History and Physical Structure:

Our school was founded in 1973. Since 1985, education has been provided in the same building. Our school, which is built on 11.890 square meters area, has 23 classrooms, 6 laboratories, Special Education Class, Justice Practice Room, Accounting Practice Room, Marketing Application Shop, STEM Room, PearlsRoom, Conference Hall, Dance Room, Indoor Sports Hall and Library.



Our school has 

·        Information Technology,

·        Office Management,

·        Accounting And Finance,

·        Justice,

·        Marketing and Retail departments.


We are working with more than 200 partners in order to provide support to students in business and internship subjects. In this way; We can provide internship opportunities for our students. And we can direct our graduate students to solution partner companies to find a job.


Sportive-Artistic Activities: Basketball, volleyball, football, futsal, athletics, table tennis, badminton and burning ball teams are available. Students can participate in different activities in line with their interests. Our school choir gives a concert every year in the biggest cultural center of our district and our Theater Club has a theater play every year.


National-International Projects at School: Erasmus + KA219 PEARLS-Peer Education Project is being carried out in our school.

In the national field, projects such as STEM and Robotic Workshop, Khwarezmi Education Model, Polar Star-Solution-Focused Coaching Center, Book Bank, Blood Donation, Toy Bank, Self Buy and Self Pay, Literature Street, Trinkets Student Shop and History Corridor are carried out.

“Charles Laugier” High School is located in South-West region of Romania in Craiova, Dolj County offering courses in two main domains: theoretical high-school education (Computer science, Natural sciences, Philology, Social science) and post-highschool education. (General Medical Assistants, Pharmacy, Laboratory and Radiology Medical Assistants) to more than 1000 students aged 14 upwards.

The name of the school is Istituto Istruzione Superiore Statale “Charles Darwin” (www.isisdarwin.gov.it). In our Istitute there are essentially two categories of upper secondary school: a liceo (similar to a British grammar school) which provides a more academic training and an istituto tecnico, where more practical and technical disciplines are taught. Pitagora is the name of the liceo (science school – Liceo Scientifico Pitagora) and Marco Polo is an upper secondary technical school for tourism (Istituto Tecnico per il Turismo Marco Polo).

Darwin school belongs to the second cycle of education and its overall length of studies is five years (from the first to the fifth grade), ending with the achievement of “Diploma”.

There are about 1000 pupils of whom 800 are attending courses anti meridian distributed in 40 classes and 200 pupils workers who attend evening classes distributed into 7 classes. Students age ranges between14 and 19. The students that attend the school belong to the social and economically disadvantaged areas from which many them come from, mainly the south-west suburban areas of Rome.

Located in a small spa resort of Anykščiai, in the north-east of Lithuania, Anykščiai Jonas Biliūnas Gymnasium (Anykščių Jono Biliūno gimnazija) is an istitution offering the upper programme of secondary education to its 495 students coming from the town and its destrict. It employs 52 members of teaching staff and 25 people of technical personel.

The Gymansium students are aged between 15 and 19 years of age and are all placed in four different gymnasium grades (1 to 4) according to their age. The school is the only school of such type in the region, that is the other local schools either provide education for younger students between the ages of 7 and 14 or both to those belonging to the lower programme of secondary education and the upper one, like our Gymnasium. Yet another factor that sets the school apart form the other schools in the region is that it employs the best qualified teachers, who guarantee the best quality of education and other assistance needed for their students.

Kogeka 8 (Sint-Maria-Instituut) is a technical and vocational secundary school for approximately 560 students students aged15-19 and 80 (paid) teachers. Kogeka 8 is part of a larger school community, called Kogeka, which consists of 5 different schools, with approximately 4600 students and 700 (paid) staff.

Kogeka 8 offers education in two departments: Business and Care. For this project we would select and involve students and teachers from both departments, in the ‘Social and Technical Sciences’ or ‘IT & Business’ programmes.