High School Programs in Senegal

12 High School Programs in Senegal

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Learn more about different aspects of Senegalese culture through Projects Abroad international high school program. Travel and live in Saint-Louis for several weeks with a host family and share life experiences, as well as a deep and long lasting friendship. This program includes Language Immersion, Cultural Exploration, and Volunteerism.

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Where There Be Dragons provides high school summer study abroad programs in West Africa in the country of Senegal. Students embark on an eight-week journey of experiential learning. While on the program, students learn local languages, explore markets, interact with local vendors, visit rural villages, and do service projects in small communities.

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The Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Abroad (YES Abroad) program, provides competitive merit-based scholarships for U.S. citizens in secondary school (age 15-18.5) to study for one academic year in select countries. Includes: round-trip airfare, room and board;orientation; in-country support; cultural activities; school tuition (where applicable); secondary medical benefits; visa fees;...

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If you’re looking for a meaningful way to spend your long break from school, sign up for our 2017 Senegal 21 Day Service Adventure. Smithsonian Student Adventures offers you and high school students from across the United States the opportunity to participate in a service project. This program will take you to Dakar, Jaibalito, and Mbour where you will engage in plenty of activities that ar...

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Senegal Style African Drum and Percussion School is an all-inclusive program that incorporates professional instruction in either English or French in African Dance and three different indigenous drums, the Djembe, Bougarabou, and Djun Djun. The school is looking for students who want to learn the true "Art of the Drum." The intensive drum workshop is held four hours a day, five times a wee...