Dawson welcomes Chinese, Spanish exchange students

 

April 19, 2019

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The flags from the three countries participating in a student immersion/exchange program were recently raised at the center of the Dawson School campus.

Dawson School teaches language and world cultures to students K-12; by middle school, students can choose between studying Spanish, French and Mandarin, and by upper school, they can choose to apply for Dawson's immersion/exchange program.

Dawson has had long-standing partnerships with schools in Sevilla, Spain, Tours, France, and Chongqing, China, sending Dawson students to live with host families and attend schools there, and in turn, inviting those students to do the same at Dawson.

Earlier this month, Chinese and Spanish students arrived on Dawson's campus - an occasion marked by the flags of China and Spain joining those of the U.S., Colorado, and Dawson at the center of campus. They live with students and their families and are integrated into campus life in every way, from attending class to going to prom - a highlight for everyone.

Dawson's educational program looks for ways to give all of its students a global perspective, and the community values the many ways in which it is enriched by its exchange program.


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Students from Spain and China taking part in an immersion/exchange program arrived at the Dawson School earlier this month.

 

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