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Student Exchange

Life changing experiences – Lifelong friendships around the world

GOALS

  • To experience another culture and develop relationships through online communication, family homestays, group activities, and language development.
  • To foster small group and one-on-one student exchanges whenever possible.
  • To promote world peace.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Middle School Exchanges

ABATONE, ITALY (Coordinator: Sarah Graber)

BARILOCHE, ARGENTINA (Coordinator: Satya Leidner)

CHAMONIX, FRANCE (Coordinator: Sarah Graber)

SHIMUKAPPU, JAPAN (Coordinator: Kamala Marsh)

: middle.school@aspensistercities.com

Aspen Sister Cities, Aspen Middle School, Aspen Community School, and Aspen Country Day School all work together to create a well-balanced program for eligible 8th grade students who are interested in experiencing an international exchange. Students must be in good academic and behavioral standing at their school. It is recommended that students be currently studying the language of their respective exchange country.   In the case of the Shimukappu and Abetone programs, given that such language classes are not available at our schools, an online approved course may suffice.

Click here for a general slide presentation of our program

Go to AMS website/ Sister Cities Program

HIGH SCHOOL

High School Exchanges

GARMISCH P, GERMANY

QUEENSTOWN, NEW ZEALAND

Coordinator: Jill Sheeley

: high.school@aspensistercities.com

Aspen Sister Cities and Aspen High School work together to create a well-balanced program for eligible high school students who are interested in experiencing an international exchange. There are two high school exchanges offered: Queenstown, New Zealand and Garmisch P, Germany. Students must be in good academic and behavioral standing at Aspen High School.

Go to AHS website/ Sister Cities Program

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