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High-school students


 Many schools deliver a British curriculum, but few enhance it. At ESK, we offer a fulfilling and diverse co-curriculum, that goes beyond the UK National Curriculum. Our dynamic curriculum provides students with a wide range of subject options, allowing them to discover their talents and interests. Students follow both the British and International education Systems and all our classes, except for modern foreign language subjects, are taught in English. 

As an international school, we aim to nurture bilingual students and share the common IB World School philosophy — a commitment to a high quality and challenging international education. The philosophy and ethos of a school provide a very important dimension in the development of the whole person. Students are encouraged to understand the importance of Honesty, Sincerity, Respect and
, in all that they do, and to this end, our school builds on character as well as academic ambition and love of learning.



YEARS 7,8 & 9

Students follow the UK National Curriculum in High-School.

Middle School students study the following subjects: Mathematics, Science, Computer Science, History, Geography, Art, Drama, Music, Physical Education, PSHE, Civics, Religious Education, Leadership.

At ESK, We offer a choice of 6 Languages, English, Turkish, French, Spanish, Mandarin and Russian. As a school Requirement, Students take English and Turkish, and have the choice of either French or Spanish at Key Stage 3 Level.

Classes are set according to ability for English, Turkish and Mathematics.  (Where a student’s English is not of a sufficient level, they may be entered into additional English lessons instead of French/Spanish).


YEARS 10 & 11

Students follow the Cambridge International and Edexcel  International GCSE programme and typically take 10 subjects.  Click below to learn more about subject options.

High-school students enjoying the outdoors on campus


YEARS 12 & 13

Collectively known as The Sixth Form, students are given the choice to study either A-levels or the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). Having the option means that students can optimize their Sixth Form experience to suit their learning style, skills and career ambitions. 


The International Baccalaureate provides students with a well-rounded education experiences, challenging their application of knowledge and building skills beyond the classroom, while A-Levels provide a more specialized subject focus, allowing students to dive deeper into specific subject choices.  Click below to learn more about each programme.

students experiment using a microscope
Senior School Students

"Being a student at ESK was more than just studying. It makes you feel like you are at home. My favorite thing about ESK is the close relationships that are developed with both the students and the teachers. ESK means family for me. I'm so lucky to be an ESK graduate. Thank you for everything."


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