A new course ends and, again, in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. Before the long-awaited summer holidays, the second year groups face possibly the most important exams of their lives: the University Entrance Exams.
The second PAUs of the pandemic start today. An event that brings together hundreds of young people at the same point, and for which health security measures must be taken.
This year, the City Council of Dénia has had to give up the Joan Fuster pavilion to perform these tests in complete safety. From today until Thursday, June 10, several hundred students will occupy the 336 chairs and tables that have been arranged, displaced from the IES Historian Chabás and the Official School of Languages.
Up to this pavilion, which parks the sport for a few days, students who finish high school will come to the centers of Dénia, Ondara and Pego.