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    High Schools are the ideal route for younger international students to prepare for admission into a top American university.  Students will sharpen language, writing and critical thinking skills and are guaranteed to fulfill all university entrance requirements.

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    Allen Academy ::: Bryan, Texas ::: West U.S.

    Allen Academy, Bryan, Texas


    • Bryan/College Station is home to Texas A&M University, with Houston, Austin and San Antonio within a few hours' drive
    • 90 students in Upper School; 20% international; average class size 18; student/faculty ratio 8:1
    • Founded in 1886 as a preparatory school for Texas A&M University
    • AP courses available; 40 hour community service requirement
    • 100% university placement including  Boston University, Penn State University, University of Texas, Texas A& M University, University of California among others
    Calverton School ::: Huntington, Maryland ::: Southeast U.S.

    The Calverton School

    • Located approximately 45 minutes east of Washington D.C. and 30 minutes south of Annapolis, Maryland
    • 150 students; 25% international; average class size 14 students; student/faculty ratio 11:1
    • Comprehensive AP and Honors courses
    • Senior Internship required for graduation
    • 100% university placements including Boston University, Stanford University, John Hopkins University among others.
    • ESL available
    Chapel Hill - Chauncy Hall School ::: Waltham, Massachusetts ::: Northeast U.S.

    Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall, Waltham, Massachusetts  

    • Attractive suburban campus conveniently located 30 minutes from downtown Boston
    • 175 students; 22% international; average class size 10 students; student faculty ratio 5:1
    •  Special support group for international students; strong programs in the visual arts
    •  Advanced Placement, Honors and Advanced courses are offered
    • 100% university placement at universities such as Brandeis University, Brown University, Boston University, University of Michican among others
    • ESL is available
    Cotter Schools ::: Winona, Minnesota ::: Midwest U.S.

    Cotter School, Winona, Minnesota

    • Winona is an international learning community located on the banks of the Mississippi River; St. Mary's University is nearby
    • 343 students; 30% international; average class size 16 students; student/faculty ratio 11:1
    • Advanced Placement and Honors courses available
    • Comprehensive Athletics, Visual and Performing Arts Programs
    • ESL Program 
    Cranbrook School ::: Bloomfield Hills, Michigan ::: Midwest U.S.

    Cranbrook Schools, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 

    • Located 1/2 hour from Detroit, Cranbrook's beautiful campus is known as one of the masterpieces of American architecture
    • 795 upper school students; 12% international; average class size 16 students; student/faculty ratio 8:1
    • Highly competitive for admission with demanding curriculum
    • 14 AP courses and superb facilities offer many opportunities for creative expression
    • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program
    Darrow School ::: New Lebanon, New York ::: Northeast U.S.

    Darrow School, New Lebanon, New York 

    • Located equidistant from Boston and New York in a Berkshire Mountain setting of unparalleled beauty, Darrow School occupies the site of an original Shaker Village that has been designated a National Historic Landmark
    • 120 students; 28% international; average class size 9 students; student/faculty ratio 4:1
    • Nearby ski resort - the largest in Massachusetts - allows for skiing or snowboarding throughout the winter months
    • Unique Tutorial Programs and extraordinary Special Programs in Sustainability and Hands to Work
    • Strong ESOL program with courses in Language Arts, Science and American culture
    Fork Union Military Academy ::: Fork Union, Virginia ::: Southeast U.S.
    • Fork Union Military Academy is located within the small village of Fork Union in Central Virginia.

    • Boys only, approximately 425 students in grades 7-13 and approximately 10% international students, 10 students per class and 10:1 student to faculty ratio

    • The 1,000 acre campus provides students with wide open spaces for orienteering and other outdoor activities.

    • Fork Union is the only school to offer The One Subject Plan which is a unique and highly successful  program which immerses the student completely in one subject at a time.

    • Virtually all graduates of Fork Union Military Academy gain acceptance to a college or university of their choice.

    Foxcroft Academy ::: Dover-Foxcroft, Maine ::: Northeast U.S.

    Foxcroft Academy, Dover-Foxcroft, Maine

    • The Academy prepares students to succeed in an increasingly technology driven educational landscape.
    • 423 students; 22% international; average class size 10 students; student/faculty ratio 12:1
    • Extensive academic offerings including AP courses, math and science, humanities, visual and performing arts, technical education, four world language tracks
    •  98% of students continue to post-secondary education; recent graduates have attended UCLA, Emory College, Bucknell Universityamong others
    • Vibrant ESL program 
    George Stevens Academy ::: Blue Hill, Maine ::: Northeast U.S.

