High School Abroad Articles

High school abroad doesn't always equal studying abroad! If you're ready to go overseas in high school but need a break from class, here are five great high school abroad experiences which get you outside the classroom.
If you choose to head abroad in high school, you're in for an amazing experience. Here are practical tips on how to make the most of it -- from a fellow traveler who's been there before!
Are you a high school student and considering how you can study abroad? If you have lots of questions, we have lots of answers. This article will help you learn more about high school study abroad programs, how to apply and pay for them, and talking with your parents too!
In 2006, as I was about to head off to college, there was nothing I wanted more than a break. After 13 straight years of school, I was mentally exhausted and itching to explore the world. However, I didn't take a gap year because I didn't have parental support. At the time, discu...
As a high school student who has studied or volunteered abroad, you’re part of a small percentage of teenagers who have taken advantage of the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience life in a different country. While you hopefully accumulated a mountain of memories (and pho...
As a parent, you want your kids to succeed -- and not just in academics, but in their social lives, personal growth, and overall happiness. Yet sometimes, especially with teenagers, we worry when we notice kids becoming socially awkward. We want to help. One of the greatest gifts...
For most, traveling means sightseeing, staying at hotels, and visiting museums. It means eating out, shopping, and always making sure you see a location's major attractions. But for some of us, we want to travel differently. Instead of listening to a tour guide while gliding past...
High school is an exciting time for students to study abroad . Going overseas at such a young age can help improve self-esteem, confidence, and independence, not to mention help them be more competitive during the college application process with added language skills and cultura...
So you've decided to study abroad and you know what you want to study, but you're not sure where to go to study say art history, healthcare, or English lit? With such a beautiful, large world to explore, one of the most difficult steps in the study abroad process can be choosing...
Although studying abroad in university is becoming almost a norm at some schools, high school study abroad is on the verge of breaking into the scene and so are the questions: Will study abroad mess up high school plans? College plans? Can a student study abroad with a specific m...