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Abbey Road Summer Programs


Thank you for your interest in Abbey Road Programs! As you already understand, summer immersion, study abroad and other pre-college programs are very important for a high school student's academic and personal development. This page serves as a resource for all educators (teachers and administrators) who wish to learn more about Abbey Road and about study abroad in general.

Customized Trips

Abbey Road offers completely personalized trips to anywhere in the United States and Europe! We understand that no two schools or groups are identical as their priorities and budgets will vary. Based on your groups interests we will shape a tour with all accommodations (flight, hotel and meals) to suit your needs. One of our education professionals will work side-by-side with you to create a trip that you and your students will love! Unlike other travel companies that will combine your tour with other schools, our tours are completely customized and private. The Abbey Road Staff is flexible and willing to accommodate. If you are interested in organizing a Spring Break or a Summer trip for your class please contact Abbey Road via e-mail at or by phone at (888) 462-2239.

Brochures + Posters

Please let us know if you would like to receive a packet of Abbey Road brochures and/or posters. Our 52-page, full color brochure highlights all of our summer programs. The 11x17 full color poster can be displayed in classrooms and college planning lounges. To receive a packet, send an email with your name, title, school, address and number of brochures/posters needed to

Promote Study Abroad at Your School

There are many ways to promote study abroad at your school or in your classroom, especially for foreign languages, history, studio art, music and all humanities in general:
Tell Your Students: Many students do not even know about study abroad options available to them. A simple presentation by a teacher explaining what study abroad is, the benefits to a student's academic development and college application, as well as the fun, adventurous, eye-opening experiences possible can inspire students to explore their options.
Make It a Class Project: Assign your students the fun homework project of researching study abroad options for high school students. Encourage them to use the internet to explore all the numerous and innovative programs available.
Organize a Study Abroad Fair: Many schools organize very popular fairs at their schools, inviting dozens of independent programs to have booths where students and parents can walk around to meet representatives first hand. Some of the best fairs partner with other schools to host larger events, speaker panels and personal counseling sessions.
Organize an Abbey Road Presentation: If you would like to have an Abbey Road staff member come to your class or school to talk about language immersion, study abroad and the Abbey Road experience, please contact us to make arrangements.

Summer Jobs for Teachers

We are seeking highly qualified and enthusiastic educators for our summer programs.
For more information and to apply, please visit our Summer Jobs page.

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