Study abroad programs
Study abroad programs provide a unique opportunity for students to experience a classroom or learning environment that is much different from ASL. The School supports several semester and yearlong programs for students who wish to study abroad in Grade 10 or 11. Information about these programs and tuition, and the study abroad application may be found below.
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Frequently asked questions
- What are study abroad programs?
- What programs are available?
- What if I want to sign up for a program not on this list?
- To whom should interested students speak about study abroad programs?
- How can a student apply?
- Does the ASL Code of Conduct apply when the student is on a study abroad program?
- Is there a limit to how many students can attend study abroad programs?
- What are the tuition implications of attending a study abroad program?
What are study abroad programs?
What programs are available?
What if I want to sign up for a program not on this list?
To whom should interested students speak about study abroad programs?
How can a student apply?
Does the ASL Code of Conduct apply when the student is on a study abroad program?
Is there a limit to how many students can attend study abroad programs?
What are the tuition implications of attending a study abroad program?
Alzar School is a leadership school which combines academics, cultural exchange and outdoor adventure in the US and Chile for G10 and 11 students, semester I or II. Our school curriculum, aligned with ASL, continues to challenge students academically as they live alongside peers from across the world at our home campus in Idaho, and also dive into a new culture during our time abroad in Chile.
|Idaho, US and Patagonia, Chile||Semester I or semester II||Grade 10 and 11|
|Island School||High school students from around the world join a community to learn outside the walls of a classroom. With the campus and surrounding ocean as a laboratory, and with help from partners at the Cape Eleuthera Institute, the program teaches students how to live sustainably in the 21st century.||Eleuthera, the Bahamas||Semester I or semester II||
Grades 10 and 11
|Mountain School||The Mountain School of Milton Academy gives 45 students from 30 different schools the opportunity to take demanding classes and to work on an organic farm, developing their decision-making skills and collaborative work.||Vershire, VT||Semester I or semester II||Grade 11 only|
|St. Stephens School||St. Stephen’s is a boarding school experience in the middle or Rome combining academics, cultural programs, a strong emphasis on the arts and lots of travel. For G10, semester 1 or II. In developing and nurturing the whole student, St. Stephen’s provides a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, which is balanced by a diverse co-curricular program of arts, sports, trips, and cultural events. Because St. Stephen’s is an IB school, this program is open to ASL G10 students only.||Rome, Italy||Semester I or semester II or whole year||Grades 10 and 11|
|Swiss Semester||Swiss Semester is a program of academic, personal and physical challenges. Students combine rigorous academics with hiking, mountain climbing and skiing.||Zermatt, Switzerland||Semester I only||Grade 10 only|
|School Year Abroad||SYA is the only secondary-level program that allows students to live in Europe or Asia with a host family, emphasizing both language acquisition and a rigorous American high school education. There are approximately 60 students on each of the SYA campuses.||China
|Entire school year||Grades 10 and 11|