German exchange students at Korowa Anglican Girls’ School

Germany is another country without school uniforms. But when their students head overseas on exchange programs, they have to dress in the uniforms of their host schools. Here is a class of Germany exchange students at Korowa Anglican Girls’ School.

All are wearing summer dress and white socks. Their black shoes are a mix of ballet flats and mary janes.

German exchange students at Korowa Anglican Girls' School

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French exchange students at Geelong Grammar Street

France is another country without school uniforms. But when their students head overseas on exchange programs, they have to dress in the uniforms of their host schools.

Here are three French exchange students at Geelong Grammar School. The school requires all girls to wear lace-up shoes with their uniform. Check out the two girls on the left, and their super shiny shoes.

French exchange students at Geelong Grammar

American schoolgirls at Hoppers Crossing Secondary College

Most American schools don’t have uniforms. But when their students head overseas on exchange programs, they have to dress in the uniforms of their host schools. Here are five American schoolgirls attending Hoppers Crossing Secondary College in Melbourne.

Left to right: Summer dresses and black tights. Australian style laceup shoes, white running shoes. Winter skirt, bare legs, t-bar style ballet flats. Harrison style t-bar school shoes, more white running shoes.

American schoolgirls on exchange to Hoppers Crossing Secondary College