Cemberlitas Anatolian has been among the prestigious high schools in Istanbul since the 1970s, and has gained the attention of high school students with its high achievements and central location. Our school was one of the earliest schools that was transformed into ‘foreign language based’ high school as known as super school’in 1992. In the following years, Cemberlitas High School was among the most productive examples of the mentioned practice in the context of academic education and university placement rates throughout the country. One of our objectives is to be able to make our students be well-educated individuals who are aware of science and technology, tolerant, participant, modern, democratic and secular, respectful to diversity, open to change and development, rich at least one foreign language and also who accept learning as the basic need, live their values and make them to live, have high moral value, have self-confidence. The other primarily objective of us is to become one of the most successful schools not only in Istanbul but also all over Turkey. Our school is in the heart of the historical peninsula of Istanbul including all the historical buildings and monuments of UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Our school is nearby the Column of Constantine and only 300 meters away to The Grand Bazaar, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace & Hagia Irene, Blue Mosque, Basilica Cistern, The Million Pillar, German Fountain and The Obelisks of Egypt. Our school has 565 students, 1 headmaster, 2 assistant directors, 44 teachers, 4 caretakers and 1 security guard. Our facilities include 22 classrooms, 1 science laboratory, 1 library, 1 conference hall, 1 computer laboratory, 1 music room, 1 art room, 1 gym and 1 teachers’ room. Our school takes part in football, basketball, volleyball, orienteering tournaments, debates, composition and poetry competitions. Our motivation to join this project is our desire to share our historical and cultural values with young people coming from other parts of Europe and experiencing their values in their countries, too. With this priceless experience and sharing, we believe that those young people who will take part in this project can learn better how to be an open minded, curious and caring world citizens taking care of common history and building up bridges between different cultures. And also we believe that travelling in Europe will teach a lot to our students and it will be beneficial for their future life. The key people in charge of running the project in our school are Mr. Serkan AYDIN as the headmaster of the school and me (Mr. Burc Ertan BASDINC) as an English teacher. And if something unexpected occurs during the project, we have a back-up team including two English teachers and two assistant directors to carry on this project. In this project we will get help from other branches, too. Especially history teachers will contribute to this project a lot. If needed, our geography teachers can join us as well.