Internatioanl Schools in America

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Here are two schools that have sucessfully placed international students in presitigious universities.

Here are two schools that have sucessfully placed international students in presitigious universities.

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  • 1. Bangor, Maine, U.S.A.
    Bangor Christian School
  • 2.
  • 3. Bangor High School
  • 4. Dorm
  • 5. Sports for Boys
    Baseball
    Soccer
    Basketball
    Cross Country
    Swimming
    Track & Field
  • 6. Sports for Boys
  • 7. Sports for Girls
    Soccer
    Softball
    Cheerleading
    Swimming
    Basketball
    Cross Country
    Track & Field
  • 8. Sports for Girls
  • 9. School Friendships
  • 10. Places to see
    Paul Bunyon
    Mt. Katahdin
    New York City
    Bar Harbor
    Sugar Loaf
    Local Farms
  • 11. Places to see
  • 12. What is Bangor looking for in a student?
    Must have a “C” average in every class.
    Must pass TOEFL with a 70 or higher.
    They have 4 positions available in their dorm for girls only.
    The students are required to be involved in two extra-curricular activities per year.
    They want motivated students who want to go to a University.
    They are a bridge from high school to university
  • 13. What advantages does Bangor give a student?
    Teacher ratio is one teacher to 15 students.
    Offers English Second Language.
    Tutoring help in any subject during school.
    Safety.
    Very few foreigners.
    Easy access to public transportation.
    Offers a radio communication class.
  • 14. Costs for 2009-2010
    International Tuition………..……
    Room and Board…………………...
    Administration Costs……………...
    Transportation……………………...
    Hot Lunch……………………………...
    Co-Curricular Activities……………..
    Registration…………………………...
    Books…………………………………..
    Accidental Insurance………………..
    Emergency Funds……………………
    SEVIS…………………………………...
    TOEFL………………………………......
    SAT 2x…………………………………..
    Travel Fee…………………………….
    TOTAL……………………………….
  • 15. Universities Attended
    Harvard
    University of Maine
    Liberty University
    University of Rhode Island
    Gorden College
    University of South Carolina
    State University of New York
    Husson College
  • 16. Universities Attended
  • 17. Baytown Christian Academy
    Baytown, Texas, U.S.A.
  • 18.
  • 19. Baytown High School
  • 20. Sports for Boys
    Football
    Baseball
    Tennis
    Cross Country
    Basketball
    Track & Field
    Soccer
    Golf
  • 21. Sports for Boys
  • 22. Sports for Girls
    Basketball
    Tennis
    Softball
    Volleyball
    Soccer
    Cheerleading
    Cross Country
    Track & Field
    Golf
  • 23. Sports for Girls
  • 24. School Friendships
  • 25. Places to See
    Six Flags
    Sea World
    Galveston
    Moody Gardens
    NASA
    Khema Boardwalk
    Houston, Texas
  • 26. Places to See
  • 27. What is Baytown Looking for in a student?
    They have room for 4 boys in their dorm.
    They are looking for those who want to get involved in extra-curricular activities.
    They are looking for those who want to attend a University.
    All students must maintain a “C” average in every class.
    Each student is required to be involved with 2 years extra-curricular activities per year.
    All students will obey the dorm rules.
    There are AP classes available.
  • 28. What advantages does Baytown give a student?
    1 teacher to every 20 students.
    English Second Language classes.
    Tutoring.
    To graduate you must have a 70 or higher on your TOEFL.
    Staff that understand the needs of exchange students for a university.
    Many different ways to get involved.
    We offer a bridge from High School to University.
  • 29. Costs for 2009-2010
    • International Tuition………………………………..
    • 30. Room and Board………………………………………
    • 31. Transportation…………………………………………
    • 32. Administration Costs………………………………..
    • 33. Hot Lunch……………………………………………….
    • 34. Co-Curricular Activities…………………………….
    • 35. Registration………………………........................
    • 36. Books………………………………………………………
    • 37. Accidental Insurance………………………………..
    • 38. Emergency Fund………………….......................
    • 39. Travel Fund…………………...……………………….
    • 40. SEVIS……………………………………………………..
    • 41. TOEFL……………………………………………………..
    • 42. SAT 2x………………………………………………………
    (Hurricane evacuation is not included)
    • TOTAL……………………………………………………….
  • Universities Attended
    UCLA
    LeTourneau University
    Rice University
    Texas A&M
    University of Texas
    University of Houston
    Baylor University
    Rutgers University
    Wheaton College
  • 43. Universities Attended