“One of the most unusual and amazing things about St. Albans is the various international opportunities that it offers. These fellowships make the world accessible to any student.”—Alec Downie ’11, who traveled to Germany and the Czech Republic to study the continuing effects of Communism on both countries.
Through the generosity of the school community, St. Albans is able to offer fellowships to about fifteen students annually for travel overseas. These fellowships give students the freedom to travel almost anywhere in pursuit of a project or topic of personal interest. When they return, the travelers report to the entire Upper School on their adventures.