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SGS Students Pursue Variety of Summer Experiences

SGS Upper School students engaged in academic, athletic and artistic experiences across the country and around the world this summer. See a Photo Gallery of some examples, including:

  • Sasha spent the month of July at the Oxbridge program in Paris, which included classes in art, fashion, and cooking.
  • Isaac spent two weeks at the Barcelona Tennis Academy, living with a Spanish family and refining both his language and tennis skills.
  • Bryson competed in the Speedo Western Sectionals in Boise and Senior Zones Championships in Fresno, finishing 5th in the 1500 meter freestyle at Zones.
  • Robert had a three-week program with the Production and Manufacturing Institute in Spokane, working on a team to design, manufacture, and sell a product.
  • Oliver travelled around the world with his family, learning about different cultures and ancient history such as the pyramids of Giza in Egypt.
  • Max studied classical voice with the New York University Voice and Opera faculty for two weeks this summer.
  • Carson explored life in the Wild West of the 1860s in Bannock, Montana, including a visit to his great-great-great-grandfather Joseph Swift’s cabin.
  • Lily studied Psychology and Musical Theater in the Oxbridge Program at Barnard College in NYC, that included sightseeing and Broadway shows.
  • Sam earned college credit attending an art class at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago this summer.
  • Regan and Savvy each traveled to Australia with family to see the Women’s World Cup soccer semi-final (Australia v. England) and the Final (England v. Spain).

If your Upper School student had an interesting experience this summer, please send a photo of them and the details to john.carter@sgs.org.