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Feeling Pretty Lucky!

Posted by Emma Quirk ’20 on Mar 29, 2019 12:55:46 PM

Enjoy this story about Emma’s trip to the U.K. to perform a show called “Lucky Me” with her fellow Tabor cast members.

There is something so special about getting the chance to travel with your friends, especially when you get the opportunity to go to the U.K. for a week to perform a show that you wrote with an amazing cast.

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Topics: International Learning

Reflections on Rysensteen (Tabor's Exchange in Copenhagen)

Recently Rick DaSilva ’89, Associate Director of the Center for International Students, along with faculty Wes and MacKenzie Chaput, Kelly and Nate Meleo ’95, and Bert Nascimento traveled to Copenhagen, Denmark with Tabor juniors and seniors for a week of home stays, site seeing, and classroom learning at Rysensteen Gymnasium.

Each day Rick prompted the students with questions about their visit to Denmark and here are some of their thoughts:

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Topics: Tabor Academy, Cultural exchange, International Learning, International Blog

Tabor Abroad: An Actor’s View on Cultural Exchange

Posted by Matthew Carvalho '19 on Feb 14, 2019 1:53:46 PM

This year, during the month of April, Tabor will once again partake in an exchange with Ellesmere College in England, as actors from this year’s fall drama head over the Atlantic over spring break to tour with our show, Lucky Me, across the United Kingdom.

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Topics: International Learning

Traveling Without Leaving Home

Posted by Deb Cohen P’22 on Oct 8, 2018 4:25:46 PM

Written by Deb Cohen P’22 (mother of Hailey Cohen ’22)

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Topics: International Learning

Trading Places

Posted by Amber Harris '20, Ricky Ren '20 on Sep 12, 2018 2:55:13 PM

Two junior students traded places between Marion and Beijing this fall:  Amber Harris, from Tabor will attend the school Ricky Ren has joined us from, RDFZ Xishan School in Beijing!

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Topics: International Learning

A Summer in Japan

Posted by Peter Cheung ’20 on Aug 13, 2018 3:23:43 PM

Peter Cheung, a Tabor student from Hong Kong, was chosen as Tabor’s CIEE Tokyo 2018 Idemitsu Scholar

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Topics: International Learning

Finding Strength in Thailand

Posted by Poom Siripakorn ‘21 on Jun 26, 2018 10:05:07 AM

Please enjoy this last post from our Service Trip in Thailand. It seems our students may have found some perspective along the way that may help them to lead more grateful and happy lives. Not a bad take away!

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Topics: International Learning

Experiencing Copenhagen

Posted by Abigail Mottur ' 18 on Mar 27, 2018 2:42:06 PM

This past spring break I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Copenhagen, Denmark, with the Tabor’s Rysensteen Gymnasium Exchange. I first became excited about this trip when Mr. DaSilva spoke about the school exchange in an all-school meeting last spring. After he finished his presentation, I immediately texted my mom and asked if I could go on the trip.

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Topics: International Learning

My Month in Japan

Posted by Danielle Plunkett '18 on Aug 16, 2017 4:19:22 PM

I applied for the Idemitsu Scholarship on a whim, never dreaming I’d actually get it. Even after the “Congratulations!” email from Mr. Downes and a celebratory phone call with my dad, I didn’t really believe it was happening. It didn’t hit me at any point during the months of online prep, or when I was packing and printing my itinerary, or during the 20-something hours of flying. Reality only sank in after I saw the first Japanese ad in the airport and realized I had no idea what I was looking at. All of the excitement and nerves that I should have been able to process and come to terms with over the previous six months overwhelmed me instantly, and I was torn between the emotions of “Oh my gosh, I’m in Japan!” and “Dear Lord, I’m in Japan. By myself. For a month.”

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Topics: Cultural exchange, International Learning, Global Citizens

Holiday Celebrations from Around the World

Posted by Steve Downes on Dec 13, 2016 2:25:47 PM

We asked our International Students to share some of their favorite holidays from their homelands as we in America celebrate some of ours this season. Enjoy their stories of tradition, family, food and community this holiday season: any themes sound familiar? Happy Holidays to all!

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Topics: International Learning

Friends a World Away!

Posted by ksaltonstall on Sep 30, 2013 2:13:12 PM

Today we are honored to welcome twenty-eight faculty members from Beijing National Day School, a public high school located in Beijing, China. Steve Downes has arranged this collaboration.

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Topics: Tabor Academy, Fun Seawolf Moments, International Learning