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  1. 1. Three w international North America’s leading international student programs Offering You The World PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA
  2. 2. American Culture Speaking the language, experiencing the culture and living in our communities offers insights no textbook ever can As the world’s “melting pot,” the sprawling country known as the United States is not just a single culture but the blending and co-existing of many. When you live here, you’ll explore what it truly means to be an American — in all its many forms. You may have visited before and seen the major landmarks, but if you want the true North American experience you have to go beyond the tourist sites. With Three W International you will live in our communities where you will make friends, go to school and learn the language. You will eat our food, laugh at our jokes and watch world events unfold from a uniquely American perspective. education Creativity is the ability to tackle and manipulate concepts in new and previously unthought of ways. But being creative is more than just being intelligent, it’s partially a product of one’s culture. North American culture, and especially its education, encourages individualism, problem-solving and the skills necessary to address tomorrow’s problems in imaginative and innovative ways. A North American education will give you more than just facts and knowledge, it will teach you to collaborate with others, to think original thoughts and to be the kind of innovator that future employers are looking for. Characteristics of American Culture The American mind-set is sometimes hard to understand, and often contradictory to the culture you come from. By living and learning in the United States, you’ll understand the unspoken protocols and cultural preferences that are important in North America. For example, did you know that Americans prefer a certain amount of “personal space?” Asking ‘how are you?’ is a simple greeting and not a question about your health. Americans smile — a lot. And when dining out, a tip of 15-20 percent is usually expected. These are just some of the things you’ll learn during your time abroad. National Parks The Landscape As the world’s third largest country, America offers a diverse and varied landscape. There are snow-capped mountains and tropical beaches, bustling metropolitan cities and small farming communities. In each region you will discover distinct traditions, customs and dialects. American Style Style While climate plays a part in how people dress, American dress is typically casual. Denim jeans, sneakers and sweatshirts are common for teenagers. American Food There’s no better way to get to know someone than to share a meal. One of the best learning opportunities you’ll enjoy is dining together in your host family’s home or in a restaurant. While there are some foods common to America, such as hot dogs, hamburgers and pizza, there are also regional specialties. And since America is a blending of cultures from around the world, you’re likely to find dishes from every corner of the globe. The Arts No matter where you come from, chances are you have heard American music and watched American television. The nation’s media and movie industries are popular worldwide. But when you live in the country, you’ll get a chance to explore America’s rich theatrical history, fine arts museums and diverse music scene as well.
  3. 3. High School in America American High School culture has many facets friends While the ultimate aim of high school is education, there are a host of little things that color the teenage experience -- things that may seem unfamiliar to foreign students. To begin with, American high schools tend to be large, and the experiences can be just as big. There is a strong sense of community and togetherness as well. From football games to school dances, shopping at the mall to meeting up with friends, interaction is key. American students like to: Study together. Not only is collaboration important in school, it is also an integral part of American business. sports 8 school dances/prom 8 sporting events. Supporting Attend your school and cheering for your favorite college or professional team is a huge part of American life. 8 concerts and music events. Attend 8 Connect with friends on social media. 8 to the movies with friends. Go 8 a sport or participate in extracurricular activities. Play 8 Volunteer at a local charity. Not only is this a fun thing Movies/theater for students to do, but community service is vital to college acceptance and even high school graduation. 8 Attend school dances. Prom, homecoming and sweetheart are just some of the dances offered at American high schools. Most dances are formal occasions and teens often attend them with a date. Being comfortable with all aspects of American life ensures the best chances for admission to the most competitive North American and Canadian Universities. School activities
  4. 4. Rich in history and culture New York Bishop Kearney High School, Rochester Immaculata Academy, Hamburg John S. Burke Catholic High School, Goshen Martin Luther School, Maspeth Dominican Academy, New York Mother Cabrini, New York John F. Kennedy Catholic High School, Sommers New Jersey Pope John XXIII Regional High School, Sparta Pennsylvania Delone Catholic High School, McSherrystown Johnstown Christian School, Hollsopple From the Green Mountains of Vermont to the rugged coastline of Acadia National Park, the tree-lined streets of New Hampshire’s small hamlets to the bustle of the Big Apple, the Northeast is full of diversity. Chose a school in one of the area’s vibrant cities, situated mostly along the coast. Not only are metropolitan areas like Boston, New York and Providence rich in American history, they are also brimming with museums, galleries and unmatched educational Northeast Northeast
  5. 5. Northeast Northeast opportunities. Or, if something a bit slower if right for you, the New England countryside is picture-perfect. Consider the rolling hills of the Massachusetts Berkshires, the ocean-sprayed coastal cities of Maine or the suburbs of Pennsylvania. No matter where you call home in the Northeast, you’re never far from an adventure. Head “down east” for a day at the coast or take a bike ride through the changing leaves on a crisp autumn day. Take a hike, catch an exhibit or hop the train into the city for a day of shopping with friends. Highlights of the American Northeast 8 Connecticut’s Mystic Seaport 8 Freedom Trail in Massachusetts 8 Museums of New York City The 8 Island Ellis 8 Statue of Liberty The 8 Plimoth Plantation 8 Cod National Seashore Cape 8 Fall Foliage The 8 Washington Mt. 8 Mansions of Newport, Rhode Island The 8 Shopping On Fifth Avenue - New York City 8 York City’s Time Square and Theatre District New 8 Catskill Mountains The 8 Independence Hall 8 Pennsylvania Dutch Country 8 Gettysburg National Military Park 8 Niagara Falls Sparta, New Jersey
  6. 6. Bishop Kearney High School Do all things well. Class discussion plays a large role at Bishop Kearney and the teaching methods are much like a collegiate experience. School profile Founded: 1962 School type: American Local Private Catholic High School, Male Female mix Location: Rochester area, New York State Campus area: 42 acres Teacher-student ratio: 1:22 Number of Chinese students: 15 College enrollment rate: 100% Accommodations: Homestay School population: 500 School website: Recent Graduates Data Graduation rate: 100% 70% entered 4 year-universities 29% entered 2 year-colleges 1% entered military academies 58% won Advanced Regents Diplomas 42% earned regular diplomas Graduates won scholarships totaling $8 million Colleges for Former graduates/alumni Boston College Boston University Cornell University Duke University West Point Military Academy Rochester Institute of Technology University of Philadelphia Johnson and Wales University Michigan State Notre Dame Saint Laurence University New York State University, Buffalo New York State University, Potsdam Florida Air Force Military Academy Curriculum All basic courses required by New York State Numerous electives College prep-courses: communication skills, career path research, leadership and ethics, individual finance management, and social justice 11 AP courses: language and writing, literature and writing, Spanish literature, calculus, statistics, biology, chemistry, European history, American history, American government 2202 60th Street, Brook lyn, NY 11204 z Telephone: (718) 236-6363 z NY1
  7. 7. New York Teaching features High-tech environment: Smart board teaching, incorporating advanced software, online resources, and multi-media materials into teaching. Distributing laptops to all students allow students to learn how to apply technology while studying. the school has its own television channel, hiring professional teachers to teach how to produce news. Students broadcast news every day; hence, it is very suitable for students who are interested in journalism. Every class is 75 minutes long to emphasize every single subject to students. One day has 4 subjects and each subject is taken every other day. There are many ways for students to participate in classes such as lecturing, collaborative learning, cooperating studying for cases, internet research, team discussion, student presentation/work presentation, and simulation cases. This helps students to study independently, think forwardly, and express themselves proactively. Sports Activities Football, soccer, track and field, basketball, ice hockey, bowling ball, baseball, golf, lacrosse, softball, volleyball Student clubs Ambassador, Amnesty International, Art Club, Band, Business Club, Chess Club, Choir, Drama Club, Engineering Club, Environmental Club, Folk Group, Future Teachers America, Key Club, Literary Magazine/English Club, Masterminds, Multicultural Club, National Honor Society, Newspaper, Odyssey Of The Mind, Percussion Ensemble, Poster Club, SADD, Science Club, Ski Club, Speech and Debate, Student Council 10 Reasons to Choose Bishop Kearney High School z $3 million classroom technology investment making Bishop Kearney the most technologically advanced high school in New York state z High SAT/ACT scores, 100% College Placement, and many AP courses z Every student gets a laptop computer and school email account z Television studio on campus that broadcasts live every day z Located in beautiful upstate New York, 1 hour drive from Niagara Falls Canada and 4 hours from New York City z Famous Alumni including the 1st female astronaut to captain a space shuttle z Dozens of clubs, athletic teams, and recreational activities on campus (tennis courts, soccer fields, softball fields, baseball fields, football fields) z Large 42 acres campus situated 1 mile south of Lake Ontario and 1 block away from many restaurants and shopping plazas z 51 years of providing academic excellence to over 11,000 students and many famous alumni including the 1st female astronaut to captain a space flight z Bishop Kearney graduates have gone on to hundreds of prestigious universities including Cornell, Yale, Harvard, Notre Dame, Princeton, New York University, Johns Hopkins, Dartmouth, Syracuse, and Duke Bishop Kearney High School NY1
