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To maintain a cutting-edge educational environment, we are committed to continuous improvement and innovation. Recognized as an innovative school in 2017, we tirelessly enhance conventional teaching methods by integrating modern technologies in the classroom, expanding interactive learning techniques, and embracing collaborative activities such as teamwork, project-based learning, presentations, and theatrical performances that engage and excite our students.

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In 2017, our school embarked on an innovative educational project following official approval. The primary objectives are to bolster student motivation and nurture essential skills such as creativity, presentation abilities, and teamwork by introducing novel subjects.

Our curriculum is enriched with project-based and web-based learning, experiential expeditions, and role-playing games. We employ the design thinking approach, positioning students at the heart of the learning journey.

A crucial element of our innovative approach is our dedicated faculty. Our teachers continuously refine their methods and skills to address the evolving demands of the modern world and cater to the unique requirements of the “digital-native” generation.

Which are the new, interdisciplinary subjects?

In the 8th grade

The Personal Development course is introduced to enhance students' personal abilities, psychological understanding, and learning styles. This collaboration between teachers, mentors, and Innovation Management Academy coaches ensures a comprehensive approach.

In the 9th grade

9th grade marks the beginning of the Interpersonal Development course, while 10th grade focuses on leadership and teamwork. These courses aim to refine students' self-awareness and social skills, offering educational strategies for skill enhancement and new learning opportunities. The David Colb methodology is applied to profile personal and learning styles, with outcomes assessed annually.

9th and 10th grade

Students explore engaging subjects including Ethnography and Social Anthropology respectively, along with studies on the Human and Living Environment, enriching their upper secondary education experience.

Teachers across disciplines collaborate on project-based “study expeditions”, following a successful model from XP School in Doncaster, England. This approach, integrated into select courses at the “Prof. Ivan Apostolov” Private Language Upper Secondary School, promotes interdisciplinary learning.