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World Language Exchange Program

  Cary Academy proudly features an international exchange program for all sophomores as part of the school's world language curriculum. This exchange program is based upon reciprocal partnerships between our school and schools in Argentina, Chile, China, France and Germany. Cary Academy students have the opportunity to spend 14-18 days abroad--visiting a host school, attending classes, living with a host family, and experiencing daily life in the host community. In return, Cary Academy students and their families host groups of students from our partner schools for a home-stay experience in our own community.  

We invite you to learn more about this exciting opportunity by reading our

2017-18 Exchange Information Guide

Hosting Dates for 2018 Exchange Programs
February 9-15
Germany:  March 17-28
Pilar, Argentina:  April 12-24
Quilmes, Argentina:  April 14-27
France:  April 26-May 8

Travel Dates for 2018 Exchange Programs

China:  May 28-June 14
Germany:  May 28-June 13
Pilar, Argentina:  May 28-June 12
Quilmes, Argentina:  May 28-June 12
France:  May 28-June 14

Pre-travel parent meetings for all exchange groups will take place on Monday, April 30, from 6-7pm in the SEA (Germany, France, China, Pilar) and the Discovery Studio (Quilmes).

 Mandatory Travel Forms for 2018 Exchange Programs
to be signed and returned to exchange coordinator
no later than May 15, 2018.

1.  Trip Permission and Release Form
for Quilmes,   for Pilar,   for China,   for France,   for Germany

2.  Medical Information and Treatment Authorization Form
for Quilmes,   for Pilar,   for China,   for France,   for Germany

3.  Student Agreement Form
for all trips

Students not returning to the U.S. with the group must also complete a Travel Deviation Form.

Additional Forms
Exemption Request Form 2017-18 (for current sophomores)
Exemption Request Form 2018-19 (for current freshmen)

Other Useful Information
Key Dates and Deadlines for the Class of 2020
Portfolio Project and Grade
Hosting a Visiting Exchange Student
Tips for a Successful Exchange Trip



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