Virtain Lukio

Koulutie 12A
Tel: +35834851431 

Contact person: 
Eeva-Liisa Kallionpää

Finnish School Presentation

About Virrat

Virrat (Swedish: Virdois) is a town and municipality of Finland. It is part of the Pirkanmaa region. The town has a population of 6,756  and covers an area of 1,299.07 square kilometres of which 136.73 km2 is water. Apart from the town of Virrat itself, the administratively defined municipality is largely rural and includes many villages. The municipality is unilingually Finnish. Virrat crater on Mars is named after it. The town grew rapidly in the middle years of the twentieth century, and by 1950 the population reached more than 12,000. Virrat acquired town status in 1977, although it had received the right to hold markets three years earlier, in 1974. More details Wikipedia

About the project

Headlines: More Than Meets the Eye  is a two year Erasmus+/KA229 School Exchange Partnerships running 2018-2020. The partnership consists of 4 partners, Finland, Spain, Germany and Greece