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TRAVEL JOURNAL

Study Abroad in France this summer with Blyth Academy International Summers

France August: Au revoir !

Au revoir ! Bonsoir ! I can’t believe the time has come to write the final travel journal for France August. It’s been an intense, emotional, and exhilarating experience! The anticipation to write exams was high, but for dinner, we took a break and ordered in Thai,...
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France August: From Vimy to Disney

From Vimy to Disney and everywhere in between Bonjour ! Our days in Paris may be winding down, but we have been just about everywhere! Saturday the group took an early, three-hour bus ride to the Canadian National Vimy Memorial. Vimy is Canada’s largest war memorial...
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Rome & Greece August: Athens and Exam Day

Athens and Exam Day Today was the last day of classes for students in Athens (exam day tomorrow!). Students in all classes participated in presentations and finalized their culminating assignments. In the afternoon, students had free time. Most students took some time...

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Blyth Academy’s 12-day program, offered through meaningful, locally driven community initiatives, teaches the kind of lessons that create true global citizens.

Our International Community Service program offers students the opportunity to become engaged in communities abroad by volunteering their time to work on meaningful locally driven initiatives. This allows them to learn first-hand about the world around them while developing their leadership and team-building capabilities—and having fun, too!

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