The modern languages department is hosting 20 French students and two chaperones from the Lycée Georges Duby in Aix en Provence in the south of France for two weeks. They are sharing Milton students’ family life as well as attending classes and doing sightseeing in and around Boston, including a whale watch and a trip to Plimoth Plantation.
“We are thrilled to welcome them and wish them a wonderful visit,” says Séverine Carpenter, modern languages faculty member.
Milton students will then travel with faculty members Cedric Morlot and Isabelle Lantieri to Aix-en-Provence from May 24 to June 7. They will stay with their French pen pals’ family, attend classes in their school, and visit the region. They will be back for graduation.