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Once again, the EIC International Universities Fair was a great success last week. ESO and Baccalaureate students from different schools in the district and from the EIC, families and teaching staff attended the 5th Fair on January 30th with various national and international institutions represented. It was a unique and innovative day in which HE information and guidance workshops were also...
Chinese New Year, traditionally called 'Spring Festival (Chun Jie 春)' is taking place this year between 25th January and 15th February. At EIC, the only international school in Southern Catalunya that delivers Chinese curriculum, we have done some fantastic, fun and educational activities:  Primary: we have explored some celebration songs and learn about Year of the Rat and...
The Joan Petit Foundation raised more than 56,000 euros in Joan Petit Reus 2019, an event which includes a charity roller hockey tournament that is held every year in a different venue, and repeated its celebration last year in the main town of the Baix Camp area. Our school took part in this project and we are very proud of it. Last year, during Sports Week, the EIC ran different activities,...
The EIC SPORT CLUB Girls' volleyball under-16 team playing in Catalan League 3 reached heights last weekend that we could not imagine at the beginning of the season: they are first in the overall classification with 71 points, and without losing a single game in the U-16 category. This gives them the chance to compete on February 1 and 2 for promotion  (Catalan League 2). This is a milestone...
We were pleased to welcome 10 former EIC students for the annual Alumni Lunch just before Christmas. Once they have started their university vacations, they are invited to join us in school for a day to share their experiences. Subjects represented were diverse, including Law, International Relations, Business Administration, Bio Molecular Engineering, Global Sustainable Development, Naval...
The EIC has once again collaborated with “La Marató de TV3” and this year we managed to raise almost 5,000 euros: with the 1 origami campaign = 1 euro we raised 3,900 euros and with our Non Uniform Day we collected 1,073.19 euros more. “La Marató de TV3” is a charity project promoted by Catalonia Television and the TV3 Foundation which aims to raise funds to help research into diseases which have...
As is tradition, for Saint Lucia (December 13th), Primary 3 students turned on the Christmas tree lights. This year it was Miss Neal who switched them on. Students chose her after explaining our tradition because in her country, the United Kingdom, they do not have this custom. The event was accompanied by the guitars of Àlex Mestre, Roger and Eric Castillo.