Our motivation is to determine students take actions with greater impact for a healthier environment and realize the crucial importance of collaboration: interdisciplinary and internationally. They should become more aware that being part of a wealthy European community means keeping healthy habits and acting with faster measures against what is harmful. We want our school to be an inspiration for others, since Iasi is the most polluted city in the country, experiencing fast socio-economic changes. In the same time, we aim to increase the confidence of our students that their good knowledge and efforts can have bigger results than they expect, and therefore motivate them for excellence. The team involved in the management and implementation of the project is formed by people with experience in the field of educational projects, having good coordination skills: the head of the school unit, the legal representative; the project coordinator; the financial officer (the accountant of the unit); the staff responsible for monitoring, evaluation and dissemination (including teachers having the necessary skills). We have many teachers in our school that are able to cope with such responsibilities, so replacements are possible at any time with no risks. Since 2008, we are part of the Eco-school World Program organized by the Carpathian-Danubian Center for Geoecology Bucharest, member of the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). We have organized many activities that support sustainable development with actions through which students have learned about waste management, healthy living, climate change, resource consumption, alternative energies, environmental protection and sustainable development. Another project, Learning About Forests (LeAF), increased the awareness of the role of the forest for the environment. Our volunteers participated in the National Cleanup Day, as part of the Community "Let`s Do It, World!" Through this project, they will become more aware of their role in the European ecological community, having the chance to gain more confidence in what they can do. Being part of an educational system where assessment prevails, they have good means to efficiently evaluate the project and monitor its activities, and also extend the outcome through social media. In this aspect, too, our students proved more than efficient. Having gleaned knowledge from multiple domains, they are enthusiastic to participate in actions where changes can be made at greater levels.