Educational opportunities at Harvard-Westlake extend well beyond our campus.  Each year, faculty-led travel programs introduce students to cultures around the world and deepen their understanding of global issues. Recent programs have included language immersion, cultural exchange, performance opportunities, and student conferences. Programs are promoted throughout the year by the faculty organizers. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Jim Patterson, Director of the Kutler Center.

2020-2021 FACULTY-LED GLOBAL TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES

Due to the continued coronavirus outbreak, Harvard-Westlake does not have scheduled any international faculty-led travel for 2020-2021. As soon as it is safe to travel, Harvard-Westlake plans to resume these international opportunities. 

2019-2020 Faculty-Led Global Travel Opportunities

July 2019: Teaching English in Luoyang, China. Led by Jim Patterson
July 2019: HWGo! Cuba: A Digital Storytelling Adventure. Led by
Jesse Chehak

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Harvard-Westlake was unable to offer any faculty-led global travel opportunities in the spring and summer of 2020.

2018-2019 FACULTY-LED GLOBAL TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES

July 2018: HWGo! Guatemala: A Digital Storytelling Adventure. Led by Cheri Gaulke
July 2018: WLSA Student Summer Conference 2018. Led by Jim Patterson
November 2019: HWGo! US-Mexico Border: A Digital Storytelling Adventure. Led by Cheri Gaulke
March 2019: Chamber Singers, Wolverine Chorus, and Bel Canto Chorus Italy Tour. Led by Zanaida Robles
March 2019: Francophone Culture and Language Immersion Trip. Led by Heath Wagerman
March 2019: HWGo! Laos: A Digital Storytelling Adventure. Led by Cheri Gaulke
March 2019: Sicilia: Latin Department Spring Break Trip 2019. Led by Mercedes Barletta
March 2019: Spain Spring 2019. Led by Javier Zaragoza
June 2019: 7th and 8th Grade Trip to Spain-Summer 2019. Led by Aaron Bluestein
June 2019: WLSA Summer Internship in Shanghai, China, Led by Jim Patterson
June 2019: World War II: UK, Normandy, and Berlin. Led by George Gaskin