Study Abroad Programs
Immersion in a totally different surrounding opens students’ eyes, and they assimilate a new way of living and looking at the world. For many, their time abroad is a defining experience in their lives. Milton Academy offers a number of foreign study opportunities for interested students.
The Mountain School Program
The Mountain School of Milton Academy involves Class II students (juniors) in a fall or spring semester on a working 300-acre farm in Vershire, Vermont. Each semester, 45 students from more than 20 schools join a corps of faculty in a rigorous interdisciplinary program, which is centered around issues of community and the environment. Students work with faculty to help manage the farm, its gardens and animals, as well as its facilities. The semester is an ongoing exercise in individual responsibility and group cooperation. As many as nine students from Milton Academy are selected to attend the Mountain School each year.
Visit the Mountain School website
The Maine Coast Semester, “Chewonki”
The Maine Coast Semester, “Chewonki” is a challenging academic program for Class II students. It emphasizes the natural sciences, environmental issues and hands-on work. Community living, respect and responsibility are at the heart of this program, which is sponsored by the Chewonki Foundation.
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CITYterm at the Masters School in New York City is an experience-based interdisciplinary study of the city for Class II students. Students live at the Masters School and travel into New York City daily to study the tensions of public and private, commerce and culture, inherent in urban life.
Visit the City Term website