High school students can study abroad with Maximo Nivel's program in Manuel Antonio and San Jose, Costa Rica. This program also includes service-learning opportunities, open to 15-19 year olds from around the world. The program is available throughout the year...
91 High School Programs in Costa Rica
The Costa Rica Program allows students to study and travel in the different eco-systems of the country. They have 3 locations in the most pristine yet distinct natural areas of Costa Rica; Monteverde (rainforest), Flamingo (beach), and Heredia (San Jose).
Journey to Costa Rica with Aspire by API for a two-week community service program! Students will meet and interact with locals as they travel around this beautiful Latin American country, in a program designed to intoduce participants to Costa Rica's many communities and diverse natural environments.
Maximo Nivel offers high school study abroad programs in Costa Rica. Students experience Spanish language immersion, international volunteer work, and cultural excursions.
Partake in an incomparable program provided by Travel for Teens. High school students have the chance to explore Costa Rica while rendering community service in two local schools, partaking in rewarding projects, and lending a hand in cleaning a beach. In addition, they get to visit fascinating ecosystems, engage in various enthralling activities, and learn about the local culture.
Costa Rica is a country of environmental wonders and is renowned for its biodiversity and fascinating wildlife. This year, experience the tropical paradise with Projects Abroad through its international high school program. Enroll in a full-time education in one of the Costa Rican high school institutes and engage in volunteer projects and cultural explorations to have a better understanding of...
Rustic Pathways program in Costa Rica is ideal for students seeking an exciting combination of community service, language immersion, and action-packed adventure. Students will be immersed in the Costa Rican culture while giving back to the communities and exploring the countries natural wonders.
Indulge in the Tico culture together with other high school students through ISA's programs in Heredia. The program has a typical duration of one to two weeks and is designed for participants who are 15 to 18 years old. Students will live in a homestay, have intensive language and culture classes at the Universidad Latina, and enjoy organized weekend activities. These activities, which includes...
Participate in humanitarian projects in Costa Rica with Lifeworks International. High school students will participate in programs led by Gail Nystrom, a former Peace Corps member. These programs will help improve the conditions of the Costa Rican community.
Join the Nandamojo Expedition in Costa Rica with Beyond Student Travel. The program indulges the high school students’ thirst for adventure with exciting outdoor activities, while getting them involved in the preservation of the country’s natural beauty. Students will particpate in research projects, that aim to protect Leatherback turtles, and will be working on the restoration of watersheds.
In the Costa Rican journey with Experiment in International Living participants discover an ecological paradise containing a substantial share of the earth's biodiversity, wrapped into an unspoiled natural environment. Students learn the pure life of Costa Rica through immersive cross-cultural experiences and life-changing community service projects.
Maximize what Costa Rica has to offer through Global Works. The high school program provides worldwide participants a chance to engage in Community Service, Language Immersion, and Fun Recreational Activities for two to four weeks. Explore the Costa Rican customs, traditions, and cuisines in one of 26 cities, including Monteverde, San Jose, and La Fortuna.
360 Student Travel provides programs that encourage individual’s inner and outer growth and character. High schoolers travel to Costa Rica and spend the summer in one of the selected locations in the country. Get involved in a diverse program that combines Community Service, Language Immersions, and Adventure Travel.
Students have three program options to choose from upon traveling to Costa Rica with AmeriSpan Study Abroad. High school students may partake in teenage summer camps as well as junior learning programs. To be eligible, students must be between the ages of 13 and 18.
AIFS offers a wide range of unique programs in Asia, Australia, Europe, South Africa and the Americas. Most AIFS campuses offer courses in English or in foreign languages from beginner to advanced levels, so you don’t even have to know a foreign language to study abroad.