The school consists of two blocks: a long one alongside the street and one joined perpendicularly in the yard. The classrooms are arranged on the street, the southern, side; while the corridors run into the yard. It was probably only when the school`s construction was coming to an end that it was decided to add the Pedagogical Museum. The overlays used in this school building were unique: beamless and made of continuous interconnected ceramic blocks. The composition of the street exterior attempted to enhance the impression of the facade`s length even more, an impression created by the monotonic rhythm of uniformly narrow windows and barely discernible pilaster strips.