Our children are our present and our future. They are our only guarantee for the eternal survival of Turkish culture. With this awareness and our 51 years of experience, we see it as our primary goal to raise our children as individuals who can blend their Turkish identity with universal values, who have internalized Ataturk’s principles, and who contribute to the development of the societies they live in with their full creativity and self-confidence.
For this reason, we started the 2023-24 academic year by establishing two faculties, virtual and in-person, in order to provide the highest quality of education to our students.
We celebrated April 23 National Sovereignty and Children’s Day with enthusiasm, both with the children of the world at our New York Consulate General and online with our students.
The paintings of all our children who participated in our “Peace in the World”-themed painting competition organized for April 23 National Sovereignty and Children’s Day and UNESCO World Art Day, which attracted great attention, were exhibited at the New York Turkish House. We would like to thank Mr. Bedri BAYKAM, who is the jury president of our competition, and our other jury members. We wish all our participating children a productive year. His award-winning works are below.
Language is a transmitter of culture. A nation’s history, values, folklore, music, literature, scientific knowledge and worldview are all parts of that nation’s culture. All these common values are transferred to future generations through language. We are a school that is committed to teaching different parts of our culture to our children aged 5-14, by using our native language and creating a sense of community.