The number of US college students studying abroad has doubled over the last decade rising to almost 300,000 students each year.
But you don’t have to wait until college to get global! More and more high school students are taking advantage of international exchange and study abroad opportunities as well. In Seattle alone, almost every public high school either has their own school sponsored study abroad or allows other programs to present opportunities to their classes.
Wading through these opportunities can be a challenge, so I put together this guide to get you started.
The Globalist guide to high school study abroad programs
http://www.seattleglobalist.com | Reagan Jackson | April 2, 2013