All of our in-person study sessions are held in France in Chateau Le Sallay - a medieval castle that was rebuilt into a modern hotel equipped with all facilities needed for learning.
In-person sessions include
- 5-8 lessons a day in mini-groups
- sports and outdoor activities
- teambuilding exercises, quests, and role-playing programs developed by our team of experienced counselors
- presentations by visiting scholars and professionals from different fields, including scientists, writers, artists, journalists, and media experts.
While in-person sessions help students deepen their content knowledge, they also provide opportunities to focus on improving socialization, interpersonal communication, and emotional self-regulation.
The integral part of the on-site session is the program of non-academic activities developed by our counselors. We have a team that has extensive experience in working with children of different ages. They create an atmosphere of fun and learning that helps children to build relationships and friendships that support their learning outcomes and help them stay engaged and motivated.
This is what our students have to say about their counselors and the non-academic program: