The Winsor School
A leading school for academically promising girls in grades 5-12

Global & Off-Campus Opportunities

Winsor opens girls' eyes to the world.

The school's Principles of Global Responsibility spell out what we believe global citizenship entails. Here, thinking globally means thinking about the skills, habits of mind, attitudes, and aptitudes that the 21st century will demand: to get along with many types of people, to understand many cultures, to be flexible and resilient. While this begins in the classroom, an array of programs on and off campus expands girls’ minds. We offer a growing array of exchanges, trips, and Semester-Away programs.

The core of a great education is exchange—the exchange of ideas, ideas that lead to knowledge, enlightenment, understanding and progress.

Rachel Friis Stettler

Global Programs

Greentown Yuhua School Exchange Program

The Piazza della Signoria, Florence Italy

The Class IV trip to Quebec City

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Greentown Yuhua School Exchange Program

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The Taj Mahal, Agra India

Plaza de Espagna, Seville Spain

A Winsor Girl Never Stops Exploring

Global Travel Opportunity

South Africa

The English and History departments will lead a trip to South Africa for Upper School students during March break, 2018. As a country with an intense political history, a wealth of natural beauty, and a diversity of cultures, South Africa serves as an ideal destination for engaging in comprehensive, experiential learning.

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Exchange Program

Greentown Yuhua School in Hangzhou, China

As part of our ongoing exchange program with the Greentown Yuhua School in Hangzhou, China, Xiaodong Zhao and other Winsor teachers will be leading our sixth trip to China immediately following graduation in June of 2018.

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Global Travel Opportunity

Mexico City and its surrounding towns of Teotihuacán, Cholula and Puebla.

In Mexico City, the students will explore the history and cultures of Mexico by visiting the ruins of Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztec empire, as well as the Museum of Anthropology and the local markets and plazas of the capital.

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