  8. 8. Immaculata Academy Our Mission Immaculata Academy is a private, Catholic, collegepreparatory high school dedicated to educating young women based on Franciscan values. With a family spirit, our goal for each student is that she maximize her potential academically, spiritually and personally, so as to be an instrument of positive change in society. Belief Statements Immaculata Academy provides each student with an atmosphere and attitude conducive to successful learning through the incorporation of Franciscan values. school profile Founded: 1928 by the Franciscan Sisters of St. Joseph Location: Hamburg, New York Accreditation: New York State Department of Education Board of Regents, Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, iPad and E-reader program Number of students: 203 School Nature: All girls high school Campus area: 25 acres Curriculum AP courses: U.S. History, English, Chemistry, Biology, Government, Drawing, Sculpture Honor courses: English 9,10,11, Global 10, Chemistry, Biology, Spanish, French, Economics Foreign language courses: Spanish, French, Latin College credit course: Calculus, and opportunities at nearby colleges Immaculata Academy z 5138 South Park Ave. z Hamburg, NY 14075 716.649.6161 z NY2
  9. 9. New York Graduates University & College Entrance Ratio: 100% acceptance Famous Universities graduates entered: Syracuse, Notre Dame, University of PA (Wharton), NYU, Duquesne, Michigan State Graduates’ scholarship amount: $3.9 million for 51 graduating students (2010-2011) Faculty Teacher-student ratio: 1:13 Average teaching txperience: 18 years Teacher qualifications: Master’s degrees, Specialty Teaching Certifications, B.S/B.A and Pastoral Certifications Student Clubs Fine Arts and Literary Spring and Christmas plays Bella Voce Chamber Choir Art Club Student Newspaper Literary Magazine Musical Academic Organizations Mock Trial Library Club World Language Club Gaming Society Sports available Golf Badminton Bowling Soccer Cross Country Track Volleyball Basketball Softball Tennis Club Indoor Track Club School Facilities Immaculata Academy, a private, college preparatory, Catholic girls’ academy sits on a 25 acre campus in Hamburg, NY, just south of Buffalo, NY, USA. The two-story building has three state-of-the-art science labs as well as an auditorium with theater light and sound systems. The students have access to a computer laboratory equipped with 20 computers as well as 14 additional computers in the school’s library. The approximately 205 students have access to more than 15 clubs and 11 sports teams. We have a gymnasium, softball/baseball diamonds, a 400 meter track, 3.2 mile cross country course and access to college-size soccer fields. With a 13-1 student to teacher ratio, personalized attention is available daily before and after school for any needed extra help in addition to classroom sessions. A family-friendly atmosphere is extended and shared among all those associated with the school, making it a very desirable place for young women to grow academically, personally and spiritually. Immaculata Academy NY2
  10. 10. John S. Burke Catholic High School About Us John Burke Catholic High School has more than a 100 years of tradition in high-quality teaching. All teachers are very experienced and hold graduate to postgraduate degrees. School profile Founded: 1899 School associations: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSACS) New York State Board of Regents National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) Location: Goshen, New York Climate: Four distinctive seasons Nearest city: New York (40 minute drive) Airport: Stewart International Airport School description: Private American Catholic High School Male-female student ratio: 1:1 Areas: 62 acres Grades: 9-12 grade (K-12) Number of students: 500 Number of International Students: 40 Number of teachers: 37 Faculty size: 41 Teacher-student ratio: 1:13 AP classes: 6 SAT top 10 average score: 2100 Honors classes: 15 College credit classes: 3 ESL classes: Offered through experienced teachers Accommodations: Homestay Curriculum z AP Classes: 6 z AP American history, AP U.S. government, AP English, AP English literature, AP statistic, AP environment science z Honor classes: 15 z Language classes: French, Spanish, Latin, Polish z Many college credit courses offered z SUNY university bridge classes z ESL classes 80 Fletcher Street, Goshen, NY 10924 z Phone: (845) 294-5481 z NY3
  11. 11. New York Educational institutions close to John S. Burke High School William Paterson University State University of New York Yeshiva University Caldwell College Manhattan College Pace University Montclair State University Ideal Students Students who desire to attend a school with a great academic environment and high-quality teaching in a suburban setting close to New York City. School Advantages The only private Catholic high school in Orange County, New York. The living conditions are marked by a high level of safety and a scenic New England landscape. John S. Burke Catholic High School is located only a 40 minutedrive away from New York City, and it’s also close to the West Point Military Academy. The school was founded well over 100 years ago and has a long tradition in academic excellence. All teachers have a graduate or post-graduate degree and extensive teaching experience. The average teaching experience is 18 years. There is a 100% college enrollment rate and all students earn a Regent Diploma. The school also employs three full time guidance counselors and one ADAP counselor (all counselors are state certified and are trained in advising students on their academic and professional development). Student clubs National Honor Society, Math Club, Computer Research Group, News Club, Chess Club, Model United Nations (MUN), Ski Club, Mutual Help Group, Drama Club, Mock Court, Stage Design Group, Europe Travel Club, Sermon Club, Student Union, Campus TV, Yearbook Club School Facilities Faculty and administration building Student Health Care Center Music/Art Education Center 4 science labs Computer lab Multi-media center Classrooms Library Cafeteria Gym 3 sport fields Sports Baseball, softball, golf, ice hockey, hockey, tennis, track and field, volleyball, basketball, cheerleading, wrestling College admissions for Former graduates/alumni Notre Dame University Dartmouth College Cornell University Villanova University Boston University Boston College Vanderbilt University West Point Military Academy United States Naval Academy Johns Hopkins University New York University Philadelphia University York University Johnson & Wales University John S. Burke Catholic High School NY3
  12. 12. Martin Luther High School Smart School. Smart Choice. Convenient geographic location, with high school graduates entering the best North American universities. Numerous choices in curriculum, and a student council that pays close attention to student growth. School profile Founded: 1960 School recognition: Central Association of Schools and Colleges (CASC), National Lutheran School Accreditation (NLSA) Location: New York City, New York 20 minute-drive to downtown New York City climate: humid continental climate with four distinct seasons Nearby cities: New Jersey, Boston Nearby colleges: New York University Nearby airport: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) School type: American Local Private Mix High School Campus area: 3.25 acres School enrollment: Grades K-12 International enrollment: Grade 9-11 School population: 216 Number of international students: 19 Number of teachers: 15 Teacher-student ratio: 1:16 Teacher qualifications: 50% of teachers have a master’s degree or above Average teaching years: 12 years AP Classes: 7 Language courses: Spanish, German ESL courses: yes Scholarships: in 2012, graduates were awarded a total amount of $.74 million for scholarships Accommodations: Homestay Curriculum All basic courses required by New York State Advanced courses: 11 AP British literature, AP German, AP Spanish, AP calculus A/B, AP chemistry, AP American history, AP environmental science, honor fundamental calculus, honor algebra II and geometry, honor English 11, honor English 12, college credit courses Language courses: Spanish and German ESL courses Electives: Horror literature and movies, media study, mythology, writing, art II, mainstream art, studio art, photography, music, choir, concert choir, life music, orchestral band, psychology, robotics, and marine organisms Ideal Students Students who wish to study and live in a metropolitan area, take college credit courses and enjoy diversified electives School Advantages Convenient geographic location. New York City is the world’s most important business and finance center, featuring world class museums and art galleries with a strong academic environment. MLHS offers numerous courses, for students of all acedemic levels. Student council puts a priority on preparing students for learning and life. Passing graduates attended Harvard University, Columbia University, Boston College, and other top colleges. Many alumni were hired by JP Morgan, Chase and other distinguished banking institutions 60-02 Maspeth Ave, Maspeth, NY 11378 • Phone: (718) 894-4000 • NY4
