Greek towns were founded, theatres and gymnasia established; Greek art was admired and her philosophy studied.
Are not those who train in gymnasia, at first beginning reduced to a state of weakness?
When their studies are completed they are appointed professors in the gymnasia and other schools.
Latin is included in the curricula of only about one-half of the gymnasia of Norway.
The gymnasia are elaborately equipped with exercising apparatus.
He had served in his youth as a class assistant in the gymnasia.
In the gymnasia practically all of them are men, but in the middle schools there are many women teachers.
Some of them were pupils of the gymnasia, some of the town school.
gymnasia (high schools), on the contrary, were first invented at Berlin.
Kirsha was also acquainted with some of the students who attended the girls' gymnasia.
1590s, "place of exercise," from Latin gymnasium "school for gymnastics," from Greek gymnasion "public place where athletic exercises are practiced; gymnastics school," in plural, "bodily exercises," from gymnazein "to exercise or train," literally or figuratively, literally "to train naked," from gymnos "naked" (see naked). Introduced to German 15c. as a name for "high school" (more or less paralleling a sense in Latin); in English it has remained purely athletic.