The school opened in 2015.
The school is on a six-day workweek. In the elementary classes – five days. The sixth day is Saturday – the day of creative development. Children are at school from 8:00 to 17:00. Saturday is a short day.
All teachers are highly qualified specialists with experience in primary school, as well as subject teachers in secondary and high school. The school has signed an agreement with a foreign teacher, a native speaker for teaching English.
Education of students from grades 1 to 11 is carried out in accordance with the State standards, the Law on Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Classes of chess, additional teaching materials in English, Maths, and other foreign languages (Korean, French, and Arabic optional) have been introduced to the school curriculum.
The school is attended by girls and boys of different nationalities, as well as children of citizens of other states (USA, Russia, Turkey, Korea, Japan).
The number of students in classes is 20-22. During the quarantine due to the Covid-19 pandemic, no more than 20.
In Russian. This year, the school has additionally opened 1 class with Uzbek-medium instruction.
The language of instruction is Russian and Uzbek. English, Korean, French, Arabic (optional) are taught as foreign languages.
Yes, we have a large selection of creative circles (Mental arithmetics, Creative and Fine Arts, Origami, Choreography, Robotics Technology, Rubik’s Cube), subject circles (Maths, language circles), sports sections (football, volleyball).
The school organizes trips to the historic cities of Uzbekistan, such as Bukhara, Khiva, and Samarkand. In addition, our pupils have opportunities to travel to Bulgaria (Nessebar), Russia (Moscow), Belarus (Minsk), as well as the International Children’s Center “Artek” as part of the international subject Olympiads and tournaments.
“Mathematics without Borders” (Bulgaria), SASMO (Singapore), SNAIL, “Fireworks Pythagoras”, reading competition “Living Classics” (Russia), Maths competition “Kangaroo”.
Yes, we offer a full course meal at lunch (first course, second course, and salad) as well as an afternoon snack.
The tuition fee is five times the base unit for a calculation of retirement pension payment in the Republic of Uzbekistan at the time of the conclusion of the contract. (for today 1 200 000 sums). There are discounts and regular promotions to reduce the cost of the tuition fee.
This could be done upon application of the child’s parents and in accordance with other regulations existing in the Republic.