European School, Varese
|European School, Varese|
|Founder||European Coal and Steel Community|
|Sister school||All the European Schools are considered sisters schools|
|Principal||Pála Károly (Hungary)|
|Student Union/Association||The Pupils' Committee of Varese|
|Slogan||"United in diversity"|
|Nickname||ESV, Euroschool, Varese|
|Website||eurscva.eu[permanent dead link]|
The European School, Varese (commonly known as ESV; Italian: Scuola Europea di Varese), in Varese, Lombardy, Italy, is a European School, one of a small number of schools founded by the European Union (EU) for the benefit of its staff in member states. The presence of the school in Varese is mainly because nearby Ispra hosts three institutes of the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission.
The school was founded in 1960. The school has three sections: a two-year nursery school, a 5-year primary school, and a 7-year secondary school. Students prepare for the European Baccalaureate. The European School of Varese is an institution of the European Union. Study at this institution brings a graduation diploma that qualifies for university study in all the countries of the EU.
It was previously recognized as a German school by the West German government, as the Europäische Schule.
- "European School of Varese/Ispra, I-21100 Varese". The Good Schools Guide. Retrieved 2015-12-24.
- "Deutscher Bundestag 4. Wahlperiode Drucksache IV/3672" ( Archived 12 March 2016 at WebCite). Bundestag (West Germany). 23 June 1965. Retrieved on 12 March 2016. p. 12/51.
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