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Referring Students to High School Summer Abroad Programs

By High School Summer Abroad at CIEE

Check out our latest podcast with a college student helping high schoolers have their own life-changing summer abroad experience.

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Do's and Don'ts of High School Study Abroad

By High School Summer Abroad at CIEE

Check out our latest podcast where three high school students discuss their Do's and Don'ts on a high school summer abroad program!

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7 Things to Know About High School Summer Abroad Housing

By High School Summer Abroad at CIEE

High school summer abroad is not just about teens exploring a topic in an exciting location. It’s also about finding a temporary home away from home. Read the 7 things you should know about our housing options.

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A Parent’s Perspective on High School Summer Abroad

By High School Summer Abroad at CIEE

Want to hear from parents who sent their teens on program? Check out our podcast conversation featuring parents of Global Navigators who traveled to China, France, and Spain!

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How High School Summer Abroad Challenges Foster Personal Growth

By High School Summer Abroad at CIEE

In the latest podcast episode, we catch up with our alumni on the challenges they experienced during high school summer abroad and the growth they've seen in themselves since!

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Navigating Culture Shock as a High School Student

By High School Summer Abroad at CIEE

Check out our latest podcast episode where we're talking about the awkward moments and blissful surprises of high school study abroad.

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10 Benefits of Studying Abroad in High School

By High School Summer Abroad at CIEE

Get inspired by reading the top 10 benefits of studying abroad and why high school is the perfect time to consider it!

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Introducing CIEE’s New High School Study Abroad Podcast!

By High School Summer Abroad at CIEE

This week, we’ve officially launched the first episode of our new high school study abroad podcast: “Out of Your Comfort Zone.” Check it out!

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First Impressions of a High School Summer Abroad in Italy

By High School Summer Abroad at CIEE

Mya P.,15, was a participant on the Italian Language & Culture high school summer abroad program last summer. Read about her first impressions of the program.

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From North Carolina to Japan for a High School Summer Abroad

By High School Summer Abroad at CIEE

Jerica A., 17, traveled to Tokyo last summer to participate in CIEE's Global Navigator Japanese Language & Pop Culture program. Read about this adventure!

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6 Tips to Choose Your High School Study Abroad Program

By High School Summer Abroad at CIEE

If you’re considering a study abroad adventure this academic year, follow these 6 important tips to help you choose your program.

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What's It Like to Do High School Summer Abroad in Morocco?

By High School Summer Abroad at CIEE

"If you have the opportunity to do something like this, definitely do it." Christine C., 16, and Mohamad H., 17, flew across the Atlantic this past summer to improve their Arabic language skills in the capital of Morocco. Here's how they describe their program.

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これはさよならじゃないけど、また後でね〜今年の夏はいろいろありがとう

By Julia Nawa at CIEE

My final goodbyes to the 2023 Summer Tokyo Language and Culture Program. Thank you for all the good memories kids and I hope you all continue to learn Japanese; if not, I hope you enjoyed your summer in Japan!

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Pizza a la parrilla? ... Yes, please!!!

By Eblin Molina at CIEE

Pizza is a favorite food of our students and one of our afternoon cultural activities was to learn how to make pizza. This was not just an ordinary pizza. This... keep reading

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Connecting with the Young People of Toulouse

By Christine Yardley at CIEE

One of the best parts of the French Language & Culture program is meeting the people of Toulouse. For one of our afternoon activities, the students split into four smaller... keep reading