The Acceptance of Our National Anthem and A Memorial Service For Our Fallen Heroes

12th of March is the 94th anniversary of the acceptance of Mehmet Akif Ersoy’s masterpiece, our National Anthem, which depicts our nation’s struggle for independence. 18th of March is the 100th anniversary of “The Çanakkale Sea Victory” where we showed the world that a nation can never be defeated by economical superiority. Therefore, we are commemorating these two important dates together and respectfully welcome all those joining us for this ceremony.

Our Turkish Language teacher, Pırıl Üngör Hızar, started proceedings with a speech which was followed by a moment of silence for the Canakkale Martyrs. After The Turkish National Anthem, our students watched “Çanakkale 1915” documentary.

Our school principle, Mehmet Durak, spoke about the importance of national unity and togetherness. This was followed by our history teacher Ertuğrul Sertbaş’s speech, which recalled the heroic stories of our nation. Our student from 6C, Kerem Kurtulmuş, recited Necmettin Halil Onan’s “Dur Yolcu” poem, followed by 10B Ecem Tuana Özdemir’s speech on the meaning and importance of this day. The ceremony continued with an oratorio performed by high school students ended after the performance of the art department.

20 March 2015 Friday
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