School and Extracurricular activities
Applied sciences club
In the High school The Applied Sciences Club was founded – a free, non-formal framework in which students, along with teachers, learn about how science is applied in day-to-day life.
We care about life, too!
This activity involves growing plants in urban areas – mainly the interior of buildings, and is carried out over a longer period of time (1 semester). In this activity we learn about ecology, sustainability and how to sustain long-term activities.
The idea of this activity started from the activities presented by our partners in the De-schooling project. Thus, we invite an HR specialist to simulate an interview , so that students can make a realistic picture of the world of work.
Youth Bridges To Reach Efficient European Citizenship Awareness, who is partnered with Romania, UK, Germany, Turkey, Italy, Sweden, Greece, –implemented in the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 school years(2 years). Within the YBRECA project, the activities of the first year aimed, among other things, at raising students’ awareness of the European citizenship and multiculturalism. For teachers, the activities aimed at implementing new teaching methods in a European multicultural context.
De-schooling in school: re-shaping school practices to bring motivation, grit and choice in disadvantaged youth learning, where our partners are from Romania, Ciprus, UK and Turkey, – in implementation in the school years 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 (2 years). Within the project DE-SCHOOLING, the activities of the first year aimed inter connections for involving students in the community life at the school level and encouraging them to make decisions about the future. Modules were developed that mainly aimed at the development of entrepreneurial and life skills, as well as activities to stimulate creativity and self-knowledge. Moreover, due to episodic character of the activities, the students have learned to plan their activities in the medium and long term.
Guiding students towards successful careers through cross-border collaborations, in collaboration with Nikola Tesla High school in Vârșeț, Serbia, – in implementation in the school years 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 (9 months). Within the project IPA ”Guiding students towards successful careers through cross-border collaboration”, the students in the two High schools have set up 10 practice companies and have been called cross-border entrepreneurship skill worthy.