Green grass, rolling hills, black taxis, medieval castles, Dublin and full immersion in English (as well as so much more) awaits the students who joins us in Ireland for a month this summer!
The dates for the trip to Ireland will be June 28-July 22, 2015 if leaving from Boston. If leaving from Spain or another country in Europe, the date will be June 29th.
This is a unique opportunity for students who are studying English. It is a trip around Ireland with a group of American students ages 14-18, visiting the spectacular sights, learning about Irish culture and enjoying the amazing things only Ireland has to offer.
For more information, please check out Summer trip to Ireland
Is your child learning Chinese? Do they want to really speak the language? The best way for your child to improve his/her language skills is through immersion! Go Inspired has teamed up with Capital Mandarin and is offering a fabulous trip to China this summer for students.
Our Summer Trip to China to Learn Chinese is for students from ages 12+. It is a fully-chaperoned group taking students to China from New York, United States, from Zurich, Switzerland and Valencia, Spain for 3-4 weeks during July and August so students have a chance to learn Chinese in China in the summer.
We believe that language study is greatly enhanced by an understanding of the culture in which the language is spoken—this is what sets Capital Mandarin apart from other Chinese language schools.
Beginner to advanced students welcome! Students participating in our Summer Trip to China to Learn Chinese will have 15 language lessons a week, each lesson 50 minutes with no more than 8 students in a class. There will be afternoon activities as well as 3 excursions per week focusing on Chinese culture. The focus of this course is to provide an immersion experience for each participant. They will have an opportunity to explore and discover the exciting city of Beijing and all it has to offer as well as meet students from around the world. There will be free time and many group activities outside the classroom.
The dates for this summer are: June 27-July 25 & July 25-Aug 22, 2015 so you choose what is convenient for you.
See one of our students Fernando Garcia this past summer in China.
For more information, please check out our website Summer in China
After a very busy summer, we are now heading into Fall and are revving up for our courses in 2015. A big thanks to all of you (families, leaders, Park and Rec, Bethel High School, students, etc.) who helped make the programs so successful.
With a great summer program in the US behind us, we are looking forward to our new program in Spain this year. We will be taking a group of high school students to the beautiful coast of Spain for 3 weeks. There they will live with a family and get to know Spanish students their age. They will be doing activities and workshops to help them get to know the Spanish culture better. It will be an exciting trip that will stay in their memories forever. This will take place at the end of June to July, 2015.
We will also be continuing our summer programs in Italy.
Commedia dell’Arte: a 2 or 4-week course in Florence, Italy June 29-July 24, 2015
Historal Dance: 1 week course in Florence, Italy July 13-17, 2015
Mask Making: 2-week course in Florence, Italy July 20-31, 2015
Italian Design Workshop: a 3 or 5-week course that will take place 4 weeks in Florence and 1 week in Milan. A great course to learn about Italian design and architecture from Italian designers and architects themselves! June 29-July 31, 2015
For you language learners, we have fun and amazing trips to Ireland and China where we guarantee you will improve your language and give you an experience of a lifetime.
Start making your plans for 2015 and start with Go Inspired. We challenge you to explore the world and take a journey into yourself!
The students have been working on creating some classic commedia characters (Il Capitano, Pantalone, Ricciolina, and Arlequino) with the instructors, Roberto Andrioli and Marco Bendoni. They are using improvisation and physical adaptations of characters to enhance classic and timeless scenarios. During the second week, they learned some traditional and period dances, the first being the dance of the Tarantella. The energy is up, the learning is visible and the inspiration is apparent!
As the final week comes to a close with a celebration dinner on the hillsides of Firenze we look back at a great final week.