Spain truly comes alive in the summer months, when the locals spend most of their days and nights in festive social gatherings. There is no shortage of opportunities to practice the language. With ISA High School, students are active participants in the culture where siestas, tapas and flamenco take priority over a forty hour work week.
ISA High School offers its students an unforgettable opportunity to live like a Spaniard during the summer and earn college credit in the process. While staying with a Spanish homestay, each day offers a variety of cultural activities and events that will help students stay involved and meet new people from Spain and the United States alike. In addition, the Spanish courses at a local university will help prepare students for the AP exam and earn college credits-regardless of their current Spanish level. Students take advantage of weekends to travel to amazing destinations like Madrid, Toledo, Cadiz, Gibraltar and more!
» Live in quality Spanish homestays
» Experience Spanish culture from an insider's perspective
» Meet local high school students to facilitate language practice
» Experience England's Gibraltar with its rich monkey population and beautiful national park, dance flamenco, or sunbathe on the Mediterranean Sea
» Eat delicious tapas, participate in local activities, and make new friends
» Earn a transcript with 3 college credits from the International University
of Menéndez Pelayo (UIMP)
» Count on our knowledgeable and friendly program directors, who are available 24 hours a day on-site.
» Advising and support
» Airport pick up/Drop off
» Tuition & official transcript from the UIMP upon completion
» Host family housing
» Overnight excursions to Madrid,Toledo, Cadiz/Gibraltar
» Four to five star hotels on overnight excursions with breakfast
» Cultural activities
» Weekday meals
» Full time local staff
» On-site ISA office
» Medical & emergency insurance
» ISA High School t-shirtFor more information on this program:
Visit us at studiesabroad.com/hs
Call us at (512) 474 1041