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The school is conveniently located near the Ganjlik district of Baku. The building was originally constructed in 1987 by the Soviet Builders Association as the logistics center of a concrete and steel works. For this reason, it is built over a bomb shelter and easily passes seismic testing against earthquake hazard. The building and its grounds underwent extensive renovation to meet up-to-date safety code standards and was finalized in 2018. Further enhancements were made to the building through a significant security grant by the United States government that includes a security-screening entry facility and camera surveillance system. 
Students enjoy the use of the following facilities: updated classrooms and offices, large cafeteria with industrial kitchen, 400-seat auditorium, padded playroom, Early Childhood center, art room, music room, computer laboratory, two secondary science labs, makerspace, gymnasium, 350-meter outdoor track, two libraries, fitness room, cardio room, and a variety of seating areas for outdoor classes to be held. 

The school grounds are fully enclosed by a high wall and screening entryway. Every precaution has been taken to ensure that playground equipment is safe. Most equipment has been purchased from the United States. Students enjoy the use of a playground and covered soccer field with padded artificial turf, large jungle gym, swings, and playground equipment for preschool and elementary children.