    George Stevens Academy

    • The Academy offers more than 40 extracurricular activities and programs, including an all school Arts Festival, award winning Jazz program and state championship Tennis team
    • 270 students grades 9-12, 11% international
    • Average class size is 17students, student/faculty ratio is 10:1
    • Extensive curriculum includes AP and honors courses, environmental and marine science, programs in the arts and industrial technology and three foreign languages.
    • ESL I, II and III  are offered
    Justin-Siena High School ::: Napa, California ::: West U.S.

    Justin-Siena High School, Napa, California


    •  Located on 37 acres in a small city at the heart of California's famous Napa Valley.
    •  670 students (135 seniors) in grades 9 - 12; average class size 24 students; student/faculty ratio 24:1
    • Honors and Advanced Placement offerings.
    •  Some ESL support available
    Knox School ::: St. James, New York ::: Northeast U.S.

    The Knox School, St. James, New York


    • Borders Long Island Sound, 50 miles (80.5 kilometers) from New York City
    • 140 students; 40% international; average class size 12 students; student/faculty ratio 6:1
    • Traditional athletic programs supplemented by equestrian sports and crew
    • Rigorous college preparatory curriculum which includes Advanced Placement and Honors courses along with visual and performing arts courses
    • Unique performing arts partnership with "Access Opera" at New York's Metropolitan Opera and "Education at Roundabout", a theatre company in New York City
    • 100% university placement includes MIT, Stanford University, Cornell University, Carnegie Mellon, New York University among others


    La Lumiere School ::: La Porte, Indiana ::: Midwest U.S.
    • La Lumiere prides itself on its three "Areas of Excellence": 21st Century Science & Math; Global Studies Initiative and Entrepreneurial Studies Program.
    • 230 students, 20% international students, 11 students per class, 7:1 student to faculty ratio.
    • New labs and work spaces along with the highly competitive Science Olympiad team and Environmental Studies program
    • 100% College Placement including Boston College, Cornell University, Georgetown University among others
    • ESL program
    Lawrence Academy ::: Groton, Massachusetts ::: Northeast U.S.

    Lawrence Academy, Groton, Massachusetts


    • 135-acre (54 hectares) campus in lovely New England village located 35 miles (56 kilometers) northwest of Boston
    • 400 students; 13% international; average class size 14 students; student/faculty ratio 7:1
    •  Media conferencing center project and expansion of innovative teaching methods focused on a student centered experience supporting a unique and comprehensive college preparatory curriculum
    •  Special Programs include a Ninth Grade Program, an intensive Winterim session and an Independent Immersion Program
    •  100% university placements include Baylor University, Brandeis University, Parsons-The New School for Design, Drexel University among others
    Linden Hall ::: Lititz, Pennsylvania (girls only) ::: Northeast U.S.

    Linden Hall, Lititz, Pennsylvania  (Girls Only)


    • Founded in 1746, Linden Hall is the oldest girls' boarding school in the USA
    • Located in a safe and charming village with easy access to Philadelphia, Washington and New York City
    • 131 students; 45% international; average class size 12 students; student/faculty ratio 6:1
    • Extensive and challenging programs in the fine arts, music and drama; qualified students may take courses at nearby Franklin & Marshall College for academic credit
    • Offering innovative programs such as Aviation, Junior Boarding and the Equestrian Academic Program
    • Linden Hall's philosophy is to custom fit a match between a student and her university.  Some recent "matches" include Harvard University, Princeton University, American University, Carnegie Mellon University, Cornell University
    Lyndon Institute ::: Lyndon Center, Vermont ::: Northeast U.S.

    Lyndon Institute, Lyndon Center, Vermont


    • Located in a quaint village in an area of Vermont noted for Alpine and Nordic skiing
    • 580 students; 17% international; average class size 15 students; student/faculty
    • For three weeks after the holiday vacation, students participate in an "interim" term to immerse themselves in either an intensive study of subjects of their choosing or an internship.
    • College credit courses at nearby Lyndon State College for 12th grade students
    • Recent graduates have attended Dartmouth College, Cornell University, Tufts University among others 
    Maine Central Institute ::: Pittsfield, Maine ::: Northeast U.S.

