AN IMPRESSIVE TRANSFORMATIVE JOURNEY FROM CURIOUS CHILDREN TO RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUALS
Hisar School, with its leading academic staff, have been raising researchers, questioning, self-confident, moral and highly aware individuals for 25 years.
With 979 graduates and 1520 students, Hisar community think and work to serve our country, the world and humanity.
Information Strategies Center
As Information Strategies Center, we continue our efforts to ensure that information and communication technologies are included as a natural part of the education process.
In Writing Center, there is a friendly and comfortable environment where visitors are interested in their author identities and talked about writing. Educators aim to help develop ideas and express them in the most clear and effective way possible.
Innovation Center is designed as an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary platform to teach and learn with STEAM-oriented programs that support interaction with the technology community and the effort to achieve excellence in K-12 education.
University Counseling and Career Center
In our Career Center in accordance with the mission and vision definition of Hisar School, our primary goal is to guide and support our students in course selection, career orientation, university preparation-application and selection processes.
Our Cultural Center, with its fully equipped professional concert, theater and exhibition halls, creates a cultural bridge between the students, parents, administrative and academic staff of Hisar School, the surrounding schools and the residents.
Sports Center, with its equipment and infrastructure that enables sports in many different branches, supports our students in gaining active living habits that they can maintain throughout their lives.
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With the “Eating Disorders” program, which is one of the studies carried out by our Psychological Counseling and Guidance Department, it is aimed to increase the awareness of our students in terms of healthy eating and gaining positive body image.
In the seminar held in this context, our 7th Grade students came together with Assoc. Sevcan Karakoç Demirkaya. Touching on the issues of self-confidence, self-esteem, eating disorder and its treatment, Demirkaya also answered the questions of our students.
Our Middle School students visited the “Future Time” sculpture exhibition of the Elgiz Museum with a virtual guide in their Visual Arts classes, and so they got the chance to learn about the production and exhibition preparation processes. They also attended a meeting with the two sculptors whose works are in the exhibition. At the end of all these stages, our students evaluated various waste materials and carried out sculpture works on the theme of “future time”.
Please click on the video below to see the work of our students.
On November 30, World Sharing Day, we share with you the “Science in a Package” project video of our High School students, who aim to mentor students in public schools, and to make them love science. We congratulate our students for their volunteer work.
Please click on the image to watch the project video.
Our Preschool Students Imagined the Future of the World with the “Draw the World for COP 26” Project
In Visual Arts lessons, our 4-5 year Preschool students read Todd Parr’s book “The Earth” and answered the questions “What will our world look like in 50 years? What do you think the perfect world would be like?”. After this activity, students participated in the “Draw the Earth for COP 26” activity using materials developed by Twinkl.
Thanks to this event, our students have also increased their awareness of “Climate Action”, which is the 13th goal among the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, as part of the sustainability studies carried out at our School, which is a member of the Global Schools Program. We congratulate our students and teachers for their creative and exciting drawings.
We are happy to continue “Alumni Talks” under different themes and titles in cooperation with our Turkish University Counseling Office and Alumni Association.
We will meet with our 2021 graduate Elif Düz in a talk that will take place on the Google Meet platform on Wednesday, December 1 at 19.30. Our graduate, Elif, who is currently continuing her undergraduate education at Boğaziçi University English Language and Literature Department, will share her experiences and suggestions during the preparation process for Turkish Universities.
All High School parents and students are welcomed to this event.
Date: Wednesday, December 1, 2021
*The link is sent by e-mail.
We are pleased to announce that Hisar School is included in the “Global Schools Program” in September 2021. As a member of this community, our school is committed to carrying out studies for our students to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills in order to support the “Sustainable Development Goals” determined by the United Nations and to promote sustainable development.
The Global Schools Program is an initiative of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network that supports UNESCO’s Global Program of Action on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect our planet and ensure that all people live in peace and prosperity by 2030. These 17 objectives are integrated and each has been determined considering that action in one area will affect outcomes in other areas and that development must balance social, economic and environmental sustainability.
We look forward to working with our teachers and students within the scope of global development goals on our 25th anniversary, which we aim to celebrate with the principle of producing benefit for the society we live in.
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