Study Abroad
Study Abroad

​​​​​​​Are You Looking For A Cultural Adventure Of A Lifetime?

Imagine yourself visiting ancient Inca ruins in Peru, touring a castle in Germany or taking dance lessons in Ghana.  Study abroad is an adventure of a lifetime!

 

Why Study Abroad?

  • Grow as a global citizen
  • Learn about and act on issues of globlal significance
  • Learn a new language or increase proficiency in world language skills
  • Enhance your college application
  • Learn about new cultures
  • Make new, long- lasting friendships
  • Understand that the world is one community-- international awareness
  • Gain a new understanding of yourself and your own strengths-- personal growth and maturity
  • Improve your adaptability
  • Build your confidence

A Brief Message from the Study Abroad Specialist​


 


First High School Study Abroad Parent Information Evening

  • Monday, September 30, 2019
  • 5:45pm-6:45pm
  • Herbert Spaugh Professional Development Center - Cafeteria
  • Middle School and High School Students, Parents, and Teachers are invited
  • See the flyer below for more information
 

Second High School Study Abroad Information Evening

  • Monday, January 27, 2020
  • 5:45pm-6:45pm
  • Herbert Spaugh Professional Development Center - Cafeteria
  • Middle School and High School Students, Parents, and Teachers are invited
  • See the flyer below for more information

CMS Study Abroad Programs offer high school students the unique opportunity to increase their understanding of the world. Students learn how the knowledge of other cultures and languages gained through a study abroad experience strengthens global literacy.

CMS does not place students abroad. CMS Study Abroad staff works with study abroad agencies that are approved by the Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET). CSIET identifies reputable international youth exchange programs, provides leadership and gives support to the exchange and educational communities.

 
For more information on CSIET and approved agencies, please visit the CSIET site. www.csiet.org.
 


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