    Maine Central Institute, Pittsfield, Maine


    • Tree-lined campus located just 35 miles (56 kilometers)  from the Atlantic Ocean in an area that provides many opportunities for outdoor activities
    • 480 students; 20% international; average class size 12 students; student/faculty ratio 9:1
    • Focus on environmental initiatives: student garden which produces food for cafeteria, 100% organic lawn care program, all custodial services are on current green standards, recycling in every building and energy upgrades throughout campus
    • Outstanding Bossov Ballet Theatre program provides a unique opportunity for professional ballet training with Andrei Bossov, a world-renowned teacher
    • 98% college placement including Princeton University, UCLA, Emory University, Penn State University, among others 


    Masters School ::: Dobbs Ferry, New York ::: Northeast U.S.

    The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York 

    • Located in the charming small town ofDobbs Ferry, a 40 minute train ride from New York City,
    •  480 students; 18% international; average class size 14 students; student/faculty ratio 7:1
    •  Renowned teaching methodology, skilled and accessible faculty, vibrant 7 day community, true global diversity, committment to arts and athletics and opportunities beyond the classroom
    •  Great facilities and exciting extra-curricular activities including frequent excursions to Manhattan
    • 100% outstanding university placements including New York University, George Washington University, Skidmore College among others
    Maumee Valley Country Day School ::: Toledo, Ohio ::: Midwest U.S.

    Maumee Valley Country Day School

    • A co-educatinal, independent day and now boarding college preparatory school
    • Located in Toledo Ohio on 75 acres mostly wooded, 45 min. from Detroit Wayne International Airport
    • 190 students (grades 9-12); 20% international; average class size 10; student to Faculty Ratio 9:1
    • ESL Program
    • Honors and AP Classes offered
    • 100% university placement including Yale University, Columbia University, Stanford University among others
    Maur Hill-Mount Academy ::: Atchison. Kansas ::: Midwest U.S.

    Maur Hill - Mount Academy, Atchison, Kansas

    • Located in a charming, small Midwestern college town on the banks of the magnificent Missouri River
    • 210 students (grades 9-12); 9:1 student/faculty ratio; average class size 17 students;
    • Students are expected to complete 20 hours of special service projects each year
    • Once enrolled each student is placed in a "House" with students from all grades with each house earning points by competing in various intellectual, athletic, artistic and other competions to win the "House Cup"; ensuring all students are actively involved.
    • 100% university placement including Boston College, Johns Hopkins University, among others


    Mercersburg Academy ::: Mercersburg, Pennsylvania ::: Northeast U.S.

    Mercersburg Academy, Mercersburg, Pennsylvania 

    • Spacious 300 acre (121 hectares) campus with magnificent buildings and state-of the art facilities
    • 430 students (grades 9-12); 23% international; average class size 12 students; student/faculty ratio 5:1
    • Many notable and award-winning alumni including 48 Olympians, seven Rhodes Scholars, one Nobel Laureate
    • Extensive Advanced Placement and Honors courses offered
    • 100% university placements including Cornell University, Columbia University, Harvard University, Stanford University among others
    Missouri Military Academy ::: Mexico, Missouri ::: Midwest U.S.

    Missouri Military Academy

    • Located 2 hours from St. Louis
    • Boys only: 260 students including post graduates; 40% international
    • Comprehensive Advanced Placement (AP) and Duel Credit Courses offered
    • Excellent university placements include US Air Force Academy, Baylor, Drexel, Emory, Penn State, Purdue, Texas A&M
    • ESL Program: small classes, academically rigorous program based on incoming testing.
    Perkiomen School ::: Pennsburg, Pennsylvania ::: Northeast U.S.

    Perkiomen School, Pennsburg, Pennsylvania 

    • Ideally located in a small community with easy access to Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
    • 305 students; 40% International students:  average class size 12 students; student/faculty ratio 7:1
    • Outstanding curriculum and noteworthy arts programs - supported by top-flight facilities
    • Honors and AP courses in all academic departments
    • 100% university placement including Cornell University, Emory University, College of William and Mary among others
    Pilgrim School ::: Los Angeles, California ::: West U.S.

    Pilgrim School

    • A city school located in Los Angeles with access to the California Science Center, Disney Music Hall, the Los Angeles Zoo and numerous museums and art galleries used as extended classrooms
    • Small classes ensuring extensive personal attention from teachers
    • 160 students (grades 9-12); average class size of 15; student/faculty ratio 6:1
    • 100% university placement including Harvard University, Columbia University, Duke University, Stanford University to name a few.
    • ESL available
    Ribet Academy ::: Los Angeles, California ::: West U.S.

