Matsudo High School, from Japan. made a springtime visit to their sister school, Del Oro High School, in Loomis, CA. The school visits annually each spring for three weeks. All of the host families have a child at the local high school. This is a true cultural exchange experience. They had a great time visiting the high school and attending a cooking class. CHI’s Group Homestay Program builds bridges between cultures, one family and one student at a time.
Japanese Sister School
WHY BECOME A HOST FAMILY
You may not think your life could change in just a few weeks, but with Group Homestay it can. The program lets you experience what it is like to open your home, share your culture and create a bond that will last a lifetime. From the moment your participant arrives, you’ll be able to feel the world getting just a little smaller.
You’ll have conversations about how your home works, the types of food you eat and what activities you enjoy. You’ll share your culture, and your student will share theirs. You’ll find more similarities than you think. In a small amount of time, your student will have a large impact on your life and your world view, and your connection can last a lifetime.