By | February 17th, 2017|Latin America, South America|

TTS27 Zenith Project Update by Carsyn Randolph, TTS27 Alumna During our time abroad in South America as TTS27, we felt unconditional love from many wonderful people and communities with open and loving hearts. One of the communities that our group felt welcomed by was the community of Ocutuan in Peru. The community of Ocutuan is [...]

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By | January 24th, 2017|Latin America, South America, Trip Reports|

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TTS20 Celebrating 5 Years

By | November 11th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Alumnae Scholarship The TTS20 Alumnae have traveled far and wide since their Traveling School semester in 2012. They’ve begun to realize their passions and mold them into college degrees and careers. Their Traveling School semester shaped them.  "TTS not only gave me a sense of my self worth, but a realization that I had strength - [...]

The Neuroscience of Creativity

By | October 7th, 2016|Student Work, Videos|

"After coming back from my experience with The Traveling School, I realized that those were the most inspiring and eye-opening four months of my life. I also found that I was able to express myself creatively in ways that I had never had the opportunity to do in a traditional high school setting. This is [...]

Our 6 Favorite Places to Visit in South America

By | September 13th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Our 6 Favorite Places to Visit in South America After 15 years of traveling through Ecuador, Peru, and are some of the best adventures to be had (from our opinion)! Santa Cruz Trek in the Cordillera Blanca mountains of Peru. Check out Cafe Andino in Huaraz as a jumping off point.  Raft the [...]

Fall 2016 – Southern Africa

By | August 10th, 2016|Southern Africa, Trip Reports|

Welcome to the blog for The Traveling School's 28th Semester. Fall 2016, Southern Africa.  Preparing to Transition Home Wrapping up a Traveling School semester is an emotional process. We go through a series of transitional activities to help students process these emotions and to prepare them for what’s ahead. Every semester looks a little different [...]

Why Should You Attend A Semester School?

By | May 11th, 2016|Featured|

Ana Siegel (a Semester School Alumni) writes a wonderful blog post about the life lessons learned by attending a semester school... "To begin, what is a semester school, in the first place? These schools offer a semester-long educational experience for high school juniors, allowing them to return home with “academic credit, out-of-classroom experiences, and a [...]

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The Conscientious Traveler

By | March 11th, 2016|Central America, Latin America, Student Work|

Article by Hannah Noyes, TTS25 Alumna Tourism in Central America is growing. Over 3.2 million people visited Panama in 2012 and travel and tourism contributed over two billion to the local economy. Costa Rica has one million visitors annually, bringing in one billion a year and making tourism its second largest source of income. Communities [...]

The beauty of learning…in Africa.

By | January 25th, 2016|Featured, South-West Africa, Student Work, Uncategorized|

by Natalie Trono, Traveling School Alumna, TTS22 southern Africa semester. When I was a freshman in high school, I learned about The Traveling School through an upperclassman. I was automatically inspired by the school’s message and decided that it was opportunity I couldn’t pass up. Now, almost two years after my semester abroad in southern [...]

TTS27 Spring 2016 Semester Blog

By | January 22nd, 2016|Latin America, South America, Trip Reports|

Welcome to the TTS27 Spring 2016 Semester Blog.  Dear Traveling School family, Sitting in our hotel in Miami, our minds are elsewhere: with our girls waking up at home, with our girls shooting through the sky, homeward bound on planes, and with our girls cherishing their last hours together (for now) in the room next door. [...]