We believe it is very important for Xenion students to be ready to take their place in Europe. Since our young people will be the future of Europe, it is vital to begin at an early age to teach them what it is to be European.
Xenion High School students are active participants in both the European Youth Parliament (EYP) and the Mediterranean Model United Nations (Medi.M.U.N.). Every year, teams from the school travel to other European countries to represent their country and take part in conferences and debates. In addition, Xenion High School is twinned with the Liceo Artistico Cassinari in Piacenza, Italy and Thomas St. Ripley, England and operates a student exchange programme with them.
Xenion students are also active on the wider world stage. We participate in the Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Summer Institute; a programme set up to create greater understanding between young Americans and Europeans and foster closer bonds between them.
We regularly take part in international competitions, such as the World Robotics Olympiad, which saw the Xenion Robotics team, national champions, travelling to India to compete against teams of other young people from all over the world in the finals.
Furthermore, our students participate in the Famagusta Students Together Bi-communal programme in which both Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot students participated and collaborated, organised by Xenion High School and supported by UNFICYP.
Find out more here: Educational Programmes 2019-2020
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