PODIUM OF LIFE student Erin Sketchley is continuing her education in southeast Asia.

Podium of Life student pursuing studies in Asia

Erin Sketchley completing her Grade 8 year while enjoying adventure

Podium of Life Snowsports Academy student Erin Sketchley is continuing her education while travelling abroad. After completing the school program on Mount Washington, Erin is now completing her Grade 8 year while travelling throughout southeast Asia.

“There are so many options for education nowadays,” notes Shane Harle, co-founder of Podium of Life. “Erin is one of the lucky ones to be combining school with life experiences. In the winter she attended school on Mount Washington, and now is combining school with world-wide travel.”

Harle notes the Campbell River school district’s eBlend program helps students realize their dreams and potentials by providing a program built around their passion.

You can follow Erin’s blog at: http://www.erinthetravelgirl.blogspot.ca/.


– Podium of Life Snowsports Academy



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