In this thesis we modelled and analyzed the functional regions of secondary education in Slovenia. The analysis was performed using student flows between the municipalities of residence and the municipality of secondary education. In modeling functional regions, we used two methods namely the CURDS and Intramax methods. The first method is classified as a method of multi-stage aggregation, and the Intramax method is included in the group of methods of hierarchical grouping. We analyzed student flows, their number, and the number of secondary school institutions. The modeling results were graphically presented and compared by hierarchical levels and between them. We highlighted the typical composition of functional regions in secondary education at the macro and meso levels of Slovenia, which we compared with the functional regions of work mobility in Slovenia. The results of the study will contribute to a better understanding of functional regions in Slovenia.