The Republic of Turkey was the first foreign country to recognize the independence of Kyrgyzstan. One of the priority areas of friendly cooperation between the two countries is the education system.
After gaining independence, the innovators of Kyrgyzstan accepted with interest the proposals of Turkish teachers to open Kyrgyz-Turkish lyceums. “Sapat” is considered the first sign of a new type of school, lyceum and gymnasium in Kyrgyzstan, where education is conducted in accordance with world standards. On May 2, 1992, a cooperation agreement was signed between the Ministry of Education of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Turkish educational association “Sebat”.
By the decree of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic dated July 4, 1992, a male lyceum was opened in Bishkek.
In parallel with this, in the 1992-1993 academic year, children’s lyceums were organized in the city of Osh and the village of Ak-Suu of the Issyk-Kul region, which began to accept the first students.
In the 1993-1994 academic year, the Bishkek lyceum for girls “Aichurek”, a children’s lyceum in the cities of Jalal-Abad, Naryn, and the city of Kadamzhai met their students.
In the 1994-1995 academic year, Tokmok and Kyzyl-Kiya lyceums “Sapat” began their activities.
In 1995, women’s lyceums were opened in Jalal-Abad, in 1998 in Osh, in 2002 in Talas and in 2004 in the village of Chok-Tal on the shore of Lake Issyk-Kul, and in 2004 a children’s lyceum began its work.
In 2014, a lyceum for girls “Umut” was opened in Tokmok, in 2015, a general education lyceum named after Zhaiyl Baatyr.
This moment is especially important with the launch of innovative schools of a new type, a student-centered approach to education and upbringing, as well as the selection and support of especially gifted children.
Our goal is to prepare an educated, tolerant, responsible global person who will be able to improve life on earth and will have a sustainable direction in the global space.
To be the best institution in a changing world with enduring personal qualities and the ability through education to bring up wise youth useful to their country and the whole world.
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The international educational institution “Sapat” is the only private complex educational institution in Kyrgyzstan, which has branches in all regions of the country. Since 1992, MOU “Sapat” has been helping to unlock the potential of students, creating comfortable conditions for them.
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