Students in the Art Club produce works that make use of their talents and imagination. They develop their technical abilities. They become more sensitive and appreciative individuals by participating in art exhibitions.

The aim of the Civil Defence Club is to teach the member students how to be prepared for natural disasters, to inform them about topics like the work to be done before and after disasters, first aid and its importance, the way fire brigades are organised and operate, and the conduct of civil defence in war and peace, and to convey this information to other people.

The club attracts students who are interested in social welfare and want to educate themselves about the precautions and security measures taken against natural disasters. Club activities include civil defence panels and demonstrations, and community service activities.

The Culture and Literature Club aims to encourage students to pursue extracurricular activities in the fields of literature and culture, to reveal their creativity and to become accustomed to working as a team.

During the course of the year, club members are engaged in activities such as the publication of school magazines, the preparation of a social responsibility project and the creation of a wall paper.

The Dance Club practises at school every weekend. Students have the chance to learn some of the Latin dances, modern dance and social dances. We aim to create choreographies in styles like salsa, bachata, cha cha cha and hip-hop, and to exhibit them at the end of each year. In this way, we encourage our students to socialise and have fun. At the end of each year we also attend a major dance festival in which many schools participate, and enjoy ourselves a lot.

Students in the Environment Club learn about relations between humans and their natural environment, and acquire a culture of “living together with nature”.

Throughout the year the club members participate in seminars, trips and symposia related to the environment. The students are in the forefront of campaigns such as collecting waste batteries and promoting recycling.

They grow up as individuals who can take the initiative for the sustainable exploitation and protection of the environment in which we live.

The German Club carries out various activities throughout the school year. We conduct accelerated classes at A1.1 and A1.2 levels in order that the students in the club will have the ability to live and meet their basic needs in German-speaking countries.

“We must delve into our roots and reconstruct what history has divided. We can’t wait for them to approach us. We must reach out to them.” – Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.

Our basic goal as the history club is to understand yesterday, today, and tomorrow better, and to be able to identify the relationships between events.

The goals of the Library Club are to organise the learners’ reading, to develop the habits of reading books and making use of libraries, to ensure that library rules are learned and applied, to acquire new books for class libraries, and to interview writers and poets and organise book signing events with them.

Students in the sports club acquire knowledge and skills related to sports. Sport contributes to the discipline of life. The students participate in the competitions held during the year and help us choose the school team.

The Yeşilay and Red Crescent Club has adopted the principles of participation, planning, productivity, voluntarism and cooperation for the community service work done by its members. The club works to emphasise the importance of the Red Crescent Society and of donating blood, and to develop awareness of certain life-threatening illnesses and how to protect oneself from them.

Hazards like the use of tobacco, alcohol and other harmful substances are also important issues for the students in this club. We explore what can be done to reduce the damage which cigarette smoking causes to individuals and the environment.

The Drama Club works as an amateur theater group that performs a play each year, set at the beginning of the school year. Students are chosen as cast after several auditions for various parts in the play for both on stage and backstage work. Studies start with creative drama activities, diction exercises, dramaturgy studies on the screenplay and continue throughout the year with rehearsals. Students start realizing their potential during this process, thus take their first step into the world of art.

The Chess Club is for students who wish to make progress in the game of chess, learning to develop strategies and to employ tactics effectively. The students gain experience by playing with the other club members, and examine the games of the experts.

In the English Drama Club, a student can, if only for a few moments, become another, explore a new role, try out and experiment with various personal choices and with solutions to very real problems –  problems from his or her own life, or problems faced by characters in literature or historical figures. This can happen in a safe atmosphere, where actions and consequences can be examined, discussed, and in a very real sense experienced without the dangers and pitfalls that such experimentation would obviously lead to in the “real” world.

The members of the translation club take part in the translation of all kinds of material, including poetry, songs and short stories as well as technical, judicial and medical texts. We also work in every field in which students study –machinery, automation and chemistry, for example. We participate in translation competitions held both in Turkey and abroad during the course of the year. We encourage our students to move in different circles.

This club is involved in informing students about the EU and building awareness in this regard. The club also seeks to raise curiosity about European Union projects and generate interest in them among members, and in the school a whole.

The Maker Club aims to add vitality to our students’ learning environments by developing their software, design, 3D Painter and manual skills. Our club students design products using the SolidWorks program and use 3D printing to produce their own independent projects. In addition, they make use of the knowledge they have acquired to produce robots, and to participate in the design and robotics competitions held during the year.

Guided by the Mathematics Department, the Mind Games Club has participated in the Waterloo Mathematics Competition and the Purple Comet Mathematics Competition.

Organized by Waterloo University, one of the most outstanding universities in Canada, the Waterloo Mathematics Competition takes place in the last week of February every year.

When the competitions are over, our students continue to  play various mind games in groups, and to design their own games.

Students in the Music Club receive training in playing the violin, cello, flute, drums, piano, guitar or bass guitar. The students are divided into more than one group. The activities reinforce concepts such as team spirit, productivity, and discipline. Music is made in digital and acoustic environments. Concerts are held both inside and outside the school. Opportunities are provided to participate in national competitions.

The Project Club assists club members and other students who want to prepare a project in the methods of project preparation. It also encourages the students to participate in project competitions held on national and international sites. The most important goals of our club are to provide students with a scientific view of the information they need, and to enable them to take pleasure in exploring.

In the Technical English Club, students are taught technical English terms in parallel with the technical subjects that they are studying. The students are then able to use the terms that they have learned  by translating texts into Turkish or English.

From the east to the west of our beautiful country, from the north to the south of every land of land worth pearls, corals and rubies… Cruise please, let’s go…