News & Events

 


 

Students. Are. Back!
Students are back, and we are grateful! In these first weeks, it has been heartwarming to watch them exploring their communities and getting to know their teachers, host families and classmates through the new Immersion Unit. Enjoy these snapshots from the first weeks of September and read more about the start of the 2021-2022 school year in this issue of SYA Now.

 

News Highlights


LYNÉE CONNELLY NAMED THE SYA FRANCE CLASS OF 1974 FACULTY CHAIR IN MEMORY OF PETER GREER AND CHARLES HAMBLET

Lynée made her way to Rennes in the fall of 2019 as an English Teacher and College Counseling Liaison for SYA France students. She remained with SYA throughout 2020, taking time to collaborate and plan for the year ahead with her colleagues across all campuses.

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YOUR IMPACT:
CURRICULAR INNOVATION

Orientation, innovated. The Immersion Unit was designed with great intentionality to help students explore their local cities through fieldwork activities.

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School Year Abroad Stories

School Year Abroad

A personal look back from Director of Advancement Erin Ericson

This year, you will likely read many reflections and remembrances from those who lived through the events of September 11, 2001. As you can imagine, SYA’s story is somewhat unique in that September is the beginning of our school year, when students are boarding planes for their adventure abroad.

School Year Abroad

SYA alumni, faculty and others make amazing things happen in the world.


This year, the SYA Awards Committee is pleased to announce its award recipients in recognition for outstanding contributions to SYA and the greater world.

Featured Recent Event: Celebrating our Trailblazers of Coeducation

Meet some of the first women of SYA. Go back with them to Spain and France in the early 70s and hear about their experiences as Schoolboys Abroad admitted its first female students.