Example of a US study tour route
Example of a US study tour route
Take the Florida Sunshine Camp + in-depth visits to prestigious schools in East Coast as an example:
Day1: Depart and arrive in Florida! Meet your host family for the first time and get to know your new family.
Day2: I came to the EF campus in the morning to take the listening, speaking, reading, writing, and placement test. I was familiar with the teacher and new classmates. In the afternoon, I rafted on the lake and water sports.
Day3: Classroom study in the morning; visit the local museum in the afternoon, and let the resurrected prehistoric giants take you to the Jurassic era! A fulfilling day allows you to talk to your host family after you return home.
Day4: Classroom study in the morning; beach party time in the afternoon! Here is the most beautiful coast in the United States. Enjoy the sun and embrace the beach!
Day5: Learn English in class in the morning. In the afternoon, we will go to the fire station in the United States and “drive” the fire truck in person. Visit their police station and experience the police car.
Day 6, 7: Share weekend with host family. The boarding life is a mobile classroom. They may go shopping, teach you to play baseball in their yard, or hold a party to experience the American “after-meal”.
Day8: Continue to learn English in the morning, do you feel any improvement? In the afternoon, let’s use our imagination, start to innovate, join the EF Culture and Art Workshop, and see who has the most strange work!
Day9: Language and culture course in the morning; academic visits in the afternoon to broaden horizons.
Day10: Morning language and culture course study; a technical and joyful bowling game in the afternoon. No matter whether you are in middle school or not hit the bottle, at least you have laughed and learned a variety of authentic English expressions “STRIKE-Oh Yeahhh “.
Day11: Language lessons in the morning; go to the sports field in the afternoon to sweat and have a game of American sports.
Day12: Morning is the last class. Test to see your current language level. The graduation ceremony is welcoming. At the ceremony, you will bring a graduation cap and receive a certificate. Attend your own graduation party.
Day13: Share the weekend with your host family and live an authentic American life.
Day14: Play Universal Studios all day. After that, we will travel to Boston to start a tour of famous schools on the East Bank.
Day15: Boston is one of the oldest and most culturally rich cities in the United States. Start hiking in Boston Park, passing Beacon Hill, Newbury Avenue, Capri Square, and Trinity Church.
Day16: Cross the “Freedom Road”, Little Italy, and the frigate of the Constitution to Harvard Square. Visit the world-famous Harvard University.
Day17: Visiting New York City, I believe you will definitely be here. Sit on the boat and enjoy a panoramic view of New York, and get in touch with the Statue of Liberty.
Day18: Visit New York University, a world-renowned university, and plant a seed of a “dream of a famous school” in my heart. Continue to visit the Metropolitan Museum. Enjoy dinner in Manhattan and board the Empire State Building overlooking New York’s stunning night views.
Day19: After arriving in Washington, go to the Smith National Museum to learn about the hardships of entrepreneurship and the evolution of humanities and technology of immigrants from all countries; visit the National Air and Space Museum and the American Museum of Natural History.
Day20: After breakfast, we will visit Washington city scenery, visit Arlington National Cemetery, famous American university Georgeton University. After dinner, we will travel to Washington DC to watch the night view and fireworks.
Day21: Visit the National Zoo on the last day, get in touch with nature, the natural “Sen” breath, the animal “Lin” farewell to Washington, and return with a full harvest and reluctant mood!