The basic targets of education provided in Irmak Schools are to provide our students with such opportunities which would help them become aware of their individual abilities and develop them, teach students how to relate their experiences and observations acquired in school settings to the facts of life, ensure students’ acquisition of such knowledge…



The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP) runs from Grade 5 to 7 and provides excellent preparation for the IB Diploma Programme our school offers in Grades 11 and 12.

The MYP aims to develop independent students who are internationally minded and have the knowledge, attitudes and skills needed to participate in a responsible way in a changing and increasingly inter-related world. Our Middle School was authorized to implement the Middle Years Program (MYP) by the International Baccalaureate Organization on April 28, 2023.



Each of the four IB programmes provides a detailed and developmentally appropriate curriculum or curriculum framework that is broad, balanced, conceptual and connected. IB programmes offer students access to a broad and balanced range of academic studies and learning experiences. They promote conceptual learning, create frameworks within which knowledge can be acquired, and focus on powerful organizing ideas that are relevant across subject areas and that help to integrate learning and add coherence to the curriculum. The programmes emphasize the importance of making connections, exploring the relationships between academic disciplines, and learning about the world in ways that reach beyond the scope of individual subjects.


Advance Placement – AP

As of the 2014-2015 academic year, the students of Private Irmak Schools, which considers the provision of appropriate academic environments as a prerequisite for students to become individuals who can produce values on a universal scale and create differences while preparing them for life, and which offers its students educational opportunities at universal standards, have been included in the AP Program, which allows students to take university-level courses while attending high school and to be exempt from these courses while attending university. Since then, every academic year many different AP subjects are taught depending on our students’ choices and career plans.