    Ribet Academy - Los Angeles, California

    • Located in Los Angeles on a beautiful 9-acre campus
    • 320 students from Pre K to 12th grade; 20% international
    • 16 Advanced Placement courses offered and community service is an important part of character education.
    • 100% of Ribet Academy graduates are accepted to university including UC Berkeley, Stanford, Brown, Columbia and Cornell
    • ESL Program places students in classes best suited to their individual needs
    Squaw Valley Academy ::: Olympic Valley, California ::: West U.S.

    Squaw Valley Academy, Olympic Valley, California


    • Situated in a superb Alpine setting nearby famous Lake Tahoe, approximately four hours from San Francisco
    • 80 students; 40% international; average class size 9 students; student/faculty ratio 6:1
    • Location provides for a year-long Outdoor Adventure Program
    • During winter months time is provided each day for students to ski or snowboard at former site of Olympic Games
    • 100% university placement includes Pepperdine University, UC Berkeley, Notre Dame University, Colorado University, University of Puget Sound among others


    St. Andrew's School ::: Boca Raton, Florida ::: Southeast U.S.

    Saint Andrew's School, Boca Raton, Florida


    • Lovely 78-acre south Florida campus only five miles from the Atlantic coast
    • 580 students; 15% boarding; 12% international; average class size 5-16; student/faculty ratio 9:1
    • Tropical location allows for year-round sports activities including swimming, diving, golf
    • High standards for admission; AP preparation in 22 courses available
    • Top university placements for 99% of students include: American University, Brown University, Brandeis University, Dartmouth College, Harvey Mudd College, Middlebury College, New York University
    St. Johnsbury Academy ::: St. Johnsbury, Vermont ::: Northeast U.S.

    St. Johnsbury Academy, St. Johnsbury, Vermont


    • Beautiful and safe campus in historic village and within walking distance of movies, cafes, shops and local ski areas
    • 1,000 students; 20% international; average class size 12 students; student/faculty ratio 8:1
    •  More than 60 organized clubs and activities
    •  21 AP courses, some of the best AP and SAT scores in the country and Senior Capstone Project helps launch students into top universities
    •  In recent years, graduates have attended hundreds of universities including Boston College, Columbia University, Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Chicago, University of Toronto, Yale University


    St. Margaret's School ::: Tappahannock, Virginia ::: Southeast U.S.

    St. Margaret's School

    • All girls independent, college preparatory, boarding school, grades 8-12
    • Located on the banks of the Rappahannock River; 45 miles northeast of Richmond and 100 miles southeast of Washington DC
    • 125 students, 28% international representing 11 countries
    • Average class size is 7 students; student/faculty ratio is 6:1
    • ESL program
    St. Stanislaus College ::: Bay St. Louis, Mississippi ::: Southeast U.S.

    St. Stanislaus College, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi  (Boys Only)


    • School overlooks the Gulf of Mexico 50 miles east of New Orleans
    • Largest boarding school for boys in the USA; excellent, individualized ESL program
    • 370 students; average class size 21 students; student/faculty ratio 7:1
    • Warm climate and excellent facilities allow for a multitude of sports and outdoor activities year round;  students are required to perform community service projects each year, often including Habitat for Humanity
    • SSC students were recently accepted into the following: Harvard University, Princeton University, Notre Dame University, Vanderbilt University, Georgetown University, Duke University, U.S. Naval Academy
    St. Thomas More School ::: Oakdale, Connecticut ::: Northeast U.S.

    St. Thomas More School - Oakdale, Connecticut

    • Located on 100 wooded acres on the shore of Gardner Lake
    • Boys only; 200 students representing 6 countries; student/faculty ratio 7:1
    • Advanced Placement (AP) courses properly prepare students to take the AP exam
    • 100% matriculation of students into universities such as: Boston College, Boston University, Brown, Clark, Emory, Harvard, US Air Force Academy among others
    • ESL I and II Program:  Students placed based on incoming testing
    St. Timothy's School ::: Stevenson, Maryland ::: Northeast U.S.

