Creative schools

The purpose and objectives of the establishment of creativity schools:

Creating conditions in all regions for the further development of talent of talented young people interested in the field of literature and creativity.

Excellent teaching of literature, linguistics and foreign languages to talented young people.



There are 9 creativity schools named after famous writers and poets (246 teachers teach 1,623 students).

Among them are Muhammadrizo Ogahi (Khorezm), Ishakhon Ibrat (Namangan), Abdulla Kodiri (Tashkent), Hamid Olimjon and Zulfiya (Jizzakh), Ibrayim Yusupov (Republic of Karakalpakstan), Erkin Vahidov (Fergana), Abdulla Oripov (Kashkadarya), Halima Khudoiberdi Syrdarya), Muhammad Yusuf (Andijan).

In 2019, 3 creativity schools were opened. Ogahiy in Khiva, Halima Khudoiberdiyeva in Gulistan, Abdulla Kodiri in Tashkent.

In 2020, it is planned to open creativity schools in Bukhara (Mukhtor Ashrafi, composer) and Surkhandarya (Rozi Choriyev, artist) regions.


From the new academic year:

The curricula of creativity schools will be improved and new specialties will be added.

In particular, 25 hours per week are allocated for teaching Literature, Literary Process, Public Speaking, Folklore, Textual Studies, Journalism, Translation Rules, and Drama (175 hours in grades 7-11);

Creativity schools students study and analyze the 100 best examples of world cinema and the 100 best works of world literature.


The difference between a creativity school and a secondary school:

Students are admitted from 7th grade on a competitive basis.

In particular, from the new academic year, the curriculum of creativity schools will be improved.

Textbooks and curricula for 12 core subjects (mother tongue and literature, history, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, computer science, education, Russian, English, geography, pre-service) will be redesigned and interactively taught.

Some of the 10 complementary subjects (music, fine arts and drawing, technology, physical education, history of world religions, state and law, etiquette, patriotism, economics and entrepreneurship) will be integrated into the core subjects and the rest will be taught as electives.

Students of creativity schools become future translators, journalists, linguists, scientists, poets, writers, diplomats, as well as patriots.