The National College Iasi is a public school located in Iasi, Romania. Iasi is the largest city in eastern Romania and the seat of Ia\i County. Located in the Moldavia region, Ia\i has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Romanian social, cultural, academic and artistic life. As of 2011, the city proper has a population of 290,422, making it the fourth most populous in Romania. According to Eurostat, with 382,484 residents, Iasi has the second most populous functional urban area in Romania, whereas more than 500,000 people live within its peri-urban area. Home to the oldest Romanian university and to the first engineering school, Ia\i is one of the most important education and research centres of the country, and accommodates over 60,000 students in 5 public universities. According to the 2002 census, Ia\i was the second most populous Romanian city, and there were 109,357 housing units and 320,888 people living within the city proper. Of this population, 98.5% were ethnic Romanians, while 0.59% were ethnic Romani, 0.13% Jews, 0.13% Greeks, 0.13% Lipovans, 0.08% Hungarians, 0.05% Germans and 0.39% others.In terms of religion, 92.5% of the population were Christian Orthodox, 4.9% Roman Catholic, other religious groups 2.6%. There are currently almost 10,000 Roman Catholics living in Ia\i. The National College was founded in 1828 and it is the oldest school from NE region of Romania. Currently in National College are 1292 students grouped in 44 classes from 5th grade to 12th grade (age 11-19) and 70 teachers. The school demographics includes 0,1% emigrants and 0.2 immigrants. The school is at the highest point at the academic spectrum had had ranked the second place at national level regarding results at national test and Bacalaureate. Also The National College has great results at national and international level in subjects as Math, Sciences, Literature, Foreign Languages, Latin, Sports and Arts etc. The management of the National College is permanently preoccupied of satisfying the needs of its educational services. Periodically the direct and indirect beneficiaries (students/pereants/teachers) are questioned about the quality of National College services. The results design the school curriculum and extracurricular activities in a way that tackle the needs of improving and develop basic life skills and the competencies of leadership, active citizenship and inclusion through volunteer activities and arts.