The Traveling School provides teenage girls and nonbinary students (ages 15-18) the opportunity to explore the world and learn about themselves through academic, physical, and cultural challenges. Students earn full credit, immerse in new cultures...
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The Traveling School provides teenage girls and nonbinary students (ages 15-18) the opportunity to explore the world and learn about themselves through academic, physical, and cultural challenges. Students earn full credit, immerse in new cultures, develop outdoor skills, and build confidence during this transformational semester.
Potential activities on this semester include:
- Experience Zambia’s wondrous Victoria Falls of the mightly Zambezi River
- Float Botswana’s Okavango Delta in makoros with Tswana river guide
- Study wildlife ecology in Chobe and Etosha National Parks
- Engage in local communities by volunteering in schools and conservation organizations
- Explore the Namib deserts’ diamond ghost towns
- Paddle kayaks and camp along the banks of the Orange River
- Participate in homestays outside of Cape Town
- Encounter South Africa’s diverse cultures and evolving post-apartheid politics
- Rock climb sandstone walls and rappel alongside cascading waterfalls
- This semester is for you if you like: camping, ancient cultures, languages, sand, heat, wildlife, history, colorful markets.
- Honors History & Government of Southern Africa
- Honors World Literature & Composition Southern Africa
- Global Studies
- Honors Environmental Science:
- Math: Statistics or Advanced Financial Algebra
- Leadership & Life Skills
- Physical & Outdoor Fitness
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Environmental Studies
- Environmental Science
- African Studies
- African Languages, Literature
- Housing and Human Environments
- Mathematics, Statistics
- Natural Sciences
- Global Studies
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