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Admissions

Come Join Us!

The Traveling School welcomes applications from any student who has a passion for travel and learning. Our students are looking to take a semester on and reignite their passion for learning. They crave a unique high school experience supported by inspiring teachers. They want to build genuine conneIMG_5397ctions with other teenage girls and mentors while developing a deeper comprehension of the world.

Student Profile:

  • Highly motivated, adventurous, fun
  • Curious, engaged, interested
  • Academically motivated and well-adjusted
  • Seeking challenging academic learning in a non-traditional setting
  • Hoping to differentiate self on college applications
  • Looking for support while thinking about life, school, career
  • Interested in other cultures
  • Desire one-on-one interaction with adult mentors/teachers
  • Want to develop outdoor skills and competency
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    Students of The Traveling School

    Quick Facts

    Student Demographics:

    80% of students are from public high schools 80%
    15% of students are from private and independent schools 15%
    5% of students are homeschooled or attend school online 5%
    60% of students do their own fundraising 60%
    41% of students have received financial aid 41%
    98% of TTS alumnae attend college 98%

    Where do our students call home?

  • We’ve had students join us from Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Washington DC, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. International students from Italy, Zimbabwe, Columbia, Australia, Norway – and Panama.
I frequently recommend semester schools to students and parents so that students can enjoy their immense benefits, including the opportunity to pursue a passion; the experience of living away from home in a different setting and part of the world with a new set of friends; the excitement of learning by doing rather than just learning by listening; and the opportunity to paint on a larger canvas with new paints.
Pat Basset, National Association of Independent Schools