Co-curricular activities, including trips to Boston and New York as well as sporting, cultural, and social clubs and events, take language learning outside the classroom for a full immersion in the English language.

Clubs & Activities

Throughout the program, students will have a chance to participate in an interest group in which they will be able to share their hobbies with each other. Depending on the interest of our students, some possible clubs would be:

  • Soccer Club – Students will enjoy playing soccer with their peers while learning about each other and staying physically healthy.
  • Drama Club – Students will get a chance to act and participate in theater production while further advancing in their English skills.
  • Cooking Club– Students will enrich their cultural understanding of each other through recipes and multi-


  • Photography Club - Students will enhance their  skills by learning new techniques, taking photos of different subject matter, and sharing their work .

In addition to clubs, students will have the opportunity to participant in various activities to further enhance their well-being and academic skills. Some of these activities might include:

  • recreation activities, such as hiking, biking, etc.
  • movie nights
  • guest speakers
  • tutoring services
  • speaking / conversation hour
  • music festival

Excursions / Field Trips

To further enhance our students understanding of the United States, American cultural, and American life, our immersive program takes students to two renowned cities of the United States: Boston and New York. In addition, to prepare our students for college life in the U.S., we will take them to tour a major university in each city.



  • guided tour on the Freedom Trail: take a walk through the historical landmarks of Boston
  • Fanueuil Hall Marketplace: this historical site with its unique architecture has been as lively as its completion in 1742
  • Massachusetts State House: take a tour through this beautiful and historical building while learning about the US government
  • Newbury Street: visit this historic shopping district with its historic, 19th century brownstones which now contain shops and restaurants.

New York City

  • take a walk in Central Park and experience the crowded city life of NYC around the Rockefeller Center
  • Time Square: visit the most lively landmark of NYC surrounded by New York’s infamous Broadway shows
  • Staten Island & the Statue of Liberty: take some pictures of the most iconic landmark of the U.S.
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art: explore the largest art museum in the U.S. 

Newport, Rhode Island

  • Mansion Tours: enjoy the impressive architecture, interior design, and landscaping of Newport's finest mansions, while learning more about U.S. history.
  • Beaches: swim, play and relax on one of the many beaches in Newport.
  • America's Cup: watch one of the most famous yacht races.
  • Fourth of July Fireworks: enjoy a panoramic view of the fireworks over Newport Harbor.