After graduation, students take many different paths. Some go straight to college, while others may choose to take a gap year. A handful of students even decide to go abroad. WSPN checked in with WHS Class of 2018 graduates Chris Balicki and Kara Whitesell for an update on what they are doing abroad.
Chris Balicki: Studying abroad in Greece was a no-brainer
Class of 2018 graduate Chris Balicki is spending the first semester of his freshman year in Thessaloniki, Greece. He is living at the Metropolitan Hotel in Thessaloniki with other students and attending the American College of Thessaloniki.
While applying to college, Balicki did not initially have the intention of going abroad for his freshman year. However, he always had an interest in...
Kara Whitesell: Being in Bali was like living in a dream world
While most class of 2018 graduates are getting to know other 18 and 19 year old students across the United States, WHS class of 2018 graduate Kara Whitesell has been getting to know Indonesian kindergartners. Whitesell spent the last two months volunteering in Bali, Indonesia and plans to volunteer in a couple of other countries as well through the International Volunteer Headquarters (IVH).