STUDENT INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES
Students have various opportunities to travel to other countries in Central America (AASCA Schools) and the United States. These opportunities play an important role in experiential education and to learn outside of the traditional classroom setting. We seek to foster and strengthen leadership skills in young leaders.
The International Experiences aim to promote understanding, respect, and effective communication with other leaders and their peers and to empower participants to become a positive influence on their school’s culture.
Some of the Travel Opportunities include:
- MathCounts / Math Relays – Middle School
- AASCA Leadership Conference
- Ivy League Model United Nations Conference
- The Leadership Experience (Lex) Middle School
The Leadership Experience (Lex) Secondary School (6-8 grade)
This program enables students to become familiar with higher education opportunities and requirements as well as cultural events. Students travel to Washington DC to learn firsthand about the U.S. government, politics, history, traditions, and many leadership skills. They visit the Capitol; have the opportunity to perform the Laying of the Wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery.