International Computer High School of Constantza
Tomis No 153, 8700, Constantza, Romania
Tel: (+40) 41 665083
Fax: (+40) 41 545627
170 students, 14-18 yrs
The International Computer High School of Constantza was founded in
1994 with the encouragement of the Republic of Turkey's President
of that period, Mr Suleyman Demirel. It is part of the Lumina Education
Institution, and the aim is to equip students with a high-quality
education mixed with scientific knowledge.
The school offers students a high school education program intensively
orientated toward computer, math, science and English. In addition
to a diploma, the graduate students are given Computer Studies and
English certificates, both accredited by The Ministry of National
Education. Some of the faculty are host country nationals and some
are from abroad. English, Turkish and Spanish languages are taught
The classrooms are computer-aided, with Internet access, and many
of them have audio-visual equipment.
There are modern computer, physics, chemistry, biology and language
labs, along with a well-equipped library with reference books, encyclopaedias
and magazines in English, Turkish, Romanian and other languages.
Class sizes range between 10 and 20 students.
There are clubs such as a Think Bank, Programming, Software, among
others. There is a dormitory for the students from out of Constantza.