  13. 13. New York Colleges for Former graduates/alumni Harvard University University of Columbia Carnegie Mellon University Boston College Georgetown University New York University Pennsylvania State University New York State University Nearby Colleges University of Columbia New York University Fordham University Saint John University Saint Joseph University Rochester University Sports Cross-country, basketball, soccer, wrestling, weight lifting, tennis, volleyball, baseball, softball, track and field, ice hockey, fencing, cheer squad, badminton ball, cricket, aerobics Student clubs Drama Club, Student Council, Choir, School Newsletter, Year Book Club, Book Club, Chess Club, German Club, French Club, Spanish Club, International Club, Orchestral Band, Boys Baseball, Girls Softball, National Honor Society, Key Club, Kappa League, Beatitudes Club, Symphonic Band School Facilities Martin Luter School has a student council meeting room, three science labs, computer room, multi-media room, stadium and a gym. Wi-Fi is available throughout the entire campus, and Smart Boards are used in the classrooms Student Honors Our award-winning sports program features the MLHS baseball team and soccer team which won the 2012 PSAA championship. The MLHS wrestling team qualified to play in the New York State Championships. Martin Luther High School Smart School. Smart Choice. NY4
  14. 14. Nearby Colleges This Blue Ribbon superior high school is located in New York, next to popular colleges. The average SAT scor is 1800, and there is a 100% college enrollment rate. School profiles Founded:1897 School recognition: Central Association of Schools and Colleges (CASC) Location: Downtown New York City, New York State School type: Private Girl’s High School School enrollment: Grades K-12 School population: 211 Number of teachers: 23 Teacher-student ratio: 1:8 Teacher qualifications: 81% of teachers have a master’s degree or above Average teaching experience: 19 years College enrollment rate: 100% Accommodations: Homestay School honors: Awarded U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon award twice, and in 2011, Dominican Academy was nominated as a National Catholic High School. Columbia University New York University Fordham University Saint John’s University Saint Joseph’s University New York City College Ideal Students Students who hope to attend an elite girl’s school in a thriving metropolitan area and receive exceptional instruction. School Advantages Average SAT score is over 1800, the ACT average score is 25.86. 100% college enrollment rate, and in 2012, students won college Germany & the Alps 2014 scholarships totaling $8.1 million 44 E 68th St, New York, NY 10065 • Phone: (212) 744-0195 • NY5
  15. 15. New York School Honors Curriculum 25 advanced courses, 11 AP courses AP courses: AP English, AP American Government and Politics, AP Economics, AP American History, AP Chemistry, AP Latin, AP European History and Global Research, AP Physics, AP Calculus A/B, AP Biology, AP Art History, Honors courses: English, American History, Global History, Calculus and Geometry, Physics, Geometry, Algebra, Latin, Chemistry, Chinese, Biology, French, Spanish, Art History Electives: International students’ English courses: Professional ESL courses; Multiple foreign language courses. Every year, many students win national awards such as “National Merit Scholarship” and “National Merit Commended Students.” Drama and musical dance courses are mandatory and nurture an innate sense of confidence in our students. z 100% college enrollment rate z In 2012, graduates earned college scholarships totaling $8.1 million. z In 2012, five graduates were awarded a “National Merit Scholarship” and two of them won “National , Merit Commended Student Awards.” (There are 34,000 students whome participate nationwide and only 5% of students passed the first round selection.) z In 2013 National Latin exams: • 7 students won Gold Summa Cum Laude awards • 7 students won Silver Maxima Cum Laude awards • 15 students won Magna Cum Laude certificates • 10 students won Cum Laude certificates Sports Basketball, volleyball, dance, soccer, track and field Famous alumni Kathleen Foley, Medical Doctor, Chair of International Palliative Care Initiative of the Open Society Public Health Program Julia Upton, Ph.D., Professor of Theology and Religious Studies, served as the Provost of St. John’s University in 2000-2012 Diane Kelly, U.S. ambassador, Consulate General in Marseille, France Colleges attended by Former graduates/ alumni Harvard University Yale University University of Columbia University of Pennsylvania Dartmouth College Brown University Cornell University Notre Dame University Georgetown University Boston College New York University Ohio State University Boston University Fordham University Virginia Tech University University of California, Berkeley Carnegie Mellon University George Washington University Student clubs Student Council, Science Club, Dance Club, School Newsletter Club, Year Book Club, Drama Club, Cultural Club, Cooking Club, Latin Club, French Club, Spanish Club, Mock Trial, Math Competition Club, Literary Journal, Campus Ministry. NY5
  16. 16. Mother Cabrini High School Our Mission Educating the Mind, Character, Heart and Soul since 1899 Mother Cabrini High School is a Catholic, college preparatory school sponsored by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The school empowers young women of culturally diverse backgrounds to become leaders and to grow in mind, character, heart and soul by providing challenging academic, co-curricular and service programs. Through caring attention to the individual student, the school community embodies education of the heart in the spiritual tradition of gospel values as promoted by our founder, St. Frances Xavier Cabrini. School profile Ideal Students Founded: 1899 School recognition: Central Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Location: New York City, New York State City climate: Distinct four seasons Nearby city: Manhattan downtown (10 minute-drive) Airport: John F. Kennedy International Airport (30 minute-drive) School type: Private Girls’ High School Campus area: 2.58 acres School enrollment: Grades 9-12 International enrollment: Grades 9-10 School population: 289 Number of teachers: 20 Teacher-student ratio: 1:17 AP Classes: 4 Honors courses: 9 College credit courses: 3 Accommodations: Homestay Students who hope to attend am all-girl’s school in an economically and culturally-developed area where they can grow educationally and socially. Curriculum 4 AP courses: American history, Spanish, calculus, biology 10 honors courses: English 9, 19, 11, 12, algebra 9, 2, 11, geometry 10, calculus 12, chemistry, physical anatomy, international studies 1, 2, American history, Spanish 1,2 3 college credit courses: Social justice, religion 12, calculus, speech/mass communication. ESL courses will open when necessary School Advantages Convenient geographic location, in Manhattan, New York City, near four airports, and one of America’s primary business, economic, and cultural centers Students live in an economicallyadvantageous and culturally-diverse community. 100% college enrollment rate, and was named “Blue Ribbon” school twice by the U.S. Department of Education. Our school intends to nurture individual students with different cultural backgrounds into mature leaders who 701 Fort Washington Ave., New York, NY 10040 z Phone: (212) 923-3540 z NY6
  17. 17. New York have different personalities. There are more than 30 kinds of student clubs and activities. We have an award-winning Drum band and our Shakespeare Competition has successfully run for 21 years Colleges for Former graduates/alumni Princeton University University of Columbia Fordham University Cornell University Dartmouth College Vassar College New York University Clarkson University Franklin and Marshall College Trinity College Nearby Colleges University of Columbia Yeshiva University Manhattan College Barnard College New York University Student clubs Ambassadors’ Association, Cabrini Ringers, Cheerleading, Drum Corps and Color Guard, Energy Up Fitness Program, Library Guild, Literary Magazine “Impressions” Math League, Media , Club, Fridays For Life, Mission Volunteer Program, Multicultural Society, National English Honors Society, National Honors Society, National Science Honors Society, Newspaper: Cabrini Courier, Peer Tutors, Religious Retreats, Shakespeare competition, Spanish Honors Society, Student Body Association, School Basketball Team, School Softball Team, Mission Leaders, Yearbook Club, Women investigating Technology (WIT), Morning Prayer Leaders School Facilities Stadium, science lab, swimming pool, Wi-Fi, activity room, auditorium, computer center, multi-media program, Smart Boards used in classrooms Sports Basketball, aerobic dancing, tennis, softball Mother Cabrini High School Educating the Mind, Character, Heart and Soul since 1899 NY6
  18. 18. We are Kennedy Catholic! Among the top 50 OF all American catholic high schools School profile Founded in: 1924 Location: Somers, Northern Westchester, New York School nature: Private American Catholic High School School enrollment: Grades 9-12 School associations: New York State Board of Regents, University of the State of New York School recognition: Listed as one of the top 50 American Catholic High Schools in 2005 Number of students: More than 600 School website: www. Campus area: Over 64 acres Campus Facilities Jenny Peters Auditorium Baseball field Football field Restaurant Computer Lab Gym 26 regular classrooms Five professional classrooms, designed for classes such as: Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Art, Music, Health, Computer Science, etc. Various science labs Brand new Kennedy Stadium College admissions for former graduates/Alumni Cornell University Boston University Boston College Georgetown University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Northeastern University University of Pennsylvania Notre Dame University Fairmont State University University of Rhode Island University of Maryland University of Long Island Kennedy Catholic High School z 54 Route 138, Somers, NY 10589 z (914) 232-5061 NY7
