Your Impact: Course Offerings that are Uniquely SYA
Best in Class
SYA’s curriculum is our mission in action. In addition to their six required courses which typically include host country language instruction, an experiential language course, English and mathematics, students at each campus have their choice of unique electives designed to enhance their local experience. Here’s a look at some of our most popular offerings.
Your gifts to SYA enable us to offer these interesting courses for our students.
The Language of French Cinema
History meets filmmaking in the popular French Cinema class taught by Eva Pena at SYA France.
The Science of Food
Olive oil, wine, bread, cured meats and cheeses all play a part in SYA Italy’s popular Applied Agroecology course.
Spanish Theater: a Showstopper
Featuring Spanish literature from both sides of the Atlantic, this class hones language and acting skills in a fun and engaging way.
Back to Virtual School with SYA Italy, March 29, 3-4 p.m. EDT
SYA Day Town Hall, April 5, 1-2 p.m. EDT
SYA in DC, April 12, 6:30-8:00 p.m. EDT
Registration is closed and waitlist has opened.
Back to Virtual School with SYA Spain, April 19, 3-4 p.m. EDT
SYA in London, May 22
Registration opens in April
Slip on your shoes and step into the life of an SYA student! Prepare to shadow our students, experiencing everything from the walk to school to completing your homework.
Throughout the day, there will be opportunities to participate in games, win prizes, unlock challenges and more ... including the next pop-up shop! What will we have in "store" for you?
Scores of SYAers have careers centered around academia: from early childhood education to community-centered instruction.
This month you will find the first installment of alumni who teach at the secondary education level. (There's still time to add your name to the compilation.)
Calling all alumni in the field of education
From teaching to support staff, let us know where we can find you and be included in the next issue.
In "Moments of Springtime," Hope says, "The spring is my favorite time of the year, and in Rennes, there is something enchanting about le printemps as it encompasses me in its tender hold."
In "Further Along, Farther Afield," George laments on how quickly the end of the school year is approaching, and new activities have begun to take place to further explore beyond the familiar.
In "The Abroad Phenomenom," Lorna describes the moment when "the sense of unfamiliarity washes away and the chatter around you becomes clearer than music, and street signs become more useful than a phone."
Catch up on all campus reporter activity, including vlogs, here.
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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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