March, 2023

After 20 years of working passionately to achieve excellence with and for our students, Liceul Teoretic Școala Mea is organizing the Alumni Gala – 20 Years of Școala MEA, 20 Years of Excellence, which will take place on Saturday, May 27, 18.00, at Bragadiru Palace (Grand Collosseum Hall, Calea Rahovei 147-153).

This event is a celebration of the hard work and accomplishments of our alumni during the time they spent with us, and because we strongly believe that it is vital to recognize their achievements and honor their dedication to education, we will be handing out the Most Alumni Awards and the Legendary LTSM Teacher Award at the event.

Guests will have the opportunity to meet fellow alumni, former teachers and school staff while enjoying music, food, cocktails and interactive activities. Special guests and surprises will make this a memorable evening!

Tickets for the event can be purchased by guests by filling in the form attached to the received invitation. There will be approximately 200 seats available, so please make sure to reply by 6 April. The ticket price will cover food and drinks. Dress code: Red Carpet Chic.

We look forward to celebrating this special occasion together and wish you all the best as you advance in your academic and professional pursuits!

Starting September 2023, Liceul Teoretic Școala Mea is using the Sparta Science Training Programme that allows our students to train safely and avoid any type of accident while doing so. The programme also involves regular monitoring of physical fitness benefits and personalised routines and feedback, depending on the needs of the student. 

February, 2023

Liceul Teoretic Școala Mea invites all parents to take part to our new edition of “Cafeneaua Părinților”, whose aim is to encourage reading amoung students!

The next meeting will take place on Wednesday, February 1st (grades 5-6) / February 8th (grades 7-8) 2023, at 15:00, in our event room and will focus on how the student-teacher-parent team can make the reading process more efficient.


In the coming period, LTSM ICT and computer science teachers will design and deliver internet safety activities in class.
The slogan of the event is “Together for a better internet” and the central theme “Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online”.


From 2022 onwards, LICEUL TEORETIC ȘCOALA MEA will be part of the UNESCO School chain.

As a result, activities and events are held annually at our school to mark the joining of this great organization:

24 October – United Nations Day – “The importance of alliances throughout history”
3 November – International day against Violence and Bullying in Schools – “Antibullying Day”
13 February – World Radio Day – “History of Radio – Best radio shows”
8 March – International Women`s Day – “Successful women – role models”
14 March – International Day of Mathematics – “Famous Mathematicians”

28 February 2022 - Anti-Bullying Day în LTSM

Liceul Teoretic Școala Mea celebrated Anti-Bullying Day on 28 February 2022. On this day, students and teachers marked the positive aspects of their relationship by saying “YES” to non-violence together.

Activities included anti-bullying posters on the doors of each classroom, “The Compliments Project” where students exchanged appreciative posts and the “Take a stand, lend a hand” project – making a banner with students’ fingerprints on it, reminding everyone not to be indifferent to any form of bullying. The dress-code of the day was the pink t-shirt.

November, 2021

Citizen Science
noiembrie, 2021

From 4th to 30th September 2021 our school coordinated a citizen-science project aimed at detecting asteroids close to Earth’s orbit. Mara C. from the 11th grade, as well as students from Mihai Viteazul National High School in Bucharest and Ion Luca Caragiale High School in Ploiesti participated in this project. After analysing the images, the survey participants identified 32 asteroids in the photographs and sent about 120 astrometric measurements to the IASC for validation.
The project was organised by the International Astronomical Search Collaboration (IASC) and the Pan-STARRS telescope network, which provided the students with several sets of images taken with the 1.8-metre PS1 telescope at the Haleakala Observatory in the Hawaiian Islands.
As part of this educational project, participants had:
– the chance to analyse sets of images from one of the most productive telescope arrays in the world – Pan-STARRS.
– New learning experiences through contact with professional astronomy and acquiring working skills in instrumental analysis software used in astronomy.
– personal rewards: the chance to observe asteroids and to contribute through astrometric measurements to a better knowledge of the orbital arc of newly discovered objects.

April, 2021