This year, an experimental class for girls has been opened in the Cadet Corps of the RF Investigative Committee in St. Petersburg.
An experimental class for girls was opened this January in the Cadet Corps of the RF Investigative Committee in St. Petersburg. There are 20 students in the eighth grade. In addition to the usual secondary school curriculum, they have classes in dancing, arts, housekeeping and other additional subjects.
‘Our student attend forensic laboratories, they have classes with detectives. We have decoy corpses, they perform initial investigative actions and learn to detect traces,’ Sergey Buzenkov, Director of the Cadet Corps, tells.
Part of the class are girls who have no parents. The intensive educational process helps them live through the difficulties. No boys in the class is a positive factor, according to the students.
Maya and Snezhana Galunin think it is better to study without boys: ‘It is quiet. And it is girl power, and it is great.’
Almost all the students dream of becoming good detectives.
‘It is an interesting profession, we help people and protect our country. It is a very important profession,’ Yulia Inkina explains.
On September 1, the experimental eighth grade will become the ninth, and the Cadet Corps will enroll new girls. It is planned to establish a boarding school for the girls studying in the Cadet Corps.
Photo and video: St. Petersburg TV channel