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As far as we know, education in Senj in the Middle Ages was on the same level as other European cities of similar size. As the Turkish conquest of Croatia progressed, so the cultural as well as educational growth weakened. Senj's Modern Age secondary education, in respect to high school has its roots in Latin schools which the Pauline Order began to lead in 1725. After the abolition of the Pauline Order in 1786, the high school was run by Franciscans and after them by
secular clergy. The educative staff included more and more laity and during the rule of Ban Mažuranić the high school came exclusively under the jurisdiction of the state. In 1857 Bishop Ožegović established the Students' Home from where the cadets attended the high school. The home, named after its founder as ‘Ožegovićianum’ worked until 1940. We can conclude that the work of secondary education in Senj, from its beginnings in the Modern Age, was closely linked to theological studies. This mutual intertwinement and connection lasted until the closure of the theology college in 1940. From 1857 this interdependence came to the fore through the work of the ‘Ožegovićianum’ institute.

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high school, Ožegovićianum, Paulists, secondary education

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