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Check out our great students arriving in 2017! New profiles posted daily!
It's the season of giving, and what better way to spread the message of love and thankfulness than by welcoming an international high school student into your home! AYA is currently accepting host family applications for the 2017/18 academic year.
Choosing a student now has many benefits:
Start building a relationship with your student early on
Get students enrolled in school before slots fill up
Have something to look forward to all year!
Contact our office today to learn more about students arriving next fall.
At this time of resolutions, planning and goal setting for the year ahead, it is delightful to share the following from Muzne R. from Kenya. Muzne is enjoying her time as an AYA student living in Florida. She describes some highlights of her year so far, including one amazing accomplishment that she can take off her list of New Year’s resolutions from now on – and a friendly challenge for other exchange students to try something she really enjoyed.
Hi, my name is Muzne. I am an exchange student from Kenya. Currently, I am living with a nice family in Lady Lake, Florida. I am sixteen years old and am about to write my most amazing experiences in America.
Making History: 3 AYA Students Enjoy Championship Season
Good things come in threes! When the Rossville Bulldogs football team won a state championship a few weeks ago, they not only achieved a three-peat (three straight championships), but they did so with the help of three AYA students! Kelly, their Local Coordinator, wrote us about these exchange students that had the time of their lives and made a big contribution to their high school winning the Kansas 3A Championship in overtime.
Like many AYA students at this time of year, Sophie, an exchange student from Germany, has reached the milestone of her first 100 days in the United States. Sophie writes a blog (in German) about her high school exchange experience and was kind enough to provide the following translation of her entry about the first 100 days.