  19. 19. New York School Honors In 2005, John F. Kennedy Catholic High School was listed among the top 50 American Catholic high schools The graduation rate was 100% in 2010, and graduates earned the following degrees: • 2% earned Regents Diploma with Honors • 30% earned Advanced Regents Diploma • 17% earned Advanced Regents Diploma with Honors • 51% earned Regents Diploma z 100% college enrollment rate, and 89% of students choose a four year university z 2010 graduates won scholarships in the total amount of $12,230,186 z 2 students won National Merit Commended Awards, which are chosen nationally from over 1.5 million high school students z 38 students earned recognition in National Spanish and Latin exams z 3 students won gold medals for achieving extraordinary results in a nationwide Spanish and Latin language competition Curriculum All courses meet New York State requirements Various electives 14 honor classes 9 AP classes St. John’s University college credit classes SAT/ACT training classes and college enrollment counselling Extracurricular activities and clubs Community Service Club, Debate Club, DJ Club, Drama Club, Football Club, Business Leaders Club, Gael Winds News Club, Habitat for Humanity, Mixed Martial Arts, MSG Varsity, Operation Smile, Pro-life, Photography Club, SADD, Student Government, Support the Troops, W.H.Y. (We Help You), National Honors Society Sports Our School has 52 sports teams, and had 6 league champions. The school offers 20 sports, including: Baseball, track and field, cross-country, swimming, soccer, basketball, football, softball, hockey, tennis, ice hockey, golf, and many more! NY7
  20. 20. Pope John xxiii Regional High School “... each child has unique gifts.” SAT scores: 1836, top 10% average Language courses: AP Spanish, AP French, Honors German, Honors Italian, Honors Japanese, Honors Latin Colleges attended after graduation: Harvard, Yale, Princeton and other top American universities Accommodations: Homestay ESL courses: Two ESL courses offered per week Curriculum AP Classes: AP biology, AP calculus A/B, AP calculus B/C, AP chemistry, AP computer technology, AP English and literature, AP conservation and environmental science, AP European history, AP French language and history, AP American government and politics, AP Human Geography, AP macroeconomics, AP microeconomics, AP physics C: mechanics, AP Spanish, AP statistics, AP American history, AP world history Ideal Students School Profile Founded: : 1956 School recognition: Advance-ED Location: Sparta, New Jersey City climate: Average temperature in July: 21-24C. Average temperature in January: 2-3C School type: American local private mix school Campus area: 39 acres School enrollment: Grades 8-12 International enrollment: Grades 8-11 School population: 965 Number of international students: 49 Number of teachers: 78 Teacher-student ratio: 1:13 Teacher qualifications: 52% have master’s degrees or above AP courses: 21 Honors courses: 23 AP passing rate: 100% College enrollment rate: 100% Students who have an outstanding academic performance, want to study AP courses and are interested in the fields of technology, computers and robotics School advantages z 21 AP courses with a passing rate of 100%. There are 34 honors classes to assist in entrance to top universities z Numerous electives in the arts and sciences z Offers a series of computer programing and design courses. One of the first schools to join 1:1 iPad program in the United States z 100% college enrollment rate. The school has green express lane for students who want to attend high school after 8th grade. z Elite reputation among local parents, limited enrollment, and entrance requirments z Award winning school recognized by Harvard, Yale, and other top universities z School is located in a safe, affluent community z School board president Kieran McHugh, is an award-winning educator and this school is the first choice for education in the area 28 Andover Road • Sparta, NJ 07871 • Phone: (973) 729-6125 • NJ1
  21. 21. New Jersey Nearby colleges Princeton University University of Pennsylvania Columbia University John Hopkins University Cornell University New York University School facilities Colleges attended by former graduates Harvard University Yale University Princeton University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Duke University University of Pennsylvania Dartmouth College John Hopkins University Cornell University Brown University Notre Dame University University of California, Los Angeles Sports Basketball, soccer, swimming, bowling, cheer squad, ice hockey, tennis, softball, cross-country, track and field, hockey, volleyball, baseball, weight lifting, lacrosse, football, wrestling Student clubs Academic Clubs, Computer Club, Yearbook Club, Key Club, Lifeguards, Mission Club, National Honor Society, Pope John FIRST, Robotics Club, Drama Club, Christian Club, Spanish Club, Pope John Vision, Cheer Squad Club, Food Club, Habitat for Humanity, Le Coeur du Lion, Math League, Mock Trial Competition, Band, Pope John Leadership Council, Ski Club, World Language Honor Society Honors classes Honorss English 1-4, honorss algebra 1 and 2, honorss geometry, honors beginning calculus, honors biology, honors chemistry, honors physics, honors robotics, honors world culture, honors American history 1 and 2, honors political philosophy, honors Spanish 3 and 4, honors French 3 and 4, honors German 3 and 4, honors Italian 3 and 4, honors Japanese 1 and 2, honors Latin prose, honors Latin poem, honors modern Arabian, honors advanced webpage programming an design, honors art, honors choir, honors integrating program, honors C+ language There are 6 science labs and more than $2 million dollars invested in technology facilities. Our school’s computers are 100% iMac with 2 computer labs and a1:1 iPad program. The school has an auditorium, a digital media area and library. Pope John has some of the best national sports facilities, including two artificial grasslands, tennis courts, a football field, two softball fields, and is renovating its new track field and increasing a new football field. The school also has a gym and weight lifting room. Sports activities and honors z Male/Female cross-country team: New Jersey champion, county champion, and league champion z Male/Female Track and Field Team: New Jersey state champions, county champion, league champions. Attend national-level competitions z Pope John’s sports programs are very competitive, and the Pope John Lions are well-known for strong will spirit z Female Soccer Team: county champions, state tournament second place z Male Football Team: county champions, state tournament second place z Male Tennis Team: individual county champion, national prep individual award: Pope John Lion attended the New Jersey North Western area sports tournament. School represents NJSIAA Pope John xxiii Regional High School NJ1
  22. 22. Delone Catholic High School Great teaching sources, STRONG language environment, convenient geographic location, and only 1.5 hour-drive to Washington D.C School profile Founded: 1940 School Recognition: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Pennsylvania State Department of Education Campus area: 45 acres Location: 13 miles east of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 1 hour-drive to Harrisburg. 2.5 hour-drive to Philadelphia. 1 hour and 20 minute-drive to Baltimore, Maryland School type: Male-female mix school School enrollment: 9-12 grade School population: 459 Average number of students per class: 20 Teacher-student ratio: 1:12 (course teachers) Number of teachers: 63 (Four teachers earned “Golden Apple Awards”) School Website: Curriculum All basic courses required by Pennsylvania education department 6 AP courses: Calculus AB, English Literature, Microeconomics, Statistics, U.S. Government Theory, American History 28 honors classes: Calculus II, trigonometry, American culture, anatomy and physiology, architectural drawing IV, biology, calculus, Chemistry II, electronics III, engineering drawing IV, English 9, English 10, English 11, English 12, French III, French IV, individual art, instrument, fundamental philosophy, musical theory II, natural science, physics I, physics II, introductory calculus, Spanish III, Spanish IV, Spanish IV, statistics College credit courses: Cooperative with Alvernia University, opening 21 college credit courses including calculus, criminal justice, English, French, introductory calculus, and statistics Club Activities Student Council, Art Club, Drama Club, Marching Band, Sports Club, Music Club, Cheer Squad, School Newsletter, Year Book, Quiz Bowl, Book Club, Debate Club, Weight Lifting Club, Squire Nation, Squire Legacy Club, Concert Band, Insquire (literary magazine), Flute Choir, National Honors Society, National Art Honors Society Sports Activities Baseball, basketball, cross-country, football, golf, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and field, wrestling, cheer squad, hockey, softball, volleyball 140 S Oxford Ave, McSherrystown, PA 17344 z Phone:(717) 637-5969 z PA1
  23. 23. Pennsylvania Famous Alumni Colleges for former graduates/alumni Harvard University Yale University Columbia University Cornell University Oxford University Pennsylvania University Princeton University Boston College Boston University Duke University American University Brandeis University Georgetown University Johns Hopkins University Virginia University George Washington University University of Rochester Georgia Institute of Technology University of Maryland United States Air Force Academy United States Navy Academy United States Military Academy Case Western Reserve University Pennsylvania State University University of Pittsburgh Washington University Lehigh University New York University North Eastern University Notre Dame University University of Miami University of Arizona University of Michigan Michigan State University Arizona State UniversitY Ohio State University Louisiana State University Catholic University of America Art Institute of Pittsburgh York College of Art Smith College Saint Louis University College of William and Mary United States Merchant Marine Academy Richard M. Restak, 1959 alumni, Doctor of medicine, clinical professor of Neurology at George Washington Hospital University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, member of the American Psychiatric Association, president of the American Neuropsychiatric Association (2005 – 2007). D. Stephen Mathias, 1973 alumni, Assistant Secretary- General for Legal Affairs Patrick J. Flaherty, 1974 alumni, New York Giants assistant coach, won Super Bowl championship twice Henry J. Shea III, 1974 alumni, Former American assistant prosecutor, St. Thomas University, Minnesota Law School honorary president Julie M. Overbaugh, 1975 alumni, Doctor, deputy director of Washington University, center for AIDS research Tina M. (Cappetta) Orcutt, 1988 alumni, Responsible officer for Fort McHenry National Monument and historic site, and Hampton National historic site Delone Catholic High School PA1
