Aeromodelling Club teaches students to create simple cardboard schematic flying gliders. This club offers an opportunity to explore general engineering principles, schematic glider modelling, and the design, construction, and aviation of small air vehicles. Members of the Aeromodelling Club not only acquire practical knowledge in aerodynamics but also develop essential skills such as drawing, precision, coordination, and cutting.
Digital Marketing Club provides students with practical experience to secure a successful future in the field. Members of the club learn the details of planning and implementing effective marketing strategies, mastering search engine optimization techniques, and gaining proficiency in data analysis. The club’s curriculum includes hands-on training in utilizing various digital marketing tools such as Google Ads, Facebook Ads, and more.
Model UN club engages students in a realistic simulation of the UN General Assembly and its various bodies. Through public speaking, critical thinking, and in-depth research, members of the club take on the role of ambassadors for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). They actively participate in debates advocating for solutions to global challenges such as gender equality, climate change, and more.
The club offers students an opportunity to not only understand all the essential moves and terminology but also learn the rules of debut play, check, double threat, open and double quiche, and the etiquette observed in chess tournaments. The club provides members with opportunities to showcase their skills, compete with peers, and further enhance their understanding of the game by participating in both internal and external school tournaments.
Debate Club empowers students’ oratory and confident communication skills. Through active participation, members strengthen their abilities in thought structuring, research, and note-taking. The club is aimed at developing critical thinking, argumentation, reasoning, and the effective use of evidence.
Native Speaker (English)
Native Speaker club offers an environment for students to enhance their communicative English skills while interacting with a native speaker. Engaging in discussions and collaborative group activities, students can expect to sharpen their language proficiency and fluency. This club is designed for students with an English language proficiency level of Intermediate Plus and above.
Club welcomes students interested in learning the French language. Through engaging discussions and collaborative group activities, the club aims to develop and improve students’ reading, writing, and communication skills.
Club welcomes students interested in learning the German language. Through engaging discussions and collaborative group activities, the club aims to develop and improve students’ reading, writing, and communication skills.
Club welcomes students interested in learning the Spanish language. Through engaging discussions and collaborative group activities, the club aims to develop and improve students’ reading, writing, and communication skills.
Club welcomes students interested in learning the Chinese language. Through engaging discussions and collaborative group activities, the club aims to develop and improve students’ reading, writing, and communication skills.
Creative Writing Club guides students in mastering writing skills with a focus on clarity and correctness, while enhancing their ability to express thoughts both easily and artistically. Through various club activities, the club strives to foster creative thinking, expand vocabulary, and refine critical analysis and research skills.
Mobile Photo/Videography Club is established for students passionate about the art of photo and videography and centred around practical studies, providing club members with the opportunity to explore the fundamentals of photography and videography while engaging in practical tasks on a variety of interesting topics.
Drawing Club curriculum is centred around practical studies. Students in this club focus on developing their imagination and engaging in various creative activities that foster artistic growth. Throughout the semester, members have the opportunity to showcase their progress and creativity through an exhibition featuring works created during club lessons.
Sculpting Club curriculum is grounded in hands-on, practical studies. Students in this club focus on developing their imagination while actively participating in a variety of creative activities centred around sculpting. The end of each semester is celebrated by an exhibition showcasing the works sculpted by our students.
Drama Club is designed for students passionate about dramaturgy and acting. In this club, members learn stage movements, and the art of improvisation, and master character development. The curriculum consists of a diverse range of acting methods, including the Meisner technique, the Stanislavsky system, method acting, and others.
In this club students learn the techniques, elements, and music that define Georgian traditional dancing. The primary goal of our club is to provide a source of enjoyable physical activity while promoting a healthy lifestyle for students interested in Georgian traditional dancing.
Football Club students practice various components of the sport, including kicking the ball, stopping, carrying, tackling, and executing short passes in pairs. The club also incorporates exercises to develop auditory and visual reactions. Beyond the field, the club aims to instil a healthy lifestyle and develop teamwork skills and a sense of responsibility among its members.
Karate is a non-violent martial art, emphasizing self-defense and the avoidance of violence. Students explore karate techniques, and movements, and develop crucial life skills, including emotional regulation. Beyond the physical aspects of the sport, the club aims to promote a healthy lifestyle and instil a sense of responsibility in its members. Additionally, mental and emotional strengthening is a key focus, providing students with a holistic approach to personal development.
Throughout the club sessions, students engage in training focused on various aspects of fencing. This includes learning to hold the sword correctly, maintaining the proper stance, observing opponents, executing correct movements during attack and defence, and developing skills such as patience and time control. Beyond the technical aspects of fencing, the club aims to instil a healthy lifestyle and foster a sense of responsibility among its members.
At the Swimming club, students are divided based on their skill levels and progress from beginner stages to professional competence, developing the skills for independent and proper movement in the water. Students gradually learn fundamental techniques, swim in various styles, and gain knowledge of safety rules in diverse water situations.
The tuition fee doesn’t cover Swimming club lessons