You will learn countless things throughout your year abroad, but here are three things that every SYA student will walk away with...
News and Blogs
Campbell, currently a junior at SYA Italy, recently shared several photos that highlight the European architecture and her outdoor adventures!
Christina B. is currently a junior at SYA China and a photographer for our Campus Reporter program.
Students will have the opportunity to explore the magnificent, historical blend of cultures reflected in the island's architecture, art, historical sites, food and people.
"To all of you that are attending SYA China next year, get ready to fall in love with this crazy city. And just when you think it couldn't get any better, it does."
Noah Cantor from Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts in Florida chooses to study in Zaragoza, Spain.
School Year Abroad (SYA) and News-Decoder continue their successful partnership with an April 3 webinar on the future of the European Union (EU) that SYA Spain and France students will participate in.
Pia Labalme is currently a junior at SYA Spain and a blogger for our Campus Reporter program.
SYA France's 50th anniversary celebrations are one week away today and will launch with a Mayoral Reception at the Salons de l'Hôtel de Ville de Rennes on Friday, March, 24, 2017.
"SYA promised that while this project is heavy and requires serious dedication, it is one of the most rewarding things we will do abroad."
SYA France student gives advice to incoming SYA juniors!
"Your life in Spain has the potential to be action packed with adventures and culture. While this is true, it is up to you to take advantage of these opportunities that you are given."
Skiing one weekend, enjoying the coast the next and a Model UN in between! SYA Spain Campus Reporter, Darcy B. shares photos from her latest adventures abroad.
SYA France student, Kate C., blogs about her travels to Paris, Budapest, Prague and Amsterdam during winter break!
Brynn S., current SYA Spain Campus Photographer shares photos of her and her friends' adventures outside of the classroom.
SYA China Campus Reporter, Christina B., shared many photos from their class trip to Yunnan Province.
With the Academy Awards on the horizon, this month we're featuring alums with careers in the entertainment world.
"I believe adaptation, the need to embrace change, and enjoy that feeling of discomfort helped me tremendously throughout my career."
In Maya's latest blog from SYA China she opens up about her meaningful relationship with the calligraphy teacher, Cui Laoshi.
To learn more about our high school study abroad programs, please contact us at email@example.com or 978.725.6828.