  24. 24. Pennsylvania Johnstown Christian Fast Facts Founded in 1944 School type: Grades 6-12 School nature: Co-ed Average class size: 17 students Number of teachers: 25 Campus area: 8 total acres Teaching credentials: 59% BA/BS, 37% MA/MS, 4% PhD Student to teacher ratio:1:9 In class: 1:1 IPAD Smartboards in classrooms ESL offered Nearby Universities University of Pittsburgh Cambria Rowe Business Penn State St. Francis University Penn Highlands Community Duquesne University Penn State Altoona Indiana University of PA Mount Aloysius JCS is sponsored by the Patron Association (families of the school). There are 240 students are enrolled in Preschool through 12th grade. Students represent over 40 church congregations and 15 denominations. Located within 10 miles of 11 school districts, JCS has 15 classrooms, including art and music rooms, a computer lab, a library, and a gym. A staff of 26 teachers are each personally committed to Jesus Christ. Teachers are State and/or ACSI certified (20% have master’s degrees). Dual Enrollment Algebra II Biology Composition Calculus Chemistry American Literature Pre-Calculus Physics British Literature Johnstown Christian School z 125 Christian School Road z Hollsopple, PA 15935 Phone: (814)288-2588 z email: z enrollment information email: PA2
  25. 25. Pennsylvania universities attended by Former graduates Penn State Temple University University of Pittsburgh Belmont University Messiah College Pepperdine University Taylor University St. Francis College Washington and Jefferson Drexel University Rutgers University Cedarville University Dickenson Geneva College LeTourneau Liberty University Biola University Honors Classes American Literature British Literature Elective Classes Agriculture Science Environmental Science Discovery Center (helping with learning differences) High School Tour Choir Wood Shop Spanish III and IV High School Bell Choir Computer Programming Athletics football baseball soccer track and field cross country Clubs Tour Choir Bell Choir National Honor Society Yearbook High School Retreat Drama Teacher Assistance Program Student Leadership Lego League Instrumental Lessons (added fee) Pennsylvania Johnstown Christian PA2
  26. 26. America’s Heartland Central United States Illinois Walther Christian High School, Melrose Park Ohio Calvert Catholic Schools, Tiffin St. Wendelin Catholic School, Fostoria Grand River Academy, Austinburg Michigan St. Mary’s Preparatory, Orchard Lake Calvary Baptist Academy, Midland Marquette - Catholic High School, Michigan City The Midwest region is made up of a cluster of states around the five great lakes that border the U.S. and Canada. European immigrants settled here in the 1800s in search of better farmland and access to the Atlantic Ocean. Today, the Midwest is a cultural crossroads made up of those first waves of Western Europeans and many other nationalities that soon followed. Midwesterners are known for being East north Central Midwest
  27. 27. Midwestern United States Midwestern U.S. very genuine, friendly and straight-forward. Generally conservative, the people here value family, friends and hard work. As America’s “heartland,” the Midwest region is full of extremes. It’s a place of skyscrapers and grain silos, farms and factories. There are endless miles of flat farmland and major cosmopolitan cities such as Chicago and Detroit. What unites the region, despite its diversity, is a strong sense of character and the genuineness of people who don’t feel the need to be anyone other than exactly who they are. Highlights of the American Midwest 8 Wrigley Field, Chicago 8 Institute of Chicago Art 8 Chicago’s Michigan Avenue 8 Motown - Detroit, Michigan 8 and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Rock 8 Mackinaw Island, Michigan 8 Pier, Chicago Navy 8 Michigan Lake 8 Iowa State Fair The 8 St. Louis Arch The
  28. 28. School Profile Founded: 1954 Location: Chicago area, Illinois. Only 10 miles away from downtown School recognition: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, National Lutheran School Accreditation Campus area: 8 acres School type: American Local Mix High School School enrollment: Grades 9-12 School population: 364 Number of International Students: 9 Number of Chinese students: 7 Teacher-student ratio: 1:16 Students per class: 20 Male-female ratio: 1:1 SAT scores: Top 10% with an average score of 1722 Teacher qualifications: 16 with master’s degrees, 11 with bachelor degrees Average teaching years: 15 years AP courses: 5 College enrollment rate: 100% Ideal Students Students who prefer a strong academic environment. School Advantages AP courses, honors courses, and college credit courses. Teacher-student ratio 1:16, increased individual attention. Teaching quality is ensured, and there is a 100% college enrollment rate. Completed teaching facilities, technology building and advanced computer labs, and an additional 20 educational buildings or facilities. Many well known colleges are nearby, and the school is very close to Chicago University and University of Illinois which share a solid academic environment. In 2011, college scholarships totaled nearly $11.2 million. 900 Chicago Avenue z Melrose Park, IL 60160 Phone: (708) 344-0404 z www. IL1 Nearby colleges Chicago University University of Illinois North Western University Illinois Institute of Technology University of Illinois, Urbana Illinois State University
  29. 29. Illinois Student clubs Curriculum All basic courses required by the state of Illinois 4 AP courses: Culture, History, Chemistry, Calculus AB Multiple honors courses: honors algebra I, honors algebra II, honors geometry. College credit courses and numerous electives, such as graphic design, advanced webpage design, gaming and application programming, and many other art and language courses. Students can view course offerings at Concordia University credit courses Opening students: 11th grade, 12th grade, GPA above 3.5 Opening courses: Cultural anthropology, introductory art, English writing, theology, psychology, math concept, introductory economics, introductory religious studies, electronic communication, introductory visual art, college algebra, speaking communication, human biology, introductory earth science, consumer chemistry, fundamental math, U.S. government Over 85% of Walther students are involved in at least one activity outside of the classroom. Clubs: Art Club, Literature Club, Camera Club, Chess Club, Foreign Language groups, Debate Club, Junior Engineering Technology Association, National Honors Society, Paintball Club, Praise Dance Club, Scholars program, Bowling Club, Student Council, Year Book Club, Jazz Band, Pep Band, Choral group, Minstrel Band, Drama Club, Boys Chorus group, Girls Chorus group Colleges attended by Former graduates/ alumni North Western University Syracuse University Butler University George Washington University University of Illinois, Champaign University of Miami, Oxford Purdue University Saint Xavier University Williams College Boston Conservatory Julliard School of Music Chicago University Rhode Island University Purdue University, Calumet University of Washington, Saint Louis Sports Basketball, soccer, sailing, track and field, softball, baseball, dance, cheer squad, volleyball, wrestling, tennis, golf, crosscountry w w IL1
  30. 30. Calvert Catholic Schools Ranked one of the Top 50 Catholic high schools with a great language environment School profile Founded: 1923 School recognition: Ohio Department of Education Location: Tiffin, Ohio, only a 40 minute-drive to Lake Erie which is one of North America’s five Great Lakes City climate: Mild temperature, and distinct four seasons Nearby cities: Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit Airport: Cleveland International Airport (40 minute-drive to Toledo) Nearby colleges: Heidelberg University and Tiffin University School nature: American Local Private Catholic High School School type: Male and female mix (Co-ed) Campus area: 1 acre School enrollment: Grades 9-12 International enrollment: Grades 10-11 School population: 573 students (164 in high school) Number of teachers: 22 Teacher-student ratio: 1:10 Teacher qualifications: 55% of teachers have a master’s degree or above Average teaching experience: 17 years Language courses: Spanish and French Double credit courses: Students can take 4 double credit courses ESL classes: ESL course teachers will tutor students individually After graduation: 100% college enrollment Accommodations: Homestay Curriculum All basic courses required by Ohio State Department of Education School offers 12 subjects College credit courses: The school cooperates with Heidelberg University and Tiffin University, offering a series of college credit courses. Students can take courses without going out of their homes via online courses Language courses: Spanish and French Online courses: Western Musical History I, II, Music Appreciation, Latin I, Spanish III-IV, Ancient Greece and Ancient Roman History I and II, Health, American Government Theory, Calculus, Fundamental Economics, Accounting, Sociology, Finance 152 Madison St, Tiffin, OH 44883 z Phone:(419) 447-3844 z OH1
  31. 31. Ohio Nearby Colleges Heidelberg University Tiffin University Ideal Students Students who want to study in an environment that infuses simplicity and modernism, and are interested in online education School Advantages z Tiffin is a city that blends simplicity and modernism, offers top rated education, and is located near well known universities such as Heidelberg University and Tiffin University. z Calvert Catholics’ curriculum has been carefully chosen and offers many online courses z The school offers classes in Chinese which is an advantage to Chinese students z School cooperates with local colleges, and offers a series of college credit courses z Small class sizes allows teachers to give individual attention to more students. z School was named one of the nations’ top 50 Catholic High Schools for four years in a row School honors In 2011, the Calvert Catholic School football team won the prestegious title of “Best Academic Team” from Ohio State. This team’s players have an average GPA of 3.89 School has a total of 18 school teams and was the winner of the MAL league championship a total of 31 times Sports Football, cheer squad, cross-country, golf, women tennis, soccer, volleyball, basketball, swimming, wrestling, baseball, softball, track and field Student clubs Student Council, Spanish Club, Art Club, Chess Club, National Honor Society, Spiritual Commission, Yearbook Club, Quiz Bowl, Drama Club, Band, Choir, Health and Welfare Club School Facilities Calvert Catholic high school campus has newly renovated buildings. Our classrooms are in progress of being fully retrofitted and we have introduced the latest in technology in all manners of teaching instruction to give our students the utmost edge. A new student activity center is equipped with a student corridor, and study center. All classrooms are equipped with Smart Boards, Apple iScreen, iPads, Plasma display, and other advanced facilities, to enhance students’ studying efficiency, and embrace a high-tech environment. Top 10 Reasons to Choose Calvert Catholic High School 1. Welcoming & Supportive Learning Environment 2. Dedicated & Caring Faculty & Staff 3. Small School Environment 4. Safe Small Town Location 5. Academic & Personal Support 6. Opportunities to Participate in Clubs & Organizations 7. University Admissions Preparation 8. Limited International Student Body to Ensure Full English Emersion 9. Close Proximity to Major Universities & Larger Cities 10. Close Proximity to Museums & Tourist Attractions Bishop Kearney High School OH1
