From Austria to USA - during high school, our students are given the opportunity to broaden their horizons. The idyllic mountain world allows ORG 5 and 6 to forge strong friendships and recharge their batteries beyond the classroom. Finally, the ORG 7 and 8 language trips are intensive courses in English, Spanish or French, of course with lots of fun and lasting memories.
The five-day winter sports week usually takes place in February in the snowy Alps and costs around €350. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced skier or snowboarder - the mountains have plenty of fun and challenges in store for everyone! At the end of a long day of sport, the cozy atmosphere of the snow-covered hut awaits you in the evening. The sports equipment can be rented, warm and sporty clothing should of course be brought along.
The 5-7-day summer sports week takes you on adventurous hiking trails, to turquoise-blue mountain lakes and jagged rocks. It usually takes place in June and costs around €200. Hiking boots are an absolute must-have.
During the four-week trip to the USA, we get to explore the country and its people while practicing the language. A road trip through the sheer boundless expanses of America is followed by a stay with host families at one of our partner schools. The long journey costs around €2000. As not all meals are included, pocket money is also required. The trip to the USA takes place in March/April over the Easter vacation.
The French lessons culminate in this 7-10-day language trip. Experience the charm of irregular verbs in a picturesque landscape and incomparable community! Depending on the duration, the costs are around €700. The trip to France usually takes place in September, that is, right at the beginning of ORG 8.
The Spanish lessons culminate in this 7-10-day language trip. Together we will explore the southwest of Europe and also visit our partner school in Sagunto on the Mediterranean. Depending on the duration, the costs will be around €700. The trip to Spain usually takes place in September, that is, right at the beginning of ORG 8.