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Summer Camps & Teen Programs

Teen Programs

The summer experience abroad always pursue objectives that contribute to an integral education, and the language learning is the major objective. Sports, activities and workshops help students feel confident in a new environment. Their self-esteem grows, so does their curiosity about things, and their desire to face new challenges. Their sociability strengthens. We seek to improve their skills and talents and make them feel confortable in a new language. They become more autonomous.Children grow in the values of sociable living, respect and teamwork.

Summer Camps

From 5 to 18 years old - 100% supervision

The summer camps course will be an ideal choice for your children. They are going to stay in a residence where our staff will look after them 24 hour a day and make sure that they feel at home. With 20 lessons per week children will be making fast progress and can practice the choosen language intensively. After class, it'll never be boring: On the residence grounds there is a large area for leisure time activities and sports.


Teen Programs

From 14 to 18 years old - 75% supervision

Students will attend the same campus/facilities as the adult program but all classes are separate from adults classes. In the hostfamily located within a walking distance from the school they will share a room with another teenager. The host family will provide students with 3 meals per day and will enforce the nightly curfew with which students are expected to comply. Outside of the school, teen participants enjoy an independent lifestyle, and are therefore responsible for getting to and from their commitments (classes, activities, meals, etc.). Students are also responsible for making their curfew. This independent lifestyle also means that, unlike in our other camps, afternoon activities and excursions are optional.


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