high school

Five Questions to Prepare Yourself For A New Academic Year

Five Questions to Prepare Yourself For A New Academic Year

To all the college students around the world: we know and understand each other’s struggles by mid-semester. The library is flooded with overwhelmed peers and you can’t believe how much work you need to accomplish in such a short period of time. 

Three Tips on Starting Your Semester Strong 

Three Tips on Starting Your Semester Strong 

Whether you’re beginning your senior year in high school, or second year in college, starting your semester strong is an important foundation for the year! It may seem cliché but being conscientious of how you begin your year can really affect the rest of the semester.

Balancing Your Travel Budget - Planning Ahead for Your Time Abroad

Balancing Your Travel Budget - Planning Ahead for Your Time Abroad

If you’re considering a study abroad experience, it doesn’t have to be exorbitant! It’s totally reasonable to have a great time, and be able to stick to a study abroad budget! The awesome part about traveling is that, no matter your budget, you can still see the world!

Three Benefits of Hosting Foreign Exchange Students

Has your high school hosted exchanges with other schools, or do you think that your high school would be interested in hosting students from another school for the first time? In either case, EdOdyssey works with schools from around the world to facilitate short-term immersion programs that tend to last between 7-10 days.

Five Major Benefits of Going Abroad in High School

Five Major Benefits of Going Abroad in High School

The intense nature of jam-packed schedules for all you 9th-12th graders can make it hard to see beyond your immediate routine. As you run between classes, extracurriculars, and sports, you probably have a limited amount of time to consider the immense value of opportunities like a trip abroad and travel.

How Study Abroad with EdOdyssey Prepared Me for Harvard

How Study Abroad with EdOdyssey Prepared Me for Harvard

My name is Jake Leary and I am currently a freshman at Harvard University, but the journey to get on campus has taken me from Massachusetts, around the world, and back home.