City logo courtesy of Garden Grove

South Korean High School students to visit Garden Grove

As part of the Sister City Association of Garden Grove’s annual Student Exchange Program, 10 high school students from Anyang, Republic of Korea will visit Garden Grove, from Saturday, January 11 through Sunday, January 19. During their stay, the students will live with local host families and learn about Garden Grove culture firsthand, while sightseeing Southern California attractions.

Activities include a visit to Huntington Beach; Disneyland; Mission San Juan Capistrano; The Heritage Museum; UCLA and other Los Angeles points of interest; and La Quinta and Garden Grove High Schools.

On Tuesday, January 14, at the regular Garden Grove City Council meeting, the students will be recognized with a Community Spotlight. The recognition begins at 6:30 p.m., in the Community Meeting Center’s Council Chamber, located at 11300 Stanford Avenue.

As part of the exchange program, during the Garden Grove Unified School District’s spring recess, the Sister City Association of Garden Grove will send 10 local high school students to Anyang, Republic of Korea.
The Sister City Association of Garden Grove, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is dedicated to enhancing the cultural relationship between Garden Grove and its sister city Anyang, Republic of Korea. For more information, visit

This article was released by the City of Garden Grove.

Students from Anyang, Korea visit a bowling alley in Garden Grove as part of the 2019 sister city exchange program. Photo courtesy of the City of Garden Grove.