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hottoddies01 Said,
December 24th, 2010 @6:38 pm  

go to clubmed.com. :)

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... sara Said,
December 24th, 2010 @7:32 pm  

What about an exchange program like YFU, AFS, EF, or NYU? I believe they all do summer exchanges aimed at high school kids (usually 15-18). There is Rotary too, but Rotary prefers year-long exchanges in most places.

You can find all of those easily online and they are all good programs.

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Tumbit Said,
December 24th, 2010 @7:50 pm  

You could try Cactus languages – and explain the situation to them. I would expect the issues arises from them not wanting to take responsibility for him when he is not at lessons, but inmost cases they are able to find host families to accomodate the students. This is not only a good way for him to get aquainted with that Country’s language and culture, but it is also cheaper than standard accomodation, and may get you around the issue of responsibility.

Here’s the link – http://www.tumbit.com/partners/cactus-worldwide-ltd-worldwide-language-courses.html

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