The admission is open now for the 2020/2021 school year — you can apply now if you start the 8th, 9th or 10th grade in September, 2020.
For children to overcome future obstacles, it is important to maintain their natural curiosity and desire for learning.
Budapest High School reimagines what we used to think about traditional ways of learning.
If someone strives to be more intelligent or more talented, they need the will to learn, practice, and make efforts to become greater. Students would like to receive more from the school than just a certificate.
Creativity is as important now in education as literacy and we should treat it with the same status.
Everyone knows about those instances when children spend a significant amount of time doing something that captures their interest. This level of immersion is what makes learning efficient. Students of Budapest High School can be immersed in workshop activities every day, surrounded by their peers with similar interests.
Our aim is to not only find our way in the digital world, but rather to shape it and become inventors of the future.
Producing creative media content is an efficient way of improving reading comprehension and writing skills.
It is possible to understand and try out everything from robotics to psychology. Students may learn about the environment or even the behaviour of atoms.
We search for local and global challenges, develop proposals for their solutions, and test them in our environment.
We are interested in the children themselves, not their grades. Therefore, we designed an application process specifically to come to know them as well as possible
Browse through our webpage and check the detailed descriptions of our workshops. Think about which workshop speaks to your heart the most, as you will need to choose one of them later. During the first year, you will have the opportunity to gain insight into the workings of each workshop.
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The application option is ongoing until we have free places.
We refuse to believe in standardised application forms. Instead, we wish to see your unique way of thinking, your interests, and your creative skills.
The application process starts by sending you a form via e-mail, which you need to fill in and send back to us. Afterwards, we will send you topic proposals (you will pick one topic) and some hints about the preparation process so that you may begin working on your project.
The project is an individual work, in which you yourself determine what is important, interesting, or educational for you within the chosen topic.
Prepare a video (maximum. 5 minutes) about the project and send it to us.
There are no restrictions regarding the video; anything and anyone may be included if you believe they are important or help us understand your idea better.
You will have two weeks to send us the link to your project video.
We will be using English on a daily basis at school. We accept levels of absolute beginner as well as advanced and fluent, so it is acceptable if you do not speak English yet. However, it is important to note that we can accept more students with higher knowledge.
To measure your level of English, we will send you a link (after sending back your project video). The link will take you to an online placement test, then you have a week to complete that.
As a next step, we wish to meet you in person.
First, you need to choose the most suitable date for the oral exam (there will be multiple options), then you receive a 'school' type question a week before the personal meeting.
The question may not fit into your interests, but we would like to see that you are confident in such a situation. You will need to prepare your answer by the time of the exam.
At the meeting, you will be able to tell us about your project, and your thoughts and answer on the other question.
There will be 6-7 of your peers along with the Budapest High School team at the oral exam, so you will not be alone.
It will be exciting and inspiring to listen to each other in person.
Do not forget: we may be choosing you, but you also need to come to know us as well as possible before making your decision.
It is incredibly important that both you and your family know exactly what to expect, should you decide to join Budapest High School.
Therefore, we would like to meet your family as a final step. We shall make a separate appointment for this.
We are looking for student who are currently (2019/2020 school year) in the 7th or 8th or 9th grade.
The admission for the 2020/2021 school year is now on. If you are an 8th or 9th or 10th grade student from the September of 2020 your registration is warmly welcomed.
Our schools are powered by our teachers: schools are collaboratively designed and implemented by the teachers. They have collective autonomy to make the decisions influencing the success of a school. Simply put, our teachers decide what and how they teach.
Our Rakpart Highschool stated with more than 50 children and 5 mentor teacher at the beggining of September.
If you are interested and would like to be a part of the Budapest High School team, follow the link and apply!
When children of mixed ages coexist in a group they naturally help each other: older kids learn responsibility and can teach the younger ones what they already know (remember, teaching is the best way to learn something!), and the young ones stretch themselves to catch up to the older ones they look up to.
Budapest High School’s main aim is for English to become a part of everyday learning and communication. What we wish to achieve is for children to use English sources (Wikipedia and so on) as confidently as Hungarian ones when searching for an answer.
In practice, this means that we measure the applicants’ level of English knowledge. We accept different numbers of applicants within different levels of English proficiency (ranging from absolute beginner to fluent).
Our school is placed in a spacious former shop, close to Fővám tér, on Belgrád rakpart (Havas utca corner) is 500 sqm. It has a spectacular view to the Danube.