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Travel-Study Programs

Experience the World with Webb

The Webb School embraces the world first with a diverse student body from many different regions of the United States and from many different countries. World language travel and study through cultural exchange allows Webb students to “go to the world”, enrich their language skills, explore new places, and serve others. Webb also fosters exchange programs that bring global students to our campus community.

 

Be Part of a Global Community

Webb offers several opportunities for travel abroad each year, organized by faculty both within and beyond the Department of World Languages. These programs are typically scheduled around school holidays and summer break so as to not interfere with students’ academic studies. In recent years, Webb students have traveled the globe, exploring such locations as China, Costa Rica, France, Italy and New Zealand. Travel opportunities vary each year, and there are always faculty members eager to plan trips to locations of student interest.


Travel-Study Opportunities

Ireland and Scotland with Mr. Quinn

Travel for 10 days with Mr. Quinn to Dublin, Belfast, Edinburgh, Loch Ness, the Scottish Highlands and more.
 
Dublin, capital of the Republic of Ireland, is on Ireland’s east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. Its historic buildings include Dublin Castle, dating to the 13th century, and imposing St Patrick’s Cathedral, founded in 1191.

Québec City with Mr. Simpson

Explore Québec City in all its winter glory with Monsieur and Madame Simpson during Winter Break 2022 (Feb. 10-13)! This trip is open to all students who will be in 8th grade or above at the time of the trip. Knowledge of French isn't required, but French students of all levels will have many opportunities to use the language. 



Hands in Hands China Trip

Hands in Hands combines Webb students from the East and the West to become true friends, experience and learn about different cultures. Each June, Webb students are invited to spend 10 days visiting various cities in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong.

The trip The program was created by current parents and students from China and seeks to influence and support students, while contributing to the community and school in a positive way. Here's a video from our trip in 2018