avoiding flavour enhancers (such as E621), artificial colouring agents, or preservatives. Sweet snacks and sweetened carbonated drinks are not allowed in our school, and sugar and salt consumption is reduced to a minimum. Our children eat breakfast, lunch, second lunch, and evening snack, they nibble on fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the day and drink plenty of water. The Lithuanian State Food and Veterinary Service have approved our special in-house menu, which includes additional meals for vegetarians and vegans, as well as gluten and lactose-intolerant children. 




Children are admitted to Saulės Gojus according to a procedure established by the school, which is considered completed after the parents have paid all admission-related fees and signed the education services agreement.

For further information, please contact:

  • Phone: + 370 688 00890, E-mail: (Primary School)
  • Phone: + 370 680 25120, E-mail: (Secondary School)



Monthly Tuition Fee for the school year 2024-2025:

735 EUR in Primary School (10 payments/year)

790 EUR in Secondary School (10 payments/year)


Tuition Fee includes:

  • Education according to the General primary or secondary education programme
  • Daily English lessons, based on CLIL and language immersion methods
  • Second foreign language (from grade 5 onward)
  • Curriculum supplemented by additional subjects (robotics, computer literacy, chess, aikido, drama, etc.) in primary school
  • Aikido day camp (last week of June)
  • Special pedagogical assistance (provided in accordance with the procedure established by the school)
  • Student accident insurance

Admission Fee: 350 EUR (Primary School) / 350 EUR (Secondary School). It is a one-time, non-refundable fee for implementing the procedures of the Student’s enrolment to the school.


Fee for Learning Materials: 300 EUR (Primary School) / 400 EUR (Secondary School). It is a fee applied annually for textbooks, exercise books, use of copyrighted works, learning equipment, materials for art/music lessons, educational trips, and excursions within Vilnius district. Additional fees are charged for education trips around Lithuania or abroad.


Meal Charge: EUR 9,50 per day. This charge is applied for catering services provided to the student (breakfast, lunch, second lunch, evening snack, fruit, and vegetables) and is calculated based on the number of days of the previous month of the student’s attendance. The same charge applies to meals prepared according to a special menu meant for vegetarians and children allergic to certain foods. 


Fees for additional extra-curricular activities/clubs, which take place before or after the classes, are to be paid according to the individual agreement with the responsible person organising the activity.