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Tag: Year Long Homestay
One of CHI’s Academic Year Program students was recently featured in local online paper the Sandy Post. The article titled Meet the new girl introduces year-long homestay student Karolina Jaworska from Poland. Please take a moment to read this wonderful article and get
Kenna O’Brien and her family had mixed feelings about hosting a high school student for 10 months. Welcoming a foreign exchange student from China into their home was certainly an adjustment. However, before long Mo became a loved member of
Academic Year Program participant Carlos Arizpe Garcia-Nieto, from Madrid, Spain, was an exchange student in Tennessee this year. There was something extra special about the bond that Carlos shared with his host family. Carlos lived with a single mom with
Host families in Illinois are ready to welcome their 2013-2014 exchange students!
CHI Academic Year Program student Ryosuke Suzuki, from Japan, and five-year old host brother Terence, both recently graduated. Ryosuke graduated from high school and Terence graduated from pre-school. Congratulations to you both!
CHI Academic Year Program student Henning, from Germany, shares this great video where he introduces Washington state as well as South Kitsap High School, located in Port Orchard, WA. Henning is joined by other exchange students who attended South Kitsap High
Before completing their year-long program, a group of CHI exchange students visited Disneyland in Anaheim, CA. Disneyland is affectionately known as The Happiest Place on Earth and we think they would agree! Front Row: (LT-RT) Cindy from China, Nami from Mongolia, Paloma
Eight foreign exchange students (including a few CHI participants) from Burroughs High School in Ridgecrest, CA were recently interviewed for local paper, The News Review. The students talked about their experiences during their time in the U.S. Take a moment
Before classes ended at Coronado High School in Lubbock, TX, CHI Academic Year Program student Hiroyo Masuada, from Japan, was announced as one of three winners in a local art contest. Hiroyo’s art teacher wrote the following message: “I am