The Agnes Irwin School Returns to Sega
Girls Bridge Cultural Differences to Bond Over Similarities
One year ago a group of students from the Agnes Irwin School (AIS) visited the SEGA School for the first time. As the trip was a wonderful cross-cultural experience for the both the SEGA & AIS girls, we are pleased to say that another group of AIS students visited SEGA again this year!
The AIS students arrived nearly a week ago and were warmly welcomed to campus. Over the course of the week the AIS and SEGA students got to know each other through helping out around the school, hiking, going on home visits, taking entrepreneurship classes together and going on excursions – not to mention having late night dance parties!
While these girls come from very different backgrounds, it was wonderful to see them bond over common interests, experiences and the compassion they have for each other. It was a wonderful week for all and we hope the AIS group will return again next year too!
Below is a gallery of photos from a few of the highlights of the last week!
Thank you again to the AIS students, chaperones and sponsors for making the long journey to SEGA – we loved having you!