Danish sister school visit photo gallery

Last week, our sister school in Denmark sent a group of six students to visit Saint Stephen's as a part of our growing international exchange program. They had an unforgettable American experience.

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  • Eager to welcome the six exchange students from Denmark, Saint Stephen's students waited for their arrival with a sign.

  • When the students arrived Friday night, their first stop was an exciting one: a Saint Stephen's home football game.

  • The Danish students enjoyed a sunset dinner at the Sandbar with their host students.

  • Sophomore Dillon Ogle took his Danish student out on a fishing trip in the gulf.

  • Junior Piper Chan treated her visitor to a once in a lifetime Tampa Bay Buccaneers game.

  • After a kayaking trip, the students climbed to the top of Robinson's Preserve tower to enjoy the view below.

  • The Danish visitors pose for a picture as they get geared up and ready to go kayaking.

  • The students enjoyed a beautiful day floating down the Robinson Preserve canal in kayaks.

  • The Danish visitors took a try at some of the musical instruments our school band has to offer.

  • This host family accompanied their exchange student to a hibachi dinner at a popular Bradenton restaurant called Daruma.

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