See what students and parents are saying about the AATG Summer Study Program!
"My son Nate had an incredible experience
and has grown, become more independent, has new opinions on various topics,
and has expanded his horizons. I felt that he was in good hands and that everything was supervised, organized, and
under control while he was so far from home,
which was exactly what I was looking for."
-Robin Brand, son Nathan (second from left) went to Brandenburg an der Havel
"My German improved significantly
, and I got a lot more comfortable with having conversations with other people in German. Coming from a German class where we focus a lot more on language than on culture, it was fascinating to be living in Germany and totally immersed in German culture. "
-Sophia Ebel, Bonn
"It was a great trip and the memories from it will stick with me for the rest of my life."
-Camden Corso, Leipzig
"I had the time of my life. I didn't want to leave! I am planning on going back, and I'm even bringing my host sister to America!"
-Samantha Grosh, Ludwigshafen
"The program far exceeded our expectations
. The Course Director and chaperone were wonderful and made the trip a once-in-a-lifetime experience
. My son felt very welcome in his host family's home, and we know he will keep in touch with them, as well as his American friends that he made, for life."
-Denise Clemente, son Cory went to Ludwigshafen
"I learned a lot from what we did in our German classes. I gained a lot of knowledge with the Bavarian dialect,
different aspects of vocabulary, and more comfort when being conversational. I also think I gained a lot insight about life in Germany. The AATG Summer Study Program was an experience that I will never forget
-Brianna Peyton (fourth from left), Passau
"Everything about the program was amazing. The look into how another country handles school was valuable.
Our free time was sweet too, on some afternoons. We had a valuable opportunity to experience the German culture for ourselves."
-Cole Prescott, Markleeberg
"We appreciated the way they kept our children safe, the way they matched our daughter up with a girl her own age who had similar interests."
-Tammy Pritchett, daughter Zoey went to Brandenburg an der Havel