Nejashi Ethio-Turkish International Schools, founded in 2004, are private K-12 schools, focused on math, science, foreign languages, literature and art subjects.

Our schools accept students from any ethnic and religious backgrounds and provide a fully secular education.

The mission of our schools is to introduce advanced literature, science and math education at a younger age, and ultimately prepare graduates with competitive skills. We offer hands-on experience through state-of-the-art science and computer labs, and provide educational experiences that enhance the teaching and learning of science, mathematics, language and technology beyond the traditional classroom.

Our schools are places where students trust themselves enough to take risks in a safe and supportive environment. We set goals for our students on an individual basis. Learning activities include both cooperative learning and individual projects. Every child makes a special contribution, and our population limited (with a maximum number of 24 students) classes allow each child to be seen as a unique, whole person, with his or her own learning style and pattern of growth. Our students learn to pay attention, concentrate on tasks and use knowledge meaningfully, and remember the facts and ideas necessary for achievement.


Knowing the importance of this issue, we motivate our students through individual attention, intensive counseling, and after-school programs that address their individual learning styles. We expect them to recognize the value of commitment and effort, and to strive toward their highest levels of capability.


Education is complete only if it shapes the individual's character with virtues and develops his/her skills for a successful social life. We see it as our responsibility to provide the students with the values and concepts that shape moral texture of a society.

Our schools encompass a healthy combination of mental, physical and interpersonal activities undertaken in a nurturing, success-oriented atmosphere.

Some of the values and concepts that we consider are;

* Leadership
* Accelerated Academic Program
* Science and Advanced Technology
* Fine Arts
* Study Skills
* Performing Arts
* Character Development
* Physical Fitness and Health
* Competitive and Non-competitive Sports
* Social Activities and Events
* An Environment where Learning is Fun
* Foreign Language Instruction
* Supplementary Classes
* Social Clubs


* To develop a disciplined and practical schedule for school work
* To practice commitment and integrity
* To set goals and strive for higher achievement
* To develop reading, writing, and computational skills
* To practice different ways of learning
* To develop communication skills (listening, verbal and written)
* To develop thinking skills for problem solving
* To use interpersonal skills, ability to work with others
* To increase self esteem, motivation
* To expand organizational skills
* To accelerate foreign language acquisition
* To increase computer literacy



* Adept learners who will master the knowledge and skills they need to think critically, work
  collaboratively, and maintain focus on their goals.

* Actively engaged in their school and community, raising awareness of contemporary issues and
  contributing to their resolution

* Respectful of others and themselves and act as role models for their families and communities.
* The ones who are fully equipped with intellectual and social skills