Another host parent went above and beyond, helping our students gain community service experience. Our host parent took our international students, Eric and Leo to the beach to pick up discarded waste with a nonprofit organization. Through this experience, our international students learned about pollution, citizenship, environmental conservation, and community service.
Eric and Leo learning about pollution and the importance of environmental conservation.
Eric and Leo having fun cleaning up the environment.
After all the hard work.
MOON HARVEST DINNER
We are incredibly proud of our homestay department for finding the best host parents who really care for our international students and give them a sense of being home. To celebrate the Moon Harvest Festival, one host parent went above and beyond by creating a themed dinner. Here are some pictures from that night.
Look at the wonderful decorations the host parent set up for the Moon Harvest dinner.
Eating the delicious food prepared by the host mother.
SHAKESPEARE AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL
Our St. Genevieve High School international students got a glimpse of Hollywood and American theatre by going to St. Genevieve's annual event. Every year the school takes students on a picnic then to the Hollywood bowl to watch a performance by famous actors in the largest outdoor amphitheater in America, located in Los Angeles, CA. Our international students had great time eating outdoors and afterwards experiencing a great theatre performance.
Johnson, with our Student Coordinator walking to the Hollywood Bowl.
Students eating at the picnic.
Students waiting to get into the Hollywood Bowl.
Watching the show.