Cezeri Technology High School implements its own Cezeri Technology Program, which provides academic achievements, language acquisition, and vocational development.
The Mechatronics branch at Cezeri Technology High School offers specialized training in electronics, software, machinery, control, and automation. The school’s dedicated team of experts and experienced staff prepares future technology leaders by leveraging its state-of-the-art technology base, which includes the renowned J-Tech Workshops. Professional development includes:
• Theoretical and practical training.
• Technopark internships.
• Participation in national and international competitions.
• In-school and out-of-school activities.
The school aims to foster the social development of students based on their individuality. It focuses on monitoring students’ academic, psychological, social, and professional growth. The educational program incorporates course content that promotes character development and facilitates career advancement. Over the four-year education, students receive comprehensive quantitative training and acquire the necessary skills for university entrance exams. Cezeri Academy designs additional courses, programs, and study materials tailored to university preparation. Grades 11 and 12 participate in mock exams and reinforcement programs.
Cezeri Technology High School places English, the global language of scientific and technological advancements, at the core of its program. Throughout the high school journey, there is a strong emphasis on high-quality English education delivered by experienced native educators with international expertise. The goal is for students to attain a proficient level of English that reflects their career development. To achieve this, internationally recognized certificate exams, language camps, peer English training, and language club activities are implemented as part of the comprehensive Cezeri Technology Program (CTP).
To raise generations that can comprehend and apply science and wisdom while embracing morality and virtue to create a sustainable and livable world.
To establish ourselves as one of the leading educational institutions of the 21st century, distinguished by our commitment to nurturing conscientious, happy, virtuous, socially engaged, and productive generations through the innovative Cezeri Technology Program (CTP).
Cezeri Technology High School is a pioneering educational institution that embraces modern and advanced teaching methodologies while maintaining a deep respect for nature and all living beings.
At the core of Cezeri Technology High School’s educational philosophy lies the integration of happiness and virtue, innovation and technology, art and sports, language and cultures, and science and a love for nature.
Our primary objective at Cezeri Schools is to shape the future by nurturing progressive, socially conscious, and virtuous generations.
Mechatronics is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering that integrates machinery, electronics, software, and control fields. It is recognized as the technological engineering of our time and has become one of the most extensively applied engineering disciplines worldwide due to its immense benefits in modern life. The market for Mechatronics products has expanded significantly in recent years, encompassing a wide range of everyday tools, space technology, and various sectors such as defence, unmanned aerial vehicles, robotics, building automation, medical applications, industrial automation, automotive, manufacturing, and intelligent measuring devices.
Today, interdisciplinary learning allows students to explore diverse fields of study. Graduates from the Department of Electrical Electronics at Cezeri Technology High School have many career opportunities. They can pursue occupations such as mechanical engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, computer science, software development, automotive engineering, control and automation, robotics, and material production, etc.
Additional courses and programs equip students with the necessary course content for the university exam.
Unit screening tests are conducted from the first year onwards, while process evaluation is implemented in parallel with the academic needs of the students.
Cezeri Academy organizes accelerated camps every year to support the academic development of students. These camps allow students to fulfil their academic requirements and increase their performance during exams.
To ensure the students’ academic progress, we implement an individual mentoring system in collaboration with the Personal Development Program (PDP) and the Career Counseling Center (CCC). Mentors analyze students’ needs and track customized plans for each student.
We tailor our lessons for the university entrance exams and incorporate question-solving sessions. Additionally, we schedule mock exams to assess students’ proficiency levels. The course and study program are implemented on both weekdays and weekends.
Students receive over 1000 hours of English lessons and can participate in clubs and take additional and elective courses.
Through the four-year intensive language instruction, students acquire the necessary skills to effectively and confidently showcase their professional aspirations globally. English classes taught by senior native educators with international experience contribute significantly to this preparation.
We design English lessons to prepare students for internationally recognized certification exams. All students undergo the English certification exams; the students’ accomplishments in the English certification exams are recorded in their university application portfolios as a testament to their proficiency in the language.
Our approach to language acquisition emphasizes experiential learning, fosters international language exchange, and provides students with opportunities to communicate in English. We organize various activities to facilitate interactions between students and their peers to enable them to spend quality educational time together.
During holidays, we organize language camps that offer students valuable opportunities to communicate in English. By allowing students to apply their acquired knowledge in a fun and enjoyable manner, we facilitate their language acquisition process.
