Sand field with changing rooms.
Under construction from October 1 to December 31, 2018.
Closed from customer service during 25 June – 29 July 2018.
TSYKissä on monipuolinen ja laaja kurssitarjonta. Yleislinjan opiskelijat voivat osallistua erityislinjojen kursseille, mikäli niissä on tilaa.
Äidinkielessä on mahdollista osallistua puheviestinnän päättökokeeseen ja vieraissa kielissä suullisen kielitaidon kokeeseen.
TSYKissä voi suorittaa lukiodiplomin kuvataiteessa, musiikissa, liikunnassa ja käsityössä.
TSYKissä toimii myös TSYKin luonnontiedelinja ja TSYKin merilinja.
Aikuislukion lähes kaikki pakolliset kurssit voi suorittaa verkossa (suurin poikkeus pitkä matematiikka).
Aineopiskelijaksi voi ilmoittautua lukion kansliassa. Päivälukiolainen, joka suorittaa kursseja iltalukiossa, on aineopiskelija.
Turku Main Library operates in two buildings: the old building was finished in 1903 and the new one in 2007.
The restrictions that apply to library services will continue. Short-term visits, maximum of 15 minutes per customer, to the library will be allowed. This includes picking up your reservations, returning loans and browsing the limited selection of materials for loan. The Main Library will close all departments and the entrance to the old library building will be closed. The Linnankatu off-hours return hatch will remain open 24 h.
Turun klassillisessa lukiossa kielitarjonta on erittäin laaja. Perinteisten kielien lisäksi lukiossa voi opiskella lyhyinä kielinä ranskaa, saksaa, espanjaa, venäjää, latinaa ja vanhaa kreikkaa.
Kansainvälisyys näkyy koulussa monenlaisina tapahtumina ja opintomatkoina. Turun klassillisessa lukiossa korostetaan myös eurooppalaisen kulttuurin ja tekniikan opiskelua tulevaisuuden kansainvälisiä työpaikkoja ajatellen.
Turun klassillisen lukion ilmaisulinja antaa monipuoliset kehitysmahdollisuudet opiskelijan omille viestintä- ja ilmaisutaidoille.
Puolalanmäki Upper Secondary School is situated in the centre of Turku and has three historical buildings in its use, one of which is shared with Puolala Junior High School. Top-modern facilities in stylishly renovated Art Nouveau buildings make an attractive environment. The school was founded in 1928 and got its current name in 1976. The music-oriented programme was established in 1988 and it is, since 2004, one of the ten upper secondary schools specialized in music in Finland.
Now It is the Time of the Turku Market Square
Finland’s oldest culture city will be soon 800 years old. The best is still in front of us.
Turku is proud of its venues in which it has allocated resources. Now it is the turn of the Market Square. The living city centre will be a home arena for pedestrians and cyclists. This demands a series of reforms which are linked to each other, and which will serve the needs of all the users of the city centre.
Everything that you have always wanted to know about the New Turku Market Square.
Why Will the Turku Market Square Be Renovated?
We will renovate the Market Square in order to offer a cosy and a living meeting place in the heart of the city centre for everybody.
What Is the City Centre of Your Dreams Like?
Do you want to have a city centre that is completely dedicated for walking? Do you want to have a safe city centre for cycling? How about having a living city centre for the culture? Do you want to have a versatile shopping centre in the city centre? These wishes could come true only if the underground parking facility of the Market Square will be built.
Finland’s Best City Centre for Walking and Cycling
We want to transfer the city centre of Turku to Finland’s best for cyclists and pedestrians. When the cars will be redirected underground, they will make space to a modern and convenient city centre for the people. There will be safe and continuous bicycle roads when the cars will be redirected further away from the Market Square. In addition, there will be plenty of space reserved for the parking of the bicycles.
Renewed Public Transport
About 30 per cent of those who visit the city centre of Turku use the public transport. The Market Square is the centre of the bus traffic. People get on the bus on the Turku Market Square about 22000 times every day.
Towards Richer Culinary Culture and International Ambiance
Traditional public market continues at the Market Square also in the future – and during the construction work. As before, it is worth coming to the Market Square to have a cup of coffee, to buy some vegetables, or to visit the Christmas village, for example.
A City Centre That is More Vivid and Cosier Than Before
Have a cup of coffee in the market square. Enjoy free concerts and presentations. Discover pop-up-shops. Take pleasure in skating in a rink. Visit Christmas village in winter. Enjoy your free time in terrace cafes. Watch kids having fun in the playground. Park the car conveniently underground. This is what the new Turku Market Square is made of – and a lot more!