• NPHS Students travel the World
    JapanNew Providence High School Japanese students participated in the Annual Science Exchange with students from Koshi High School in Fukui, Japan. The Japanese students visited New Providence in March and then New Providence students visited Japan in April of this year. The students are pictured in front of the Daibosatsu in Kamakuru the ancient capitol of Japan. The group also visited Tokyo and Kyoto"s Kyomizudera, Sanjuusangendo, Toji, Gion, the Imperial Palace and Gardens, Hiroshima"s Peace Park and Peace Museum and Fukui for three days. In Fukui students presented their scientific research in Japanese in front of second year students from our sister school Koshi Senior High School.
    A montage of pictures from the Japanese students visit to the US are shown below.

    Spanish Exchange

    New Providence High School students participated in the Spanish Exchange this April. The group arrived in Madrid Airport and were met by a busload of their Spanish hosts. The students traveled together by bus to Toledo, and spent the afternoon sightseeing. The group then proceeded, to La Hoya ( Elche) where they spent the rest of the time living with their Spanish families. The students traveled together with their hosts and teachers to the Mediterranean cities of Guadalest, Altea, Benidorm and Valencia, during the week. On the final day, the host parents prepared a traditional paella luncheon for the students. The New Providence group had a wonderful time, everyone was able to practice and improve their Spanish, eat interesting foods, and see and experience new places


    French Exchange
    New Providence High School students travelled to Rouen, France in April, and were hosted by French students from our sister school, Lycee Corneille. As well as enjoying time with their French friends, the American group visited Versailles and its gardens, The D-Day beaches, Omaha and Arromanche, the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame, Le Sacre-Coeur and toured the neighbourhoods of Paris. The American students really lived the French life. They not only spent time with their host families, they also enjoyed shopping, eating French food, playing video games and had a friendly US/French laser tags rivalry which they won . New Providence students also attended lessons at school for two days where they appreciated the cafeteria food. The trip was an extremely rewarding experience.
Last Modified on May 1, 2012