The Liechtensteinisches Gymnasium is a secondary school located in Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein. It was founded in 1937 as "Collegium Marianum" by the Maristen-Schulbrüder as a private school. Since 1981, the Liechtensteinisches Gymnasium has been a public school run by the state of Liechtenstein.The number of pupils has been increasing since the mid-1980s, especially since girls were admitted in the mid-1960s, and is now over 700.UnterstufeThe Unterstufe of the Liechtensteinisches Gymnasium comprises three grades called US1, US2 and US3. There are three ways to enter the Liechensteinisches Gymnasium from the Realschule, a secondary school offering a less theoretical education. One can either enter after the first grade of the Realschule into the second grade of the Liechensteinisches Gymnasium, the third grade of the Realschile into the fourth grade of the Liechensteinisches Gymnasium, or the fourth grade of the Realschule into the fourth grade of the Liechensteinisches Gymnasium .All students study the same subjects in each grade. Starting in US1, students study Religious Education, Geography and History, German, Science, Informatics, Technics and Needlework, Art, Music, Physical Education, and Mathematics. Starting in US2, students start studying English and French. In US3, Latin is also added to the curriculum. In addition, there is one "class lesson" per week.