proposed with the purpose of supporting their school learning and allowing them to prepare for central examinations. The research was conducted with the participation of students in 10th and 11th grades of high schools and in 6th and 7th grades of secondary schools in the central district of Şanlıurfa in the spring semester of the 2014-2015 academic year. Total 120 students -60 of which are in 6th and 7th grades from 3 secondary schools and 60 of which are in 10th and 11th grades from high schools- specified in the centre of Şanlıurfa were selected. In the research made according to the qualitative research technique, data were collected by semi-structured interview form. The students who participated in the research stated that the model was apprehensible and applicable. The opinions of students requesting a Teaching-Family centre having teachers in all branches to give individual attention to the students were grouped into three sub-themes. As related to the first sub-theme, the students expressed their complaints about too crowded classes in the school. The second sub-theme including the opinions of students is the matter that the teachers do not give individual attention to the students and the lessons are taught without considering the individual characteristics of the students so they fail to understand the lessons.