Year & Semester: The slender country running over half the length of South America is an ideal home for the adventurous, Spanish- loving study abroad. As one of the most politically and economically stable countries Latin America with one of the best education systems. In their spare time, young Chileans like to get together at friends’ houses or go to the movies. They like to gather in the town square, go to parties and dance, or just hang out in the local café. You will most likely attend a private high school. Most school days begin around 8 a.m., have one hour for lunch, and end between 4 and 6 p.m.
Summer Homestay: This seven-week program is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the lifestyle and culture of Chile. Spend your summer in the Southern Hemisphere, living with a host family and learning about Chilean life and culture. There will be an emphasis on engaging with your host family and taking part in their daily activities.
In their spare time, young Chileans like to get together at friends' houses or go to movies. They also like to gather in the town square, go to parties and dance, or just hang out in the local café. Your host school may offer some after school activities that you can get involved with. Lunch is the main meal of the day and usually includes meat (beef, lamb, pork or chicken) or fish with rice or pasta and vegetables. Between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. most people have a meal called onces, where tea or coffee is served with bread and butter or marmalade and possibly cakes or some other kind of pastry.