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Located in south eastern Romania, on the right side of the river Borcea, branch of the Danube, Calarasi has a privileged position being located 120 km from the capital (Bucharest) and 144 km from Constanta, another important city. Calarasi is the largest city in the county. C ă l ă raşi is known for food, melamine chipboard industry, steel industry, paper and prefabs industry. Population 65,181 (Oct. 20, 2011).
Colegiul Naţional “Barbu Știrbei” Colegiul Naţional “Barbu Știrbei” 1940 - opened a boarding high school for 70 students; 1956 - (Liceu) High School for general education (mixed); 1957 - its name was changed to Liceul “Nicolae Balcescu”; 1962 - inaugurated a new building; 1977 - became Liceul “Nicolae Balcescu” with classes specialized in Mathematics and Physics; 1992 - returns to the traditional name of Liceul Teoretic “Ştirbei Vod ă ” and Barbu Ştirbei became patron of the school (Prince Barbu Ştirbei, r.1849-1853, ascended the Wallachian throne on 22 June 1849); 1999 - The Ministry of Education changed its name to Colegiul Naţional "Barbu Ştirbei", starting with the school year 1999-2000. History The high school was founded on 23 June 1881 ; August 16, 1884 - it acquired a new location, the primary schools for boys No. 1 and No. 2; September 20, 1884 - allowed the establishment of a real secondary school; February 19, 1894 - adopted the name Gimnaziul “ Ştirbei Vod ă ” (Royal Decree no. 1898/May 4, 1894); September 1, 1919 - the school became Liceul “Ştirbei Vod ă ” for Boys; Proud past - Promising future
CORE VALUES We Believe: Every student is important to us and deserves the Every student is important to us and deserves the opportunity to acquire valuable experience ; opportunity to acquire valuable experience ; Assessment informs instruction; Assessment informs instruction; Learning is personalized, collaborative, and Learning is personalized, collaborative, and reflective; reflective; Academic excellence is promoted; Academic excellence is promoted; Competence and confidence prepare Competence and confidence prepare students to contribute to the world. students to contribute to the world. Twenty-first Century Learning Expectations: Academic Students will: Speak, read and write effectively across the Speak, read and write effectively across the curriculum for a variety of purposes; curriculum for a variety of purposes; Apply reasoning and problem-solving in all Apply reasoning and problem-solving in all subject matters; subject matters; Express ideas creatively across the Express ideas creatively across the curriculum; curriculum; Use information, media, and technology Use information, media, and technology effectively and responsibly; effectively and responsibly; Develop physical and artistic skills. Develop physical and artistic skills. Our school promotes an environment where academic integrity and honesty are valued. The main aim of our school is to prepare students for post secondary opportunities which include higher education and the labour market requirements.
Social Students will: Assume responsibility for their own decisions and behavior; Demonstrate a willingness to resolve conflicts responsibly; Contribute to the welfare of others; Learn to collaborate effectively. Civic Students will: Foster respectful and productive relationships in and beyond the community; Exercise their rights and responsibilities in a democratic society.
36, Eroilor Revoluţiei 22 decembrie 1989 Street Phone: (+40)242-312968 Fax: (+40)242-312343 Calarasi, ROMANIA E-mail: email@example.com http://lsv.cl.edu.ro/ 36, Eroilor Revoluţiei 22 decembrie 1989 Street Phone: (+40)242-312968 Fax: (+40)242-312343 Calarasi, ROMANIA E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://email@example.com http://firstname.lastname@example.org http://lsv.cl.edu.ro/ - General Information - Mr. Dan Marinache Mrs. Florinela Magdalena Ion Principal Assistant Principal Faculty and Staff: 69 Total Enrollment: 812 (14-18 years old) School Year 2013-2014: 176 days, 50 minute block periods, 5 days per week. Two semesters (September to January and February to June). There are four holiday seasons: Christmas - 2 weeks, 1 week between semesters; Spring (previously Easter) in April - 1 week; and Summer, spanning from the middle of June to September 14). Additionally, during the week before the Spring holiday, special activities (e.g. trips; contests) replace classes. A class can have up to 30 students (25 is considered optimum). Usually each class has its own classroom. The school provides a theoretical training in sciences and humanities. CNBS is an UNESCO Associated School from 1994. As part of this status it works very closely with other ASP schools.
The program Classes begin at 8 am. Breaks are 10 minutes long or 20 minutes long the big one. Classes are 50 minutes long. We have 6 or 7 classes a day.
Grades 9 to 12 use a 1 to 10 grading system, with one being the lowest grade, 10 being the highest and 5 being the minimum passing grade. Continuous assessment is applied, with grades given for each individual work. Some subjects, such as Romanian Language and Maths (as well as Computer Science, Biology/ Physics/ Chemistry, English and History) require partial examinations right at the end of the semester (25% of the student's final mark for a subject). This requirement is mandatory as regulated by the Ministry of Education. Grading A Semester Average per Subject is taken by taking an arithmetical average from all the subject marks - at the end of the semester. A Yearly Average per subject is also taken, and an average below 5 will require the student to take a special exam in August for the subject that he has failed. If he still fails the exam, then he is required to repeat the whole year level again.
