Notable Alumni and Professors
Several notable professors and pupils are associated with the Bežigrad Grammar School.
- Lavo Čermelj, physicist, publicist and political activist
- Edvard Kocbek, poet and political activist
- Dragotin Lončar, historian
- Barbara Brezigar, politician and jurist
- Stane Dolanc, Yugoslav Communist official and politician
- Toussaint Hočevar, historian and economist
- Sara Isaković, swimmer, Olympic medalist
- Taja Kramberger, poet and historian
- Katarina Kresal, politician
- Ljubo Sirc, economist
- Uroš Slokar, basketball player
- Bojan Štih, stage director, literary critic and essayist
- Slavoj Žižek, philosopher
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