  32. 32. St. Wendelin Catholic School Academic Excellence for over 100 Years Ideal Students Students who request individual attention from educators (1:6 teacher-student ratio) and want to take college credit classes while in high school. School Advantages St. Wendelin Catholic School is a private college preparatory high school with more than a hundred years of history. It has a superior academic environment, exceptional educational theory, and is surrounded by many top universities such as University of Michigan, Ohio University, and Case Western Reserve University. School profile Founded: 1887 Location: Fostoria, Ohio City climate: Humid with distinct four seasons Airport: Detroit Metropolitan International Airport Nearest cities: Detroit, Cleveland Nearby colleges: University of Michigan, Ohio State University School type: American private college preparatory high school School nature: Male/female mix (Co-ed) Campus area: 40 acres School enrollment: Grades K-12 International enrollment: Grades 9-10 School population: 310 (high school 130) Number of international students: 15 Number of teachers: 32 Average teaching years: 19 years Teacher-student ratio: 1:8 Teacher qualification: 100% teacher certified Attainable college credits: 17 Honors classes: 12 classes Language classes: Honors Spanish and French Accommodations: Homestay 533 N Countyline St • Fostoria, OH, 44830 • (419) 435-8144 • OH2
  33. 33. Ohio Curriculum 12 honors courses: Spanish, Calculus, English, British literature and writing, calculus basic analysis, natural science, American literature and writing, biology, algebra, chemistry, geometry, American history and numerous elective courses. College credit: Cooperative with Terra Community College, offering multiple online courses. Students can start to choose online college credit classes and obtain high school and college credits at the same time. Colleges attended by former graduates/alumni University of Chicago University of Purdue North Western University Notre Dame University Case Western Reserve University Ohio University University of Miami Tulane University California State University John Carroll University Louisiana State University Michigan State University St Lawrence University Ohio State University Oberlin College University of Michigan Marquette University DePaul University University of Cincinnati Loyola University of Chicago Catholic University of America Cooperative with Lourdes University, offering double college credits. Students can obtain high school and college credits at the same time. Nine double credits are offered ($75 per credit), French I-V (4 credits), Geometry (3 credits), Calculus I (4 credits), Calculus II (4 credits), U.S government theory (3 credits), etc. 55% of graduates earned college credits while in high school. Sports Volleyball, track and field, golf, cross-country, softball, wrestling, basketball, cheer squad, baseball, swimming, football Student clubs Student Union, Concert Choir, Discernment Group, Retreat Team, National Honor Society, Guitar Club, Art Club, MAL Leadership, Drama Club, Annual Newsletter Club, Robotics Club, Liturgical Ministry, Marching Band, Model United Nation, Student Council, Carpentry Club, Jazz Ensemble, International Club, Mentoring Club, Concert Band, News Club, Quiz Bowl St. Wendelin Catholic School Academic Excellence for over 100 Years OH2
  34. 34. Grand River Academy Helping Young Men Discover Success School Profile z Average class size of 7 z 1:5 student-to-faculty ratio z Rural campus with over 150 acres z 98% of students live on campus, and 100% of international students live on campus z Students come from 21 states and 8 countries ABOUT Grand river adademy We are located in northeast Ohio and provide a close - knit, college prep boarding school community. Grand River Academy utilizes a unique 360° approach, concentrating on developing the total young man: academically, socially and emotionally. We encourage students to be themselves but also provide the structure and opportunities for them to become happier, more self aware and productive. International Student Program Our program is designed to help international students become experts in the English language, to give them the skill set to be academically successful in high school and at a university, and to help them earn great university acceptances. Highlights z No minimum TOEFL score required for admission z 100% university acceptance z Recent graduates have been admitted to the following universities: Boston University University of Wisconsin Case Western Reserve Univ. Univ. of California-Irvine Penn State University New York University Univ. of Washington Univ. of California-Davis Syracuse University Michigan State University 3042 College Street • Austinburg, OH 44010 • Phone: (440) 275-2811 • Web address for international students: OH3
  35. 35. Ohio Summer Language Institute Grand River Academy Athletics A five-week intensive program that gives young students the opportunity to study English in the U.S. Students will improve their English skills dramatically and will become familiar with the American culture and university system. Sportsmanship. Teamwork. Camaraderie. Friendship. These are the goals of the athletic program at Grand River Academy. Our sports teams participate in the Lake Effect Conference. Unique to GRA, we do not cut. We will find a spot for anyone who would like to participate. Baseball Indoor Soccer Soccer Lacrosse Basketball Golf Tennis Wrestling Cross Country Bowling AP Courses offered Calculus AB Calculus BC Chemistry Macroeconomics Physics B United States History World History Electives offered Digital Design Sculpture and Ceramics Robotics Music Theory Photography Art Forensics Web Design Videography American Wars American Horror Classics African American History nearby Universities Case Western Reserve University John Carroll University Lake Erie College Ohio State (two hours) Kent State University Grand River Academy OH3
  36. 36. St. Mary’s Preparatory An Elite boys school with multiple college credit courses, challengeable curriculum settings, and strict teaching Ideal Students Students wishing to attend an elite boys school with a four year secondary program of pre-college studies in a disciplined environment which prepares young men for future study and careers of service. School profile Founded:1885 Location: Orchard Lake Village, Michigan City climate: Mild weather Largest nearby city: downtown Detroit, (40 minute-drive) Airport: Detroit Airport (30 minute-drive) School type: American private high school for boys Campus area: 125 acres School enrollment: Grades 9-12 International enrollment: Grades 9-10 School population: 560 Number of Chinese students: 52 Number of teachers: 40 Teacher-student ratio: 1:10 AP Classes: 6 Honor classes: 9 College credit classes: 21 ESL classes: Offered by experienced teachers Accommodations: Dormitory Curriculum All required classes are regulated by the state of Michigan’s education department AP Classes: 6 World literature, American history and geography, American literature, statistics, calculus, physics Honors classes: Calculus, algebra I, algebra II, geometry, biology School Advantages z We nurture many specialized talents and leaders z 99% of our graduates enroll into their dream colleges, and an average 5%-6% of graduates enter into Ivy League schools such as Harvard and Yale z We offer 8 AP classes, 9 honor sclasses and 21 college credit classes, encouraging students to maximize their potential z Offer college credits in advance to z A complete student dormitory setting and study guidance with 24-hour student life management services 3535 Indian Trail, Orchard Lake Village, MI 48324 • (248) 683-0514 • MI1
  37. 37. Michigan Colleges for Former graduates/alumni Brown University Columbia University Cornell University Duke University Yale University Princeton University Ohio State University Purdue University Stanford University West Point Military Academy University of Florida University of Michigan Pennsylvania University United States Air Force Academy Nearby Colleges University of Auckland Central Michigan University University of Michigan Davenport University Lawrence Technological University Student dormitory Double rooms (4 students) with shared bathroom Twin size bed, private bookcase. Dorm offers three meals per day, including food, fruit, milk, and etc Dorm comes with study room, activity room, and computer lab to assist with night studies. Dorm administrator office is located within dorm. Public telephones are set along the corridor. Campus doctors offer timely medical services. The school has a psychological counselor available. Weekends include plenty of extracurricular activities. Curriculum SAT scores 2013 average SAT 1540, ACT 23.4 School Facilities The campus covers an area of 125 acres, with towering old trees and surrounding gardens. Located ajacent to Orchard Lake, there is a perfect balance between students and nature. There are 26 campus buildings and all teachers are equipped with smart boards. z St. Marys Preparatory School boasts the largest high school library in the Midwest with a rich collection, and is open daily. Students can loan books, videos, and audios. z Modern labs train students’ hand-on skills z Independent science center for science activities and competitions z Beautiful school church with church activities and parties every week. Students can truly engage in American culture z Large auditorium with performance facilities z Top rated sports facility in Michigan which includes: Golf course • Standard football field • Baseball field Indoor basketball court • Indoor ice hockey rink Large indoor gym • Canoeing on the lake Chemistry • World history and geology English 10 • English 9 • 21 college credit courses Multiple honor classes • ESL classes Foreign language classes: French, Spanish, Polish Painting, music, drama, instrument, and other art courses Sports Golf, Canoeing, Ice Hockey, Baseball, Football, Ice skating, and Tennis St. Mary’s Preparatory MI1
