For many of our exchange students, it was their first time carving pumpkins, wearing costumes, and trick-or-treating with their host families. Our staff also carved pumpkins with our students and host families in Austin for SAE Halloween Week. Check out our gallery of Halloween happenings below! We hope everyone had a spooktacular time and look forward to enjoying more fall activities together. Stay tuned for highlights from other upcoming SAE events!
Student exchange is a fantastic way to share American traditions like Halloween with a student and learn about how they celebrate traditions in their home country. If you aren’t hosting a student currently and are interested, it’s not too late to sign up! We are currently matching students for the Spring 2018 semester, and you have the chance to share new experiences with them too. Visit our photo listing to meet our Spring students and check back regularly to meet any new students added. You can also sign up to be a backup host family or submit a FREE application now to host a student in the future! Contact us today to find out how you can change one student’s life through education and cultural exchange!
Amy from China carving a pumpkin for the first time
Amy from China having fun at a pumpkin farm
Elaine from China dressed up for Halloween for the first time
Javier from Spain carving a pumpkin
Laura from China carved a spooky pumpkin for the first time
Javier and Ignacio from Spain carving pumpkins at the SAE Halloween event