Colegiul Mihai Viteazul Ineu

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‘Mihai Viteazul’ High School

‘Mihai Viteazul’ is a boarding high school located in the town of Ineu, Arad county, in the west part of Romania. Our school was founded in 1954 and functioned under different names. The institution was renamed as ‘Mihai Viteazul’ College in 2017.

Our school consists of three levels of education: elementary, secondary and the high school. There are about 80 teachers within our school and 975 pupils who study at elementary and secondary school. These levels are local schools. 611 pupils study at high school, which is a regional one. Each level of education consists of four years of study.    

Regarding nationality, 90% of our pupils are Romanian and 10% belong to different nationalities, such as Hungarian, Romani, and German. Some of our pupils commute to school as they live in villages around the town.  

There are a few pupils with special needs in our school who are assisted by teachers. These pupils go to the Child Center in our town after school where they can have lunch and study.

Our high school offers different courses of study, such as: IT, Science, Philology, Economics, Mechanics, Mechatronics, and Electrotechnics. There is also a robotics club in our high school which helps our students develop their IT skills. In addition, there is a folk dance club called “Doina Crisului’, which represents our high school within different regional and national competitions. And there is also a football club in Ineu which involves our students in local, regional and national football matches.

As far as our students’ interest in education, I can say that they can choose their course of study at high school. Most of them prefer to study IT or foreign languages. English is one of their main interests and we have a high percentage of students who take the Cambridge Exams when they are 16 or 18 years old. When our students graduate from high school, they usually go to university to continue their education.

Our school has been involved in eTwinning projects for a few years, and in 2018 we got the third place at the national level for the project called ‘The National Cultural Heritage’. In addition, we have experience in Erasmus+ projects as we wish our students to become active citizens of the European Union. And recently we worked with schools from Washington, D.C. and Japan within online projects in order to offer solutions to the United Nations’ sustainable development goals. In addition, our school is a European Parliament Ambassador School for two years. As a result, we had the chance to visit the European Parliament in Strasbourg and  Brussels, and learned a lot about the European institutions and democracy.

Regarding zero waste and environmental education, our students need to get involved in projects so that they can tell the difference between reducing, recycling and reusing. In this way, they will become environmentally-responsible consumers and will be able to create environmentally-friendly products which are built to last.

 Partnerships and involvement in more international projects are the needs of our school in order to develop our students’ awareness of the global needs and culture. Our students need to get a better understanding of the whole European culture and civilisation, and, in this way, they can become more respectful and tolerant towards other national identities.


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