High school studies are four years in length, two compulsory (9th and 10th year), two non- compulsory (11th and 12th year). There are no exams between the 10th and the 11th years. National College (Colegiul Naţional) - the most prestigious high schools in Romania, most are each part of at least one international program and are "theoretical" schools. A National College is over 100 years old, and they have a very strong tradition in education. High school students graduating from a College must take the National Baccalaureate Exam (Examenul Naţional de Bacalaureat). The Bacalaureate comprises 2 or 3 oral examinations and 4 or 5 written examinations, usually spanning on the course of one and a half weeks in late June and September. It is a highly centralized, national exam. Passing this exam is the only way to gain entrance into a Romanian university.
Colegiul Naţional “Barbu Știrbei” is proud of its long standing tradition of extensive and popular school events. We appreciate the demonstrated team work and cooperation among staff, students, and parents. Academic programs Congratulations to all who have competed in school competitions in various subjects and the high percentage of graduates admitted to different forms of university education. Our students distinguish themselves through results achieved at school competitions and at the County and National Olympiads in different subjects.
Colegiul Naţional “Barbu Știrbei” EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Programs & Projects Contests & Clubs Other Activities Euroscola Program http://euroscola2013-2014cnbs.weebly.com/index.html https://www.facebook.com/Euroscola2013.2014CNBS.Calarasi http://euroscolacnbs.webs.com/ http://www.europarl.ro/ro/UE_si_tinerii/euroscola/editii_vechi/ed-2011.html InfoMATRIX 2013 http://www.infomatrix.ro/competition/results http://lsv.cl.edu.ro/rezultate/concursuri-nationale-si- internationale/ Open Doors Day LLP Program (Leonardo Mobility IVT &VETPRO) http://lsv.cl.edu.ro/prima-pagina/noutati/ http://lsv.cl.edu.ro/prima-pagina/noutati/ http://ldv-ivt2013.lsv.cl.edu.ro/ CNBS Sport Association Class Advisors LLP Program (Bilateral COMENIUS RO-TR) http://www.ejournal.fi/romaniaturkey/index.php?action=IMagazine::logout() LMT Club https://www.facebook.com/clublmtcalarasi Student Council Academy of Central European Schools Program http://www.aces.or.at/ac_project.asp?ID=229&b=4947 http://www.aces.or.at/ac_project.asp?b=1214&ID=54 IMPACT Picselii Club Debating Europe Schools http://www.debatingeurope.eu/2013/10/30/debating-europe- schools-romania/#comments http://www.debatingeurope.eu/2013/10/30/debating-europe- schools-romania/#comments Environment Online - ENO http://www.enoprogramme.org/ Theater team PirandelloIon Vlad - Art and Essay Contest World Water Monitoring Challenge http://www.worldwatermonitoringday.org/ CNBS Radio Station Together Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow http://www.voluntariatcnbs.webs.com/ http://www.voluntariatcnbs.webs.com/ ISCFC Project http://footprint.stanford.edu/index.html Red Cross ACES Academy International Village http://lsv.cl.edu.ro/proiecte-si-activitati-extrascolare/proiecte- nationale/international-village-progect-%E2%80%93-slovacia-iunie-2013/ http://www.internationalvillage.eu/?home,9 DNA-Day Essay 2013 http://www.dnaday.eu/index.html http://www.dnaday.eu/index.html Xperimania 2011 http://www.xperimania.net/ww/en/pub/xperimania/xp_iv/competiti on_1/gallery.cfm http://www.xperimania.net/apps/eun_apps/xperimania/2011/publi c/index.cfm?id=38296&lang=en&fuseaction=app.entry Participation in projects, sports, clubs, events, etc. is a privilege and not a property right. We are proud of our high rate of participation in sports and extracurricular activities. There is a high correlation between student involvement and academic success.
Environment Online - ENO World Water Monitoring Challenge
Working with our partner school in this Comenius project in order to enhance lifelong learning skills that will contribute to pupils' employability in the increasingly mobile Europe of the 21st Century. The Romanian COMENIUS Team Published by Colegiul National “Barbu Ştirbei” Calaraşi - Romania October, 2013 This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This presentation reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Edited by students in grades 9-11: Corina Ştefania Tudorache Vlad tef ă nescu Gabriela Marin Alexandra Ioana Munteanu Assisted by: Gica Dumitrescu, Gratiela Preda and Marinela Dinc ă, COMENIUS Coordinator Project Project reference number: COM-13-PBL-45-CL-RO-TR