Global Learning Opportunities for Women (GLOW)
GLOW is Lauralton's clearinghouse for local, national and international learning experiences, internships, service opportunities and other programs offered for high school students by various outside organizations.
As a service to students and parents, this page includes information on learning experiences and opportunities that have been brought to the attention of Lauralton Hall by the sponsoring organizations. Since Lauralton Hall does not investigate these programs, they are not necessarily endorsed by the school, nor are they sponsored by or affiliated with Lauralton Hall.
Asante Sana for EducationThis international organization takes a group of high school students to Tanzania each year. The website includes contact email addresses for more information.
AyusaStudents can volunteer abroad and make a difference in the world!
Coastal Studies for Girls
Coastal Studies for Girls is the country's first and only science and leadership semester school for 10th grade girls located on the rocky coast of Freeport, Maine. It is an inspiring place for girls with an adventurous spirit and a desire for challenge to realize their potential in a supportive living and learning environment while earning a semester of credit.
Costa Rica Outward Bound
This is a great way for students to solidify the Spanish language and complete a semester credit.
Oxford Advanced Studies Program
A world-renowned study program which takes place in the inspiring and scholarly setting of Oxford. Challenging academic courses are taught by experienced British graduat teachers.
Oxford Royale AcademyEvery summer Oxford Royale Academy welcomes hundreds of bright, gifted and talented students from around the world to their courses in Oxford and Cambridge. Visit their website for more information.
Ubuntu Global ConnectionsThis is a service trip designed for enthusiastic, hardworking and flexible high school students or recent high school graduates who are eager to be immertsed in South African culture.
Dean of Student Development
203.877.2786, ext. 123