Eight Huron students completed the three-week study-exchange program with Huron’s partner school in Ann Arbor’s German sister city, Tübingen.
Students and teachers from Pioneer and Skyline High Schools went also.
Kevin Barnes, Reid Arozarena, Felipe Riano-Mojica, Erin Smith, Meghan Meader, Maura Sands, Sarah Jahnke, and Gabriela Dantas stayed in the homes of German families, attended classes in a German high school and explored culture.
Funded in part by grants from the U.S. government, the German government, and private corporations, Huron’s study-exchange has been taking place every other summer for several decades. Huron plans to send more students in 2014.
–Submitted by Andrew Smith, social studies/world language teacher at Huron
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