SYA China students had the opportunity to visit with the First Lady during her trip to Beijing.
Students from SYA Spain recently traveled to Extremadura, Spain. Check out this video by Campus Reporter Sophie W.
SYA China '13 alum Sophia B. shares with us why she believes you should study abroad in high school with SYA.
Students in the Mediterranean and Spanish Art classes showcase their portfolios.
El Guino is the SYA Spain newspaper produced by students in their journalism class.
Voces de lo imposible is the story written by the SYA Spain Journalism Class of 2013.
SYA alums talk about their high school study abroad experiences in China, France, Italy and Spain in our new video!
SYA Spain students sum up their high school study abroad experience in Zaragoza in this video from campus reporter Daniel B.
After six months at the high school study abroad program SYA Spain we though that we had seen it all. Then, we left for our six day Andulcía trip to explore the distant Spanish south.
SYA Spain Campus Reporter Daniel B. has shot another amazing video that captures students' lives in Zaragoza!
In the last month I have watched a country breathe a sigh of relief, Spain is excited to see...
SYA Spain student Claire R. writes about her busy life in Zaragoza - from Spanish basketball games to chorus concerts to Halloween. Check out her blog!
Read SYA Spain student Natalie S' list of what she's learned so far living in Zaragoza!
SYA Spain journalism students recently attended a panel of Spanish journalists and professors who spoke about politics and the upcoming U.S. election.
Natalie S. is feeling "at home" in Zaragoza, Spain."We are all the adventure seekers, the ones who jump with both feet for the stars hoping we’ll fly instead of fall." Check out her blog!
SYA Spain Celebrates Permanent Home In Zaragoza: On March 29, 2012, Interim SYA Spain Resident Director John Rosen, Spain faculty, staff and students welcomed fellow SYAers from around the globe to take part on the celebration of the official naming of our new home in Zaragoza, Casa Foster 64.
Once you’ve selected your extracurricular activity, you’re rewarded with opportunities to make friends, create memories, improve your Spanish, and a million other unexpected benefits. You’ll never be bored in Spain and you’ll have a year unlike any other! [Read more