Excellence is InclusiveShaker Travels the World Together
Your gift to the Travel Assistance Fund helps Shaker students expand their worldview and experience other cultures through international travel.
Your Generous Donations
Over the years, your generous donations have helped students travel the globe for:
- Performance Tours – Students have traveled with the orchestra, band and choir to perform at venues throughout Europe and China
- Service Programs – Our students have traveled to provide services and learn more about others’ cultures in Costa Rica, Laos, Fiji, Cambodia, Morocco and Kenya
- Cultural Exchange Programs – Students have participated in exchange programs in Rouen, France and Goslar, Germany, as well as China, India and Japan through the High School’s Asian Studies Program
During the 2022-2023 school year, Shaker students will travel to France, Quebec, Puerto Rico, Fiji, Costa Rica, Goslar, Chile and India.
All are invited to a special fundraiser to support student travel!
Shaker Travels the World! A Fundraiser for Student Travel Assistance
Tuesday, October 18, 2022, 6:00 – 8:30 pm at Craft Collective at Van Aken District
Your generosity will help a Shaker student take flight!
Join us for a fun, casual fundraiser to support international travel opportunities for SHHS students. Enjoy light hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, and an opportunity to win a special international basket – or purchase raffle tickets in advance to win a two-night trip to Miami or Denver!
International travel is educational and life-changing! We want all students who wish to participate in Shaker’s international trips to have that opportunity. Contributions to our Travel Assistance Fund will help remove barriers to participation. Learn more here.
The event is free to attend, but donations are greatly appreciated! Please RSVP here!
International travel is life-changing. It gives students real and unique experiences that encourage them to think outside the bounds of their neighborhood, school or classroom. It empowers them to get out of their comfort zone and gain cultural fluency. Having an expanded worldview allows students to be more inclusive and accepting of others that are different from them.