Exchange students share stories of life during COVID-19 – Podcast
Sacred Heart students from sister schools around the world discuss their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Exchange students around the world share their unique Christmas traditions
12 Upper School students are still finding ways to share holiday traditions with their assigned exchange student across the world through video calls and social media networks.
Students develop cross-cultural relationships through virtual exchange
Sacred Heart Greenwich sophomores continue to keep the Network Exchange Program alive, despite travel restrictions. Members of the virtual exchange program engage with their exchange students through different internet platforms in hopes of eventually meeting them in person.
Through the Sacred Heart Exchange Program, eighth grade students may spend one week at another Sacred Heart school in the United States. Exchange students live with a host family, and then host a student from the same school.
Upper School students may spend from two to six weeks at another Sacred Heart School in the United States or abroad. Exchange students live with host families or in the host School’s boarding facilities. This program offers our students a unique opportunity to broaden their global awareness—academically, socially and culturally—while experiencing a new level of independence within a secure environment.