Homeward-Bound Foreign Exchange High School Students to Gather at LIU Post
Some 700 high school students from dozens of countries to rendezvous, board buses for JFK and flights home; LIU Post is one of several regional U.S. departure hubs
Morgan Lyle,Assistant Director of Public Relations
LIU Post, Long Island University
Brookville, N.Y. – Approximately 700 foreign high school exchange students who spent the school year living with American host families will gather at LIU Post on Tuesday, June 25 and board buses to John F. Kennedy International Airport for their flights home.
LIU Post students, faculty and staff are advised that access to the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts parking lot will be restricted Tuesday. The west gate on Northern Boulevard will be busier than usual with bus traffic.
LIU Post is one of several regional hubs around the country for AFS Intercultural Programs, a non-profit, worldwide organization that promotes intercultural exchange programs. Students from other countries who stayed with host families in the eastern United States will travel to LIU Post during the night of Monday, June 24 and travel to the airport throughout the day on June 25.
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