    St. Timothy's School, Stevenson, Maryland (Girls Only)


    • Picture-perfect campus can be found in a lush and gentle landscape setting just 30 minutes from Baltimore and one hour from Washington D.C.
    • 135 students; 18% international; average class size 12 students; student/faculty ratio 5:1
    • Many Honors and AP courses available as well as an Independent Study Program and Senior Intern Project
    • St. Timothy's offers the International Baccalaureate Program
    • 100% university placement including Boston University, Carnegie Mellon University, Emory University, Savannah College of Art & Design, University of Pennsylvania, University of Virginia
    Stoneleigh-Burnham School ::: Greenfield, Massachusetts ::: Northeast U.S.

    Stoneleigh-Burnham School, Greenfield, Massachusetts (Girls Only)


    • Within easy driving distance of Boston, the 100-acre campus is beautifully landscaped and meticulously maintained
    • 130 students; 30% international; average class size 10 students; student/faculty ratio 6:1
    • Excellent special programs in dance, theatre, writing, public speaking, visual arts and public service
    • Equestrian Program uniquely tailored for the Individual Rider featuring British Horse Society Programs
    •  Advanced Placement preparation in nine subjects
    • 99% university placement such as Bates College, College of Santa Fe, Mount Holyoke College, University of Vermont, Wesleyan College


    Stony Brook School ::: Stony Brook, New York ::: Northeast U.S.

    The Stony Brook School, Stony Brook, New York


    • Located on Long Island's north shore approximately 1 1/2 hours from Manhattan
    • 330 students; average class size 15 students; student/faculty ratio 7:1
    • Innovative International Student Partnership Program combining ESL preparation, cultural immersion and pairing with an American student partner
    • 14 AP courses and a special academic program whereby strong senior students may apply to take academic courses at the nearby State University of New York campus at Stony Brook
    • 100% university placement includes universities such as Brown, Columbia, MIT, University of Pennsylvania, University of Virginia, among others


    Storm King School ::: Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York ::: Northeast U.S.

    The Storm King School

    • Located 1 hr from New York City on the crest of Storm King Mtn. in the small town of Cornwall-on-Hudson.
    • 140 students 80% boarding students, 50% international, average class size 12, student to faculty ratio 6:1
    • 10 Advanced Placement Courses offered
    • 100% University acceptance
    • ESL Program for Levels 1, 2 and 3
    Stuart Hall School ::: Staunton, Virginia ::: South U.S.

    Stuart Hall School, Staunton, Virginia

    • Offers rigorous academic preparation and a rich co-curricular experience
    • Programs offered in Visual Arts, Music and Theatre
    • Unique programs in Pre-Medical, Pre-Engineering and Math
    • Core courses taken for honors credit offered in the honors program
    • Advanced placement and dual enrollment courses offered through Mary Baldwin College and James Madison University
    • ESL program available
    Subiaco Academy ::: Subiaco, Arkansas ::: Southeast U.S.

    Subiaco Academy, Subiaco, Arkansas (Boys Only)


    • 100-acre campus nestled in the foothills on the banks of the Arkansas River
    • 175 students; 25% international; average class size 12 students; student/faculty ratio 9:1
    •  Eight campus buildings include classrooms, art gallery, theatre, music and art studios, fine arts building, library, computer center, dining room, student center and dormitories with semi-private quarters
    • Honors and AP courses in 11 disciplines plus National Environment Outdoor Program
    • 97% of graduates go on to post-secondary education.  Students have recently attended Case Western Reserve University, Cornell University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Lehigh University, University of Colorado, University of Wisconsin
    Thornton Academy ::: Saco, Maine ::: Northeast U.S.

    Thornton Academy, Sacco, Maine


    • Set on 80 acres in a lovely southern Maine coastal town 90 miles from Boston
    • 1200 students; average class size 15 students; student/faculty ratio 16:1
    •  Ten AP courses and 40 Honors courses; college courses available at nearby campus
    • Special academic programs include seven foreign languages, 12 music courses, 10 visual art courses and a state-of-the-art television studio which is  run by students
    • Recent graduates have attended Brandeis Univesity, Boston College, Brown University, Duke University among others
    Valley Forge Military Academy ::: Wayne, Pennsylvania ::: Northeast U.S.

