ICES STUDENT EXCHANGE BLOG

What’s happening at ICES?


The ICES Student Exchange Blog is created to to give you a brief insight of what student exchange has to offer our participants.
Select any of the posts below to read more about recent activities and what ICES students and host families say about their exchange experiences!

It was an amazing trip

It was an amazing trip   San Francisco 2018 – ICES Trip First of all, it was an amazing trip and everyone who didn’t go did a big mistake because it was absolutely perfect. We visited ...

Reds Baseball Game

Reds Baseball Game   The first weekend of May, some other exchange student and I, Beke, went to Cincinnati for a weekend to watch a Reds Baseball Game. After we arrived in Cincinnati at ...

Travels Around the World

Travels Around the World   On Thursday, the First Graders of Burlington Elementary School had the amazing opportunity of traveling around the world through the experiences of three high ...

Mardi Gras in Louisiana

Mardi Gras in Louisiana   During the month of February we celebrated Mardi Gras in Louisiana. Mardi Gras is a day of feasting and fun that precedes the 40 days of fasting before Easter. Some ...

Paula’s magical experience

Paula’s magical experience   Exchange student Paula of Spain is living her exchange year with the Cucinotta family in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Paula and her host family spend the holiday in ...

ICES Awards 2018

ICES Awards 2018   The ICES 2018 Awards were announced at the National Training Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.   “Hero of the Year Award”   We offer hearty congratulations to the ...

People here are awesome

People here are awesome   I experienced how great the people are in the US. So far I had so much fun with family and I friends, which I made the last months. I love the focus on sports at my ...

I wish I could stop the time

I wish I could stop the time   I can’t believe that it is a half way over. I wish I could stop the time. It is terrifying and exciting at the same time that there are only 5 more months. I’m ...