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Palmer Trinity School celebrates decade of international exchange

Palmer Trinity School celebrates decade of international exchange

Palmer Trinity School celebrates decade of international exchange

Australian exchange students Bianca Brummer (left) and Ella Wright (right) are welcomed by Palmer Trinity Head of School Tom Reid.

Head of School Tom Reid recently welcomed two new Australian exchange students to Palmer Trinity School. Bianca Brummer and Ella Wright are visiting from Abbotsleigh Anglican School for Girls located in Sydney.

During the fall semester, Brummer and Wright will be attending classes at PTS as a part of the Palmer Trinity School Study Away program.

This year marks Palmer Trinity School’s 10th anniversary of international exchange with Abbotsleigh School. During sophomore year, Palmer Trinity School students have the opportunity to study away in Chile, Bahamas, Australia, Spain and France. Students from Palmer Trinity’s sister schools also get the chance to spend a semester studying at PTS. Palmer Trinity is one of only a handful of schools in the nation that offers sophomore students a semester-long study away program.

As a founding member of the Global Education Benchmark Group — an organization created to promote the development of global education — Palmer Trinity School continues its commitment to global studies and diversity.

For more information about the school, visit www.palmertrinity.org

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  1. Joan and Shelley would like to exchange all Palmer Students to Australia. The mainland US and the Pacific ocean should be sufficient buffer for CCOCI to handle.