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With the first semester behind them, students have mastered the layout of their new cities and are growing more comfortable with the language by the day. We recently asked our 10 named scholars to share their favorite photos and moments from the first half of their year.
Thank you to our generous donors for making the experience possible for these students.
Back to Virtual School with SYA Italy, March 29, 3-4 p.m. EDT
SYA in DC, April 12, 6:30-8:00 p.m. EDT
Registration opens in March
Back to Virtual School with SYA Spain, April 19, 3-4 p.m. EDT
SYA in London, May 22
Registration opens in April
Alumni with careers in the arts and entertainment fields continue this month with a spotlight on visual and performing arts. (There's still time to add your works to the compilation.)
Calling all alumni in the field of education.
Faculty? Administrator? Support staff? Whether early childhood, academia or community-centered instruction, help others learn what you're doing. Let us know where we can find you and be included in the March issue. Know an alum who works in one of these areas? Submit their info in case they miss seeing this!
The SYA Awards Committee is actively seeking nominations. Help us recognize the individuals who have significantly contributed to our school, their communities or the world. Nominations must be submitted by March 15, 2023, to be considered for this year's awarding.
In "Winter Reflections," Hope reflects on winter break travel and how her adventure away helped her realize where home already was: Rennes.
In "It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No! It’s a Zambomba!," Madeline writes about her first Christmas away from home and learning about another part of Spanish culture.
In "The True American Dinner," Olivia learns that making a simple "American" meal wasn't that simple in France.
In this article Asher writes, "It’s the serenity and commotion that I love about Spain. I must seize the day because I will never again be 17 running around a Spanish city I love."
Catch up on all campus reporter activity, including vlogs, here.
Meet SYA students from the Class of 2022 and learn about their favorite SYA memories. You could be featured, too! If you're in the Class of 2020, 2022 or 2023 (fall semester), please email Sarah in the Admissions Office.
The School Year Abroad Alum Scholarship at Umbra Institute
The Umbra Institute, located in the historic center of Perugia in Italy, has established a scholarship program for SYA young alumni. Umbra offers a wide array of courses and program options for study-abroad students from U.S. colleges and universities. Please contact the Institute with any questions regarding eligibility. This is not a program administered by SYA.
School Year Abroad (SYA) is committed to promoting intercultural understanding and appreciation
through the immersive adventure of fully engaging with different languages and peoples.
SYA guides its students through a challenging curriculum focused on developing skills and
cultural competencies for an increasingly interdependent world.
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