Brazilian children have a very interesting schooling method, similar to the United States. Pre-School is optional for young children between the ages of two to six years old. Maternal Pre-School is for Brazilian kids two to five years old. Jardim Pre-School is for kids between the ages of three and six. Once Brazilian kids reach the age of six, it is mandatory for them to start attending school. Fundamental Education I and II is students between the ages of six and fourteen. Fundamental I is similar to the United State's elementary school. Fundamental II is similar to the U.S.'s middle school. Young children and teens study math, Portuguese, science, history, geography, and Physical Education in Brazil. Upper Secondary Education is for Brazilian teen's between the ages of fifteen and eight-teen. It allows any young person to enter a university. Higher Education follows Upper Secondary Education. Upper Secondary Education and Higher Education is similar to attending college. Overall Brazil has a unique way for teaching the young of Brazil.