Yahya Kemal Beyatlı Secondary School is situated in the center of Kayseri, a modern and historical city in Central Anatolian Region of Capadoccia, Turkey, with a mixed population (more than 1 million) including migrants (Bulgarian, Greek, Armenian and other people from Far East Countries). Our school includes 1113 students from 10 to 13 years old (including a few disabled students)with lowmiddle socio-economical positions and and 68 teachers. Some of the students are orphan and come from rural areas. Disabled students are given two way education; firstly, they are going to half way house and secondly, they are integrated to their normal level class in our school. Our school uses ICT in all classrooms. It also has Science Labs, Computer Labs, Library, Art Class and Sports grounds. After the changes in Turkish Educational System, our school gained a role as completely “secondary constructure”,and this also gave us many responsibilities towards to students and family, because, we are the only path finder to prepare them to their future lives. Our teachers and students in our school are very eager to take part in the project;we would like to have more chances to communicate with people from other European countries, to share our past and present eating-in-school habits and know theirs. We expect a positive impact on the language skills of our students, we would like to know the cultural roots of the other European partners and contribute to develop a common European healthy school diet.Taking part in this project could be a way out of our isolation and right into the intercultural dialogue.Within the project we hope to share nutrition experiences and ideas, as modern life has recently overtaken the traditional dietary habits of our teenagers. The key people for this project are Mustafa Koc, English teacher with experience in EU projects and Tarık Bayrakdar, a teacher of social studies with special and formal training about students' food habits in the school. If they leave their post, the roles will be taken by Gürbüz Çetin, teacher of Turkish language and Yalçın Akkaya, a science-chemistry teacher. Our school's expertise lies in incorporating healthy eating and physical activity across the curriculum in fun and creative ways for many years.