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In this blog I am going to share my experience of being the only student coming from Cambodia to Kokomo High School.
Ugh...where am I? This was how I felt most of the time during my first day of school.
On my first day arriving in the USA, I was immediately greeted with a warm smile and a hug from my host family. Oh! What a strange and exciting feeling!
In this blog, I am going to share three tips you need to apply to study at a USA High School.
When you study abroad you not only learn about American culture, but also experience the lifestyle of the other half of the world.
First of all, before any test make sure you get a good night sleep and eat a health breakfast! Don’t be too worried, tell yourself “I got this!”
I remember the anxiety I had before my first flight to the United States. The direct flight from Moscow to Chicago lasts for 14 hours and back then it was my first flight longer than 4 hours.
One of the common experiences most international students go through is living with a roommate in a host family house or dorm. Here is some useful advice for when rooming with another international student.
I have to let you know that I am, and always was, a big fan of basketball.
Leaving your country and your family to live in a foreign country with complete strangers is a brave choice, but it can also bring something very good to your life. Even though families in Ireland are very different from Italian ones, they are amazing too.
You will grow as a person while studying in the United States. Other than learning English, here are some of my three observations during my first and a half year experience in the United States.
I do not want to lie… I was sort of scared to have a host family as well because I did not know whether I will get along with them well or not.
Mi chiamo Nicola Bracchetti e vengo da Fabriano, una piccola cittadina nel cuore dell'Italia. In questo momento mi trovo a St.John's, in Canada, poiché sto facendo l'anno all'estero in questo piccolo pezzo di paradiso!
From a normal international student to Miss Congeniality! I would like to share with you my favorite memory of American high school - the beauty pageant.
Every year, around September, when most students start to adjust to the new school year, my school holds a family picnic. Students can invite their families and international students can use this time to strengthen their bonds with their host parents.
Even though it may seem super hard and stressful, do not get stressed out about it! In a nutshell, the only things you need to do are to be positive, proactive, and ready to overcome difficulties.
Hi, my name is Gabriella. I'm from southern Italy but now I'm in Ireland for an exchange semester. I left Italy on August 21st, so I've been living in this enchanting country for over a month already but what makes this adventure extraordinary is the fact that you never stop learning from the first day to the last. I tried to think about the things I learnt the first week of my life as an exchange student and I would like to share with you the five most important.
It's a great challenge for international students to leave their home and comfort zone. But living with an American host family will leave you with a lot of good memories. Today let me share with you my tips from living with host families for three years in American high schools!