  38. 38. Calvary Baptist Academy Committed to Excellence School profile Founded: 1973 School recognition: Michigan Christian School Association Location: Midland, Michigan City climate: Mild weather Nearby city: Detroit Airport: Midland International Airport Nearby colleges: Detroit University School type: Private Boys’ School School enrollment: Grades K-12 International enrollment: Grades 7-11 School population: 455 Number of Chinese students: 10 Number of teachers: 38 Teacher-student ratio: 1:12 Teacher qualification: 50% of teachers have a master’s degree or above AP Classes: 2 Language courses: Spanish Accommodations: Homestay Curriculum All basic courses required by Michigan Department of Education Ideal Students Students who wish to utilize their spare time to pursue the study of foreign languages School Advantages z Located in the center of a thriving business city, the area is known for its mild climate and convenient transportation. Michigan State University and other popular universities are all in the area. z Great language environment, Calvery uses Rosetta Stone to assist students in learning foreign languages. z Completed facilities and infrastructure, high enrollment rate into local popular schools z Cooperates with Bryan College to open college credit courses z Michigan online high school courses allow students to utilize their spare time to learn their favorite courses at their own pace z Students in Calvary Baptist Academy can use their computer to study at any time 6100 Perrine Rd, Midland, MI 48640 • Phone:(989) 832-3341 • MI2
  39. 39. Michigan Nearby Colleges School Facilities University of Auckland Central Michigan University Lawrence Institute of Technology Detroit University University of Michigan Davenport University Calvary Baptist Academy owns remarkable school facilities, including 4 teaching buildings, 30 classrooms, 800 person-capacity auditorium, advanced music facilities, stadium, and track and field, allowing students to get exercise spiritually, academically, artistically, and athletically. The school believes students will be impressed by outstanding teachers and faculty. Teachers have a strong belief and professional knowledge to help students to build their future. University for passing year graduates/alumni West Point Military Academy University of Michigan Michigan State University Central Michigan University Purdue University ACT scores Most scores are recorded as higher than average for the past five years. Students clubs Honor Society, Choir, Band, Drama Club Teaching mission Calvary Baptist Academy will offer the regular course of study but with instruction from a Christian viewpoint. We are interested in the establishment of good habits and right attitudes spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and socially. Since Calvary Baptist Academy is a Christian school, we believe that the training process includes definite spiritual education that will enable pupils to grasp basic Christian philosophies and responsibilities. The training of students is regarded as the joint responsibility of the home, the church and the school. Sports Cheer squad, soccer, basketball, volleyball Calvary Baptist Academy Committed to Excellence MI2
  40. 40. School profile Founded: 1886 School recognition: Indiana Department of Education National Catholic League, Advanced ED Location: Michigan City, Indiana State, One hour-drive to Chicago City climate: mild and humid, distinct four seasons Nearby city: Chicago Nearby colleges: University of Chicago School type: Private Mixed High School (Co-ed) School enrollment: Grades 9-12 International enrollment: Grade 9-11 School population: 230 Number of international students: 15 Number of teachers: 22 Teacher-student ratio: 1:10 Teacher qualifications: 85% of teachers have a masters and above degree Average years teaching: 20 years Honor classes: 21 College credit classes: 14 College enrollment rate: 100% Scholarships: In 2012, students were awarded over $2.7 million in college scholarships Language classes: French, Spanish Accommodations: School dormitory Leading Indiana catholic high school, Winner of the Indiana Department of Education A class honor Nearby Colleges St. Mary’s College Taylor University Trine University University of Evansville University of Indianapolis Notre Dame University University of Saint Francis Valparaiso University Wabash College Calumet College of St. Joseph Suitable Students College-bound students interested in a rigorous course of study and extracurricular opportunities. School Advantages Marquette Catholic is located alongside Lake Michigan, a popular tourist destination for boating and other water activities. The school boasts a student to teacher-ratio of only 1 to 10. This small class size means individualized attention for your student and the necessary support and assistance for international 306 W 10th St, Michigan City, IN 46360 • Phone:(219) 873-1325 • MI3
  41. 41. Indiana students adapting to a new environment and a different way of life. The highly-qualified team of teachers posses an abundance of teaching experience. In fact, 85% of the staff hold a master’s degree or higher and the average teaching tenure is 20 years. The school offers college credit courses through the University of Indiana, which allow students to take up to 40 college credit hours -- a tremendous savings of time and tuition costs. Because of this, 43% of students earn college credits while still in high school. These motivated students are college bound and 100% of the student body enroll in university. In 2012, Marquette Catholic students received more than $2.7 million in college scholarships— an average of $55,000 per student, per year. Colleges attended by Marquette Catholic graduates and alumni: Princeton University Stanford University University of Pennsylvania North Western University Boston College Purdue University University of Chicago American University New York University College of William and Mary University of Washington Pennsylvania State University Georgetown University University of Colorado University of Indiana Duke University Arizona State University DePaul University University of Michigan University of Lowa Notre Dame University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sports Basketball, cross-country, golf, soccer, tennis, track and field, baseball, ice hockey, football, weight-lifting, cheer squad, dancing, softball, volleyball, table tennis. Student clubs Art Club, Drama Club, Publishing Club, Adventure Club, Chess Club, Spelling Club, Skiing Club, Music Club, Choir, Math Club, Football Club, Student Government, SADD, Quiz Bowl, Paint Ball Club, Academic Competition Club, Science Olympic Club, National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society Curriculum All basic courses required by Indiana Department of Education 21 honors classes: American literature, world literature, public speaking, fundamental writing, critical literature, American governmental theory, American history, psychology, physics, geology, environmental science, chemistry II, trigonometry, geometry, basic calculus, calculus, advanced college math, French III, French IV, Spanish III, Spanish IV College credit courses: School cooperates with the University of Indiana, Ivy Institute Community College, and Purdue University, Central Northern to offer courses of up to 40 college credits, including: American history I-II, introductory American politics, fundamental writing, critical literature, public speaking, earth science, earth evolution, chemistry, physics, introductory psychology, math concepts, finite math, college algebra. MI3
  42. 42. Sunny Climates and a Strong Heritage Southern United States South Carolina Bishop England High School, Charleston Cardinal Newman School, Columbia Georgia Valwood School, Hahira Florida Clearwater Central Catholic High School, Clearwater Trinity Catholic, Ocala The Rock School, Gainesville More than any other region of the United States, the south has an identity all its own. Southerners are proud of their heritage, their comforting cuisine and even the “drawl” of their slow-spoken dialects. From bustling cities to rural suburban areas, the south possesses an abundance of history and a kind of gentility that doesn’t exist in other parts of the country. Southeast The South
  43. 43. Florida, Georgia & South Carolina Southeast Due to its pleasant climate, America’s southern region is made for outdoor play. There are plenty of beaches, from Florida’s coast to the low-country towns of the Carolinas. The region also offers countless paths to hike, rivers to swim and mountains to climb. Whether you’re exploring Nashville’s country scene or the cajun flavors of New Orleans, the Texas hill country or Savannah’s historic squares you’ll feel right at home in the South. Highlights of the American South 8 Atlanta’s Coca Cola Museum 8 Georgia Aquarium The 8 Disney World in Orlando Walt 8 Kennedy Space Center The 8 Historic Charleston 8 Downtown Savannah 8 Country in Ocala, Florida Horse 8 Nashville’s Country Music Scene 8 New Orleans French Quarter The 8 Everglades National Park 8 Colonial Williamsburg
