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2018-2019 Global Studies Opportunities

STORY BEHIND THE PHOTO: CLS students and Global Studies Director Kelly Willis participated in a Spanish radio interview at our Argentine sister school.



November 6, 2018

Summer 2019 Exchange Meeting #1 February 5, 2019

International Exchange Assembly (for Students)

November 14, 2018

Black Box, 8:00 a.m. (for Parents) Activity Period (for Students)

December 7, 2018

Summer 2019 Exchange Meeting #2 May 8, 2019

International Exchange Meeting (for Parents) Applications + $1,000 Non-Refundable Deposit Due

Library Forum, 8:00 a.m. (for Parents) Activity Period (for Students)

2018-19 Trips Germany Argentina

STEAM in Germany Trip Duration: Two weeks Dates: June 1 – 13, 2019 Trip Leaders: David Taylor and Jessie Sellner

Trip Duration: Long-term exchange for 2-4 students Dates: TBD Sister School: Colegio Marin

Athletics Boys/Girls Lacrosse Trip to Europe


Estimated Cost: $4,000 – $4,600, all-inclusive This two-week trip focuses on STEAM. The trip starts in Frankfurt and includes our sister school, CJD Oberurff, in Bad Zwesten for one week where students will stay with host families, attend classes, visit historic towns, experience medieval architecture and modern engineering facilities and explore the Mercedes museum in Stuttgart. Students will visit the university town of Freiburg and the neighboring community of Vauban, intentionally designed as a sustainable model district. They will finish the trip with two nights in Munich, visiting a FabLab and the Deutsches and BMW museums.

Trip Duration: 10 Days Dates: July 9 – 18, 2019

Costa Rica Middle School Trip

Dates: Dates TBD in June 2019

* Please note that all costs are estimates

due to fluctuating exchange rates, airline and train tickets, hotel costs and the number of participants. The trip will be billed in April to those accounts in good standing.

2018-19 Trips South Africa Trip Duration: Long-term, approximately six weeks

Dates: Mid-July to August 2019

Sister Schools: St. Anne’s Diocesan College (Boarding School for Girls) and Hilton College (Boarding School for Boys) Trip Leaders: Students travel unaccompanied and are received at the airport by their hosts. Number of Students: One boy, two girls


Estimated Cost: $1,500 plus airfare (parents are responsible for making student’s travel arrangements) This exchange is for rising juniors. The boy is housed in the Hilton College’s dormitory on campus and the girls are housed either on St. Anne’s campus or with a host family. Students attend classes and participate in academic and cultural activities. Weekend activities are usually arranged by host families. This exchange lasts approximately six weeks and begins in mid-July.

Spain Culture and Language Immersion Trip Duration: Two Weeks Dates: June 1 – 15, 2019 School: Centro Mundolengua, Sevilla Trip Leaders: Rose Rhodes, Upper School Spanish teacher and Alex Felizzola, Lower School Spanish teacher Number of Students: 16


Estimated Cost: $5,000 (includes flights, airport transfers, insurance, chaperone costs, language class and cultural activities, three daily meals and day trips to Córdoba and Cádiz) This is a two-week AP Spanish preparatory program at Centro Mundolengua with a daily program in Spanish language/culture in small, interactive classes. Daily activities with other international students and a weekend beach trip to Cádiz are student highlights and are included in this trip. Students live in a Spanish family’s home with another student from CLS. All meals are included.


This trip is for students who have completed Spanish II, are recommended by their Spanish teachers, and are in good standing. Get a closer look at the program at

Additional Upper School Global Studies Travel Opportunities

Spoleto Study Abroad

LITA Summer Programs

Spoleto, one of the most beautiful medieval towns in central Italy, is where a collaborative community of artists and scholars gather each year to explore the rich, cultural heritage of Italy while fostering artistic, intellectual and personal growth. The program provides students with a deep immersion in an area of artistic interest. Students ages 15-19 can explore vocal music, instrumental music, visual arts, photography, drama and creative writing — creating a challenging and innovative experience.

LITA brings groups of students in grades 9 – 11, with a minimum of two years of Spanish study, together from all over the U.S. Students depart from either New York or Boston with a group of 10 to 14 students and two experienced leaders. The five-week program includes:

SYA Summer

• Three-day backcountry trek in the Pyrenees in Northern Spain or the Sierra Nevada in Southern Spain SYA Summer, an extension of School Year Abroad (SYA), offers five-week summer programs for high school students in China, France, Italy and Spain. SYA Summer Language Institutes in China, France and Spain are designed for high school students dedicated to dramatically improving their language proficiency. SYA Summer’s newest initiative in Italy has added a Global Studies component. Students take introductory, real-life Latin classes as well as participate in seminars, taught in English, which focus on different global issues each week.

• Week-long orientation either in Galicia or Castilla y Léon • Three-week homestay with weekly group excursions

• Five-day exploration of a major Spanish city

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