3 grade 9 students fly to Germany

April 3, 2017

_MG_0930Now on its 4th year, the Goethe Institut (GI) under the PASCH Initiative “Schools: Partners for the Future” (Schulen: Partner der Zukunft) will grant a 3-week scholarship to St. Peter-Ording, Germany. Three students, all grade 9, were selected after a series of exams. Eung-Ki Lee, Kelly Camille Alair and Andrea Colleen Glova are set to fly on May 2017 for the said scholarship.

Due to positive feedback, GI has granted Liceo U 3 slots this year. The scholarship covers travel and visa costs, accommodation, food expenses, trips and excursions, health and travel insurance, and allowance.

The aim of PASCH is to create and strengthen a global network of some 1500 partner schools with special links to Germany. This is designed to arouse and sustain young people’s interest in and enthusiasm for modern-day Germany and the German language – especially in the priority regions of Asia, the Middle East and Central and Eastern Europe.