In this program, it is given priority to Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Common purpose of these subjects is to enable pupils to develop scientific thinking skill, to relate causes to effects, to interpret and practice them. Subjects are delivered in a manner to increase pupils' interests, to create continuous learning enthusiasm. Pupils are given opportunities to experience, experiment and benefit from the technological facilities. This program aims to raise pupils as the individuals who learn how to learn, become aware of the nature and their surroundings, transform their theoretical knowledge into practice.
Science education enables the pupil to learn how to speak by thinking, how to express his feelings properly, how to take fast and appropriate decisions, how to observe his surroundings, how to make use of computer technology on the topics relevant to science. Within this understanding:
Programs are drawn up according to the individual needs on the basis of subject for the preparation of further education and the life.
Subjects are delivered, without rote-learning, through the methods providing pupils with analytic thinking, synthesis, interpretation, conclusion-making skills,
Subjects are supported through individual experiments in laboratories, slides, CD's, interactive presentations and internet,
Pupils are assessed on "unit comprehension" examinations at the end of each unit. Upon the results, pupils' deficiencies are eliminated.
Projects are held under the supervision and guidance of the teachers within the framework of science and technology activities. Pupils' projects are presented at the end of each year.
2) Social studies
Through History, Geography, Philosophy subjects, pupils are provided learning environments which enable discussion, searching, actively benefiting from library and computer technology and obtaining knowledge instead of transferring knowledge by rote. Assignments and projects which encourage individualism and team working, which enable pupils to become aware of their abilities and potentials, to incline towards the areas that they are interested in are given.
History The purpose of the History subject is to raise individuals who know the past, who can interpret today and who anticipate tomorrow. It has been aimed to enable pupils to know the terminology in parallel with their levels, to integrate national values with universal principles, to claim the cultural past of the land that they live on.
Subjects are delivered by using text-analysis, reading passages, article reviews, narration of historical topics and periods, visual technology and computers. Emphasis is given on delivering subjects not only in classroom or technology classroom but also in cultural centers, museums and historical settings and benefiting from the people as a source.