FOUR MONTFORT STUDENTS STUDY ABROAD IN BARCELONA
Four Montfort students, Sophomores Matthew Rae and Harry Kelly, and Juniors Amanda Muscente and Jayna Randolph, accompanied by school President Richard Greco left for Barcelona Spain on the day after Easter to spend one month studying at the Collegi San Cugat Pureza de Maria. The school, one of Barcelona's most prestigious Catholic high schools, sent five of their students to Montfort in the fall. Studies will include all major subjects, especially the Spanish language and culture. The study abroad program is designed to be an intensive language and culture immersion.
The Montfort Academy offers study abroad opportunities in both Italy and Spain.