Welcome the New Year by welcoming a student!

Have you made your New Year’s Resolutions yet?  It’s not too late!  Why not resolve to welcome an exchange student into your family in the fall.  Your family will learn so much and you’ll help make a dream come true.

Here are just some of the terrific kids looking to come to the Northeast:

Daniëlle, 16, Switzerland

Daniëlle is a very positive, open-minded and interested student.  She is very motivated to make the most out of her high school year abroad and she is eager to improve her English to the best she can and get to know the American culture.  Daniëlle is also a very active girl and likes to be outside in the nature. She likes to do sports and is active in scouting during her free time.

Maximilian, 16, Germany

Max is one of those students that you just instantly like. He’s highly sporty and his passion is tennis. He has been playing for a long time and won several tournaments with it. He also loves to play any other kind of team sports, loves spending time with his family walking the dog and also simply playing soccer. He’s definitely an outdoorsy person; a highly likeable, open-minded, great guy!

Anika, 15, Germany

Anika just spent 3 months in a host family in France where she enjoyed herself lots. She makes a great impression and speaks English extremely well.

Marten, 16, Germany

Marten lived in the US for 2 years and wants to experience the school system on his own. In his free time he likes to play computer games and reads books. He is very sociable and ambitious. His brother is doing a high school year at the moment so Marten is aware what to expect while he is abroad.

Barbara, 16, Denmark

Barbara is a sweet and smiling girl. She has an overall great personality. She is reliable, likeable, and mature. She has many different interests such as horseback riding and dancing.  She is very close with her family and spends a lot of time with them. She is also very sociable and has many friends. She has lived abroad for 2 years with her parents, so she knows a little bit about living in another culture, but she is very excited to do it alone this time. She is excited about improving her English skills and make new friends as well.

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