    Valley Forge Military Academy, Wayne, Pennsylvania (Boys Only)


    • Located in a historic area just 15 minutes from downtown Philadelphia
    • 360 cadets; 10% international; average class size 13 students; student/faculty ratio 14:1
    • Facilities include eight playing fields, six tennis courts, riding rings and stables, six dormitories, chapel, gymnasium, auditorium, dining hall, library, student center and bookstore, sports center, swimming pool
    • Honors and AP courses in eight disciplines plus college courses for credit; special programs in fencing, karate, leadership, pilot training, horsemanship, scuba-diving
    • 98% of graduates matriculate into universities such as Boston University, Cambridge University, Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    Wasatch Academy ::: Mt. Pleasant, Utah ::: West U.S.

    Wasatch Academy, Mt. Pleasant, Utah


    • Situated in a small city on the western slopes of the Wasatch Mountains, 1 1/2 hours from Salt Lake City and one hour from the university town of Provo
    • 150 students; average class size 10 students; student/faculty ratio 10:1; 98% of faculty and/or administrators reside on campus
    • Extra-curricular and Outdoor Education Programs take advantage of the school's spectacular location to provide students with experiences they may not otherwise have such as skiing, snowboarding, rock-climbing, fencing and horsemanship
    • Eight AP courses and five Honors subjects.  In addition, faculty have all received certification in Schools Attuned Program which is used to evaluate a student's specific areas of strength and weakness and provide individualized learning strategies and remedies
    • 98% of graduating seniors enroll in universities such as Baylor University, Carleton College, Colorado College, Lewis & Clark College, Mount Holyoke College, New York University
    Washington Academy ::: East Machias, Maine ::: Northeast U.S.

    Washington Academy, East Machias, Maine


    •  The Academy sits on a beautiful hilltop within two miles of the Atlantic Ocean
    •  440 students; 20% international; average class size 12 students; student/faculty ratio 13:1
    • Safe, rural campus enhances a nurturing learning environment
    • Nine AP courses and a College Aspirations Program that permits juniors/seniors to take two college courses for academic credit at nearby University of Maine
    • 90% of students continue to universities such as Boston College, Bowdoin College, Middlebury College, University of Maine, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    West Nottingham Academy ::: Colera, Maryland ::: Northeast U.S.

    West Nottingham Academy

    • Oldest Boarding School in the United States
    • 130 students; co-educational, grades 9-12, 40% international
    • Average class size 13 students, Student/Faculty Ratio 7:1
    • Figure Skating (The Skater Support Program)
    • ESL offered 
    West Sound Academy ::: Poulsbo, Washington ::: West U.S.

    West Sound Academy

    • West Sound Academy is an independent college preparatory school offering the International Baccalaurate (IB) Diploma Programme in the junior and senior years.
    • Located on 20 wooded acres overlooking Liberty Bay and views of Olympic Mountain.
    • Over 90 students, 22% international representing 9 countries
    • Average class size is 11 students; student/faculty ratio is 7:1


    White Mountain School ::: Bethlehem, New Hampshire ::: Northeast U.S.

    White Mountain School, Bethlehem, New Hampshire


    • White Mountain School enjoys a picturesque setting surrounded by New Hampshire's magnificent White Mountains
    • 125 students; average class size 9 students; student/faculty ratio 9:1
    •  White Mountain School has achieved national recognition for its Global Sustainability Projects and commitment to environmental education
    • Special, innovative programs include Outdoor Learning Expeditions, Field Studies and community service projects
    • 99% of graduates attend prestigious universities such as Cornell University and the University of New Hampshire, among others
    Winchendon School ::: Winchendon, Massachusetts ::: Northeast U.S.

    Winchendon School, Winchendon, Massachusetts


    • Located about 1 1/2 hours from Boston, the rolling hills of Winchendon's 238-acre campus includes an 18 hole golf course
    • 245 students; 50% international; average class size 6 students; student/faculty ratio 6:1
    • Comprehensive ESL Program; extensive new facilities support a multitude of sports and extracurricular activities
    •  AP courses in biology, calculus and mathematics
    • 99% university placements to institutions such as Bentley College, Hamilton College, Northeastern University, Rhode Island School of Design, Syracuse University
    Woodstock Academy ::: Woodstock, Connecticut ::: Northeast U.S.

    Woodstock Academy

    • Woodstock Academy is about opportunity as well as high academic and social expectations for each individual student.
    • 1,100 students in grades 9-12, 5% international students
    • Average class size 18 students, Student/Faculty ratio 13:1
    • Comprehensive advanced placement courses offered
    • Extensive music, visual and performing arts programs offered