El Guiño is the student newspaper written entirely in Spanish by students in SYA Spain teacher, Ángeles Errazu's journalism class. View this year's final publication.
SYA Spain students showcase their work in their History of Spanish Art class in their end of year portfolio.
SYA sat down with Rod Skinner, Director of College Counseling at Milton Academy, to discuss how your experience abroad adds value to your college applications.
SYA Campus Reporter, Katie Bauer, who comes from Episcopal High School shares photos from life in Zaragoza, Spain.
The Class of 2016 Campus Reporters have started sending in blogs, videos and photos!
SYA Spain students recently had the opportunity to experience El Pilar Festival, a very important date on the Spanish calendar.
Wondering what our students are doing abroad in China, France, Italy and Spain? Check out our Instagram and see the pictures they've shared.
SYA is pleased to welcome the Class of 2016, which comprises high school juniors and seniors from more than 31 states and seven foreign countries.
SYA Spain students in the Spanish and Mediterranean Art class worked with teacher Álvaro Ávila to improve their knowledge of art history while developing artistic sensibilities and drawing skills.
Read the latest blog posts from SYA Spain Campus Reporters who write about life studying abroad in high school in Zaragoza, Spain.
SYA Spain is the ideal program for students hoping to perfect their knowledge of Spanish and explore the culture of Spain firsthand. From exchanges with local Spanish high school students, to travel, to myriad electives, students at SYA Spain are given the opportunity to become fluent in Spain's language and culture.
El Guiño is the SYA Spain newspaper produced by students in their journalism class.
Students who make the most of SYA are regularly accepted at top colleges and universities. Learn more about which colleges SYA alumni attend.
Students in the Mediterranean and Spanish Art classes showcase their portfolios.
Voces de lo imposible is the story written by the SYA Spain Literature Class of 2013.