Renaissance students participate in Intercultural Exchange Program

Renaissance High School is participating in an Intercultural Exchange Program with the U.S. Embassy in Spain called: Visiting Spanish Teachers. It is an International Program where our students have the possibility to learn Spanish taught by Native Speakers. The teachers at Renaissance have done several exchange projects where they have been working together with Cardenal Xavierre Dominicos High School in Zaragoza, Spain and King Richard III College in Portals Nous in Mallorca, Spain. They have been exchanging videos on their neighborhood, cities, their services and comparing them with what they have in Spain. It has been so rewarding that Spanish Teacher Ms. Nuria Guillen-Pueyo says they are willing to repeat the exchange again.

 

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