High School Programs in Panama City

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Broadreach International Summer Programs

Earn college credit, certifications and service hours as you explore the world and your place in it. Since 1993, Broadreach has taken over 14,000 students on adventures abroad that inspire new ideas and awaken passions you’ll continue to explore long after you’ve returned home. Have the best summer ever while gaining valuable experience that makes any college application shine.

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Summer Spanish Program for Teenagers 14-17 in Panama City

Looking forward to spending your summer in a unique way? We offer a language program for teens who want to learn Spanish in a fun and international environment and full of outside activities. Come to Panama and have the most fun of your summer! Highlights • For groups or individuals • From 14 to 17 years old • From 1 to 3 weeks duration • All levels of language • Small groups, 7 stu...

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AFS Intercultural Programs: High School Abroad in Panama

The warm and hospitable people of Panama's will welcome you with open arms. The country's name comes from a Native American word meaning place of many fish, and here you'll find beaches of unparalleled beauty with coral gardens lining their shores and rainforests with exotic animals and rare birds everywhere. Mestizos, people of mixed Native American and European descent, make up 70 percent of ...

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Los Cayucos: Panama, The Road Less Traveled

Participate in a 15-day community service and Spanish exposure program in Los Cayucos, on the beautiful San Blas Island of Panama. Ideal for teenagers, this program entails staying and working hand in hand with the Kuna Indians in constructing a community house, paddling cayucos or dugout wooden canoes from one island to another, surfing and snorkeling the aquamarine waters, and exploring the u...

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Neotropical Ecology in Panama

This 12-day program is designed for groups of college and high school students interested in the environmental sciences. Excursions led by experienced biologists include the Smithsonian's Barro Colorado Island and Punta Galeta Laboratory, an Embera and Kuna villages, historical points of interest such as the Fort San Lorenzo ruins on the Atlantic Coast, reef marine ecosystems in San Blas, and m...