good education is the basis of future success
Boiko School history, traditions and structure
Boiko Private School was founded in 1994. Since then we have become a leading school in Kharkiv and one of the best schools in Ukraine. A unique educational environment has been created here. The school has become a second home for our students and staff. This is a surprise for many people who come here for the first time. The ages we work with range from toddlers to 17 year-olds. Maths and English are subjects that are taught extensively here. Students pass English tests within the Cambridge English Language Assessment framework. The staff are highly qualified, which enables us to teach all subjects extremely well.
Boiko School structure:
- Early Swimming Centre (1 month – 6 years old)
- ‘Boiko Startup’ Language Centre
- Cambridge English Language Assessment Examination Centre (UA010)
- Nursery school (3 – 6 y. o.)
- Primary school (grades 1 – 4)
- Junior school (grades 5 – 7)
- Junior High school (grades 8 – 9) and High school (grades 10 and 11)
- ‘Boiko Camp’ (6 – 17 y. o.)
Boiko School has all the conditions for the children’s harmonic development in all spheres. The classrooms are equipped with multimedia devices. Other features include a robot technology classroom, a gym, a tennis court, a multifunctional sports field with artificial grass, a swimming pool for young children, and a rock climbing wall.
Aleksandr MakagonДиректор, основатель Boiko Школы
Head of Boiko Private School
PhD in Pedagogy
Serguei BoikoОснователь Boiko Школы
Founder of Boiko Private School
Head of English Department, author of English teaching methodology
Boiko School Laws
School buses are a part
of the school territory
Business casual style
No mobile phones
during lesson time
We are one big family
developing an interest to science from an early age
education methods in nursery school
Boiko Nursery School was founded in 2002 as a part of Boiko School educational complex. After years of operation, the nursery groups number has been increased to six. There are 108 children aged from 3 to 6 and more than 20 staff members working with them. Staff include tutors, nannies, teachers of various subjects (swimming, English and others), psychologists, speech therapists, nurses and cooks.
There is a web camera installed in every nursery group, so parents have the opportunity to see their child’s environment online at all times. The school website has a ‘nursery school for parents’ section, with the timetable of classes, photographs from events, the list of their child’s group, and telephone numbers of tutors and teachers.
The philosophy of Boiko School nursery school is quite a simple one. We believe that a child at this age needs a few basic things like communicating with their family, combining learning with rest and outdoor activities, watching the right kind of cartoons (we have a wide selection of these).
The nutrition scheme is routinely excellent. The food is cooked in a steamer. Our medical staff and cooks decide on the menu, making individual adjustments where necessary. The menu for the following week is displayed in the group cloakroom.
Children who finish our nursery school become first grade students of Boiko primary school. This tradition enables the children to get acquainted with the school, get to know some of the teachers, and learn the rules of conduct beforehand. It boosts their motivation and makes their school days more enjoyable.
Another Boiko nursery school tradition is Parents’ Friday. Such events are created to get the parents involved in the school life of their child and provide them with tons of useful information and positive emotions.
combining rest and learning during the holidays
our summer camp helps you develop while you rest
Boiko Summer Camp has been in operation for years, hosting children from 6 to 17 years of age. After reaching the top age limit, many return and work as team leaders or helpers, reliving their camp experience in another capacity. The camp days are so hard to forget!
Every summer there are 5 themed camp sessions. A team of young and energetic team leaders and professional teachers try to make each day count. Traditional loved-by-all events are followed by new interesting quests, contests and sporting competitions.
We believe that acitve outdoor rest and friendly communication is the healthy environment of every young leader. Every day is so full of things happening, that there is virtually no time left for things like computer games.
Nature in the camp is so overwhelmingly beautiful, that one can hardly believe its relative proximity of the city.
There are regular photo reports about the camp events for parents to enjoy.