Performance Arts


The Koç School Music program aims to raise individuals who know about various national and international music cultures and pieces, having a repertoire background of these cultures, being able to distinguish between music genres and use accurate music terminology of the pieces they listen to, as well as analyzing them.

MEB music curriculum is applied and curriculum units are enriched with various activities.

Music classes also include instrumental, vocal and digital music training. Students are encouraged to specialize on classical guitar, violin, cello, wind instruments, vocal training or digital music branches depending on their interests and skills. Students are given the opportunity to perform in artistic events of the school in line with their developmental needs and aspirations. In this way, students are supported to improve their aesthetic view and effective communication with individuals and society through the application of team work methods.

Please follow this link for the Ministry of Education curriculum.

You can reach the Music department at E Block 3rd Floor, Extensions 6511/6519.

IB Music

IB Music course follows an internationally recognized music curriculum for the students who prefer to study music. In this course, students are given the opportunity to understand the world’s music, learn about the music of different cultures by studying music history and theoretical considerations, and prepare a musical show at the end of the year as a solo or group performance.
It instils passion for the musical cultures that they are or aren’t familiar with and encourages them to study the similarities and differences between them. The course also aims for the students to be aware of the relations between sound, rhythm and musical background in the songs or pieces they listen to, and make analysis using the correct musical terminology.

Please follow this link for IB music curriculum.


The Koç School High School Drama Curriculum contributes to students’ critical skills, the concretization of abstract and theoretical concepts, enrichment of creativity, development of communication skills, interaction, use of body language, and development of verbal and non-verbal expression skills.

With the drama lesson, it is ensured that the student develops multidimensionally by putting himself in the shoes of others, taking an active role in education and training, expressing himself, increasing the desire and desire for research, being creative, and perceiving life in a multifaceted way. Improves communication and language skills, problem-solving abilities, productivity, self-understanding and ability to follow social events; group planning, listening habits and empathy. It enriches its subjects with in-class applications based on the concept of “learning by doing and experiencing”

Please follow this link for the Ministry of Education curriculum.