SD Padres Beat Rival Team!

Rivalries in Major League Baseball (MLB), like in other sports, have occurred between many teams and cities. Rivalries have arisen for many different reasons; the primary ones include geographic proximity, familiarity with opponents, violence, and cultural, linguistic, or national pride. Interleague … Read more

What are you looking forward to?

The August activities calendar is out and it’s time to start planning ahead!  One special event to note this month: we will have a Cowboy/Western theme day, followed by a free country music concert after a Padres game!  What are you excited about for August?

Student Spotlight: ADRIANO!

Adriano De Ciccio is a 23 year old Swiss Italian student.  He was in the army for 14 months before coming to EC San Diego.  Now he plans to look for work and go back to school when he gets home.  In this interview, Adriano shares some of his insights and thoughts about San Diego!   So what made you … Read more

Twin Day

If you saw a bunch of students dressed alike a few weeks back, don’t worry, you weren’t going crazy!  That was just the EC San Diego Twin day!  Students were very enthusiastic and creative with their outfits.  One entire class dressed up alike to win the pizza party grand prize! When students come t … Read more

Pride in San Diego!

Pride parade events celebrating lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) culture. The events also at times serve as demonstrations for legal rights such as same-sex marriage. Most pride events occur annually and many take place around June to commemorate the Stonewall riots, a pivotal moment in … Read more

Teacher Feature: COSMO!

Cosmo Bisazza comes to us from his hometown of Boston.  Along the way, he also taught English abroad in Korea.  He is enjoying the San Diego lifestyle and teaching with EC.  Cosmo is an extremely caring and enthusiastic teacher in all of his classes.  Right now he teaches the Beginning, Elementary a … Read more

Weekly Ticket Winners!

Every week EC San Diego has  a prize drawing for our fantastic students.  In order to be entered into the drawing, students show their commitment to learning English by speaking it both in and out of class.  Teachers also enter those students who excel in class and help encourage other students to d … Read more

Looking Forward to the Long Weekend?

The United States Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, and declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. The most popular way to celebrate are with fireworks, parades, b … Read more