At Cezeri Technology High School, students can access comprehensive training programs and receive expert guidance in cutting-edge technology that will pave the way to coding. Within the school, the J-Tech workshops play a crucial role as an incubation and production hub, nurturing innovation and creativity.
In all mechatronics courses, students are mandated to undertake a project. These projects are supervised by consulting teachers who guide them throughout the process. The projects are divided into phases, and students must complete these phases within each quarter.
From 9th grade through the end of 11th grade, during vocational training, students are expected to obtain approval for a TUBITAK project. Students have the flexibility to choose any stream in which they wish to carry out their TUBITAK project.
In our technology-focused high school, which offers mechatronics training, students in the 10th and 11th grades actively engage with the technology ecosystem. They can explore internships related to their field within the classroom setting. These internships, which are scheduled during the summer holidays, are compulsory for all students.
Cezeri students have the opportunity to exhibit and market the products they have designed in incubation centers during J-Tech workshops.
The Cezeri Career Center strives to align students’ identities with their future aspirations using various methods. It employs character and career inventories to cater to the unique individual differences of each student. Additionally, the involvement of parents in career planning begins as early as the first year. Comprehensive career planning initiatives are conducted through collaborative efforts between schools, parents, and students. As a result, when students are in Grade 11, they are expected to have identified their areas of expertise and established their goals.
The Cezeri Career Center provides personalized university preparation plans tailored to the needs of individual students. The university preparatory program includes comprehensive study materials and additional courses that are conducted in the Interactive Study Hall. Practice exams are scheduled throughout the 11th and 12th grades.
Certificates of achievement in professional, language, academic, and social domains are included in students’ university portfolios. The Career Center conducts information and guidance sessions and assists students with overseas university applications. The university preference and application processes are collaboratively handled with the students, considering their preferences and aspirations.
Cezeri Technology High School offers supplementary programs at Cezeri Academy, which take place outside regular school hours. Cezeri Academy prepares weekday and weekend programs that align with Cezeri’s annual development vision and cater to the specific needs of the students.
Cezeri’s programs focus on student’s professional development, English education, and academic achievements. These programs address students at various levels and are accessible and beneficial to all Cezeri students.
Cezeri Technology High School is a school that aims to be a pioneer in education with its mission, vision, paradigm, educational philosophy, and programs. Turkish and foreign national students can register for Cezeri Science and Technology Schools. You can learn about the registration process and requirements from this page.
Cezeri Technology High School takes into account the procedures of the Ministry of National Education and the admission policies of Cezeri Schools during the registration process.
Parents who want to register for Cezeri Technology High School fill out the online candidate registration form or the pre-registration form by coming to the school. Parents who want to enroll their children in our school with definite registrations come to the school with the required documents listed below and sign the candidate registration form. A proficiency test is held for students in intermediate grades (10th and 11th grades).
Documents Required for Admission
*Student Health Report
*Document showing the LGS exam result
*Last 2-year report card or transcript
*Equivalence certificate approved by the Provincial Directorate of National Education regarding the last 2-year report card or transcript for students coming from abroad
*4 passport-sized photographs of the student (printed copy)
*One passport-sized photograph of the mother and father each
*Identity photocopy of the mother, father, and student
*Residence permit of the parent who will complete the registration procedures
*Custody Certificate if the parents are divorced
**Additional documents required for Foreign National Students
*Passport copies of family members
*Residence / work permit information
9th Grade Students
Pre-interview and Vocational Approach Inventory are applied by the psychological counseling and guidance unit to 9th-grade students who have made pre-registration. The application order is taken into account at the registration stage. The report is shared with the family regardless of the student’s registration status.
Intermediate Grade Student Acceptance
Level determination and School Acceptance Exam are applied for 10th and 11th-grade students within the quota. In addition, a interview and Vocational Approach Inventory are applied by the psychological counseling and guidance unit. The application order is taken into account at the registration stage. The report is shared with the family regardless of the student’s registration status.
Students with Special Learning Difficulties
The documents of students with learning difficulties must be submitted to the registration unit during the registration process. Course and counseling support are provided for students with learning difficulties.
Students with Health Needs
As Cezeri Technology High School, we attach great importance to our students’ health. Doctor’s report is required for students with chronic illnesses that will prevent formal education. If there is a situation that will prevent students from formal education, their registrations are not accepted.
The health status and development of our students with chronic illnesses that do not prevent formal education are regularly monitored by our health personnel…