Some of life’s biggest decisions happen when you least expect them. For Indigo Williams, her big decision happened on a train: “I decided to study abroad in Spain while sitting on a train going between Edinburgh and London”, she shares.
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American high school exchange student Waverly Seale, from Portland, Oregon spent an amazing semester living and attending school in Spain. Waverly shares her experience. I have had the amazing opportunity to live in the south of Spain for the second half
High school exchange students from California had an amazing weekend in San Francisco. In one weekend they visited the Golden Gate Bridge Vista Point, the De Young Museum, Twin Peaks, Union Square, China Town, Coit Tower, the Ferry Building, Fisherman’s
I am going to be representing my culture, and since I’ll be an ambassador for my country, I want to break down all of the stereotypes about Spanish people, but I also want to break stereotypes about Americans. I feel
Host mom Linda Hogan and her son Dillon recently traveled from California to Colombia to attend the wedding of their past exchange student Andres Camilo Mendoza. Andres lived with the Hogan family in 2011 and attended high school in Lompoc, CA
CHI’s High School Abroad Program High School Abroad Are you ready to attend high school abroad? The best way to learn about another country is to experience it! Spend three, five or ten months attending high school in another country.
Two CHI high school exchange students are making a splash at Sumner High School outside of Tacoma, Washington. Jules Chesneau, from France, and Jorge Rodriguez, from Spain, have both joined the Spartan swim team and caught the attention of The Courier-Herald.
Brenden Barta is from San Diego, CA and is currently participating in CHI’s High School Abroad program in Northern Spain. Brenden is having an amazing experience so far. He recently visited Salinas Beach which is the most visited beach on
Alaska exchange student Victor, from Belgium, is currently participating in CHI’s Academic Year Program. Victor is living and attending high school in Craig, Alaska and he is having an amazing homestay program so far. Since arriving in August he has been
We ask that all of our high school exchange students become involved in their community by doing some type of volunteer work and we are extremely proud of their efforts. Some students go above and beyond to be of service