  44. 44. Bishop England High School Located in a small, beautiful and historic town on the American East Coast with an excellent academic environment. Bishop England High School is a great investment into your academic future. School profile Founded: 1915 School association: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Location: Charleston, South Carolina Climate: Maritime climate – warm summers and mild winters Nearest metropolitan center: Charleston, NC (30 minute-drive) Airport: Charleston International Airport (17 minute-drive) Nearby educational institutions: College of Charleston School size: 40 acres Grades: 9-11 (K12) Number of students: 680 Number of international students: 7 Number of teachers: 56 Teacher-student ratio: 1:13 AP classes: 11 Honors classes: 33 Accommodation: Homestay 363 Seven Farms Drive z Daniel Island, SC 29492 Phone: (843) 849-9599 z SC1 Curriculum 11 AP classes: American history, Government Theory, English Language, Calculus A/B, Calculus B/C, Art, Biology, English Literature, Spanish, French, Environmental Science Honor classes: English 1-2, Spanish 1-4, French 24, Theology 1-4, Advanced Drama, Musical Theory, Economics, World History, Physics, Annual Newsletter Biology, Chemistry I-II, Geometry, Algebra II, Writing, Fundamental Calculus, Calculus, Choir, Advanced Painting, Ceramics, Theology. Students can take double college credit classes while attending high school. Broad variety of electives: Spanish I-II, French I-II, Computer Science, Graphic Design, Fundamental Art, Painting, Music, Choir, Jazz Band, School Band, Drama I-II, Law, Sports and Sports History, Psychology, Theology
  45. 45. South Carolina Ideal Students Sports Students who wish to attend a school with high quality teaching and modest living expenses embedded in a beautiful and historic urban surrounding in the American South. We offer cross-country, basketball, swimming, football, soccer, hockey, ice hockey, golf, track and field, wrestling, baseball, tennis, volleyball, dancing and cheerleading. School Advantages Alumni association The city of Charleston is a perfect urban surrounding for any school – its rich history, mild climate and international flair make it one of the top tourist destinations in the American South. The Atlantic Ocean creates a maritime climate marked by warm summers and mild winters. The living expenses for Charleston are modest. It’s a great place to study! The school has an extraordinary homestay program, ensuring the highest standards of security and living conditions for each student. Colleges attended by former graduates/alumni Many graduates enter Ivy League universities, and many alumni earned great achievements in politics, arts, and sports. Harvard University Vanderbilt University Clemson University Wake Forest University Duke University Boston College Boston University Purdue University Tulane University University of Georgia Fordham University University of Virginia Xavier University United States Naval Academy College of William and Mary Catholic University of America George Washington University Washington University, Saint Louis Thomas Gibson, actor, Golden Globe Award nominee, Golden Satellite Award, Screen Actors Guild Award. Representative work includes the TV show Criminal Minds, among others. John Cahill, CEO of Pepsi Co. Dottie Benton Frank, famous writer Drew Meyer, American professional baseball player, formerly with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the Texas Rangers. Temoc Suarez, professional football player Student clubs Drama Club, Table Tennis Club, Student Ambassador Club, French Club, Surfing Club, Student Council, Spanish Club, Ultimate Frisbee Club, Model United Nations, Library, Band, National Honor Society, Photojournalism Club, Math Club, Key Club SAT scores Top performing students with excellent academic records often enter top universities. The top 30% of Bishop England High School students have an average SAT score of 1954. Bishop England High School SC1
  46. 46. Cardinal Newman Catholic School SCHOOL FACILITIES Computer center Weightroom/gym Student Gathering Room School advantages Laptops welcomed in class WIFI throughout the campus Smartboards in the classrooms Sports Bowling Boys/Girls Basketball Boys/Girls Soccer Boys/GirlsTennis Cheerleading Cross Country Football Golf Softball Strength & Conditioning Swimming Volleyball Wrestling school profile Founded: 1858 School type: Co-ed – 7-12 School nature: Dual Enrollment/ college-high school Campus area: 50 acres Total students: 446 Number of teachers: 43 Teacher-student ratio: 1:11, Teacher qualifications: 14 years average teaching experience: 40% BA/BS, 58% MA/MS, 2% PhD Honors classes: 21 AP classes: 8 SAT/ACT Averages: Reading 560, Math 540, Writing 550 ACT: 24 average Clubs Art, Drama, National Honor Society, Student Council, Environmental, French/Spanish, Key, Book Club and more Graduate Accomplishments z 100% attend universities of their choice z $4.1 million in scholarships awarded to graduating class 2012 Colleges Attended by former graduates U.S. Naval Academy West Point Emory University Berkeley Princeton University Boston College Johns Hopkins Duke Vanderbilt Syracuse University Georgetown University University of Notre Dame 4701 Forest Dr, Columbia, SC 29206 z Phone:(803) 782-2814 sc2
  47. 47. South Carolina other Great Reasons to choose Cardinal Newman catholic School z High SAT/ACT scores z AP Courses and College Credit Courses z ESL Tutoring z Located in Columbia, the capital city of the State of South Carolina z Located 4 miles away from University of South Carolina – Undergraduate International Business Program ranked #1 in nation, SC Honors College ranked #1 in nation, Moore School of Business ranked #1 in world for international experience, Chemical Engineering Program ranked in the top 55 in nation z Clubs/Activities – Academic Quiz Bowl, Chess Club, Drama Club, Pep Club, Book Club, Foreign Language Clubs, Art Club, National Honor Society z Famous Alumni – Libby Callahan (4 time Olympiad), James Gambrell (Serves on Air Force One), Ken Vining (White Sox baseball team) z iPad Program – 2014-2015 academic year z Large Campus – New campus in 2015-2016 is 50 acres z Colleges our students have attended: Boston University, Case Western Reserve University, DePaul university, Emory University, Fordham University, Georgetown University, New York University, Syracuse University, West Point, US Naval Academy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Notre Dame, Washington & Lee University z College Representatives visit our campus regularly for students to gather information Cardinal Newman Catholic School SC2
  48. 48. V Valwood High School Go Be yond Valwood High School provides an inspiring and beautiful academic environment in the midst of Georgia in the American South. Valwood challenges each student to strive for academic excellence through a program founded on a rigorous, traditional college-preparatory curriculum. The curriculum is designed to foster intellectual curiosity and to enable each student to read with understanding, think critically and creatively, speak fluently, and write effectively. The school encourages participation in the arts, athletics, and experiences in the natural world. School profile Founded: 1968 Location: Valdosta, mid-south Georgia Campus area: 45 acres Number of students: 400 Number of teachers: 42 Enrollment: Grades 9-12 (K-12 setting) Teacher-student ratio: 1:9 Teacher qualifications: 100% with bachelor’s degree or above and 37% with master’s degree or above Average teaching years: 12 years School recognition: Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS), Advanced ED AP Classes: 15 SAT top 10% average score: 1825 Honors classes: 8 Language classes: Spanish, French (both honors level) Accommodations: Homestay Ideal Students Students who hope to study in an aesthetic environment with an inspiring faculty and modern facilities School Advantages The school has a convenient location: It is only a threehour drive to Atlanta, Georgia and Orlando, Florida. It is surrounded by an extensive national forest, parks, beach, and a wildlife reserve area. The weather is pleasant and the environment is beautiful. The student-teacher ratio enables students to perform at the highest academic level. Small class sizes optimize each student’s growth potential, both on a personal and academic level. Valwood High School provides an inspiring learning environment in which gifted students prosper and thrive. Recent graduates earned a total of $3 million in scholarships, and many outstanding students move on to high profile American Ivy League universities. 4380 Old US Hwy 41 N, Hahira, GA 31632 • Phone:(229) 242-8491 • GA1
  49. 49. Georgia The school relocated in 2002; hence, all campus facilities are modern and in an excellent condition. Valwood High School offers the latest in high-tech teaching methods and is a member of America’s 1:1 iPad program. Curriculum 23 advanced classes: AP English language and writing, AP Statistics, AP English literature and writing, AP Spanish and culture, AP U.S. government theory/microeconomics, AP Art, AP World History, English II, AP American history, Spanish IV, AP Psychology, French IV, AP Human geography, Algebra I, AP Biology, Algebra II, AP Chemistry, Geometry, AP Environmental Science, Introductory Calculus, AP Physics, Calculus, AP Calculus AB. Sports Male sports Female sports Cross-country Cross-country Basketball Volleyball Football Basketball Swimming Swimming Golf Cheer-squad Soccer Golf Track&field Soccer Wrestling Track&field Tennis Tennis Student clubs Student Council, Choir, Literature Club, Yearbook Club, Debate Club, Mock Court, Math Club, Model United Nations, Drama Club, National Honor Society. College admissions for Former graduates/alumni Harvard University Yale University California Institute of Technology Dartmouth College Vanderbilt University Emory University University of Virginia Wake Forest University Georgia Institute of Technology Davidson College Washington and Lee University Duke University Georgia University Valwood High School Go Be yond GA1
  50. 50. Clearwater Central Catholic High School IB Program z College preparatory Tradition, Honor, Pride AP z Honors z On-Campus College dual enrollment School profile Founded: 1962 School recognition: Southern Association of Schools and Colleges (SASC) Location: Clearwater, Tampa, Florida Campus area: 40 acres Nearby city: Tampa Airport: Tampa, Florida Airport School type: Co-ed American School Religious background: Catholic High School School enrollment: Grades K-12 International enrollment: Grades 9-11 School population: 450 Number of teachers: 29 Teacher qualifications: 71% of teachers have master’s degrees or above Teacher-student ratio: 1:15 SAT scores: 1964 (top 30%) Scholarships: Over $2.5 million in academic and athletic scholarships Enrollment rate: 100% College credit courses: 8 IB courses: 16 AP Classes: 9 Honor Classes: 21 ESL classes: Not offered but provide related English labs Accommodations: Homestay Curriculum 9 AP courses: English language and writing, English literature and writing, calculus AB, biology, environmental science, physics B, U.S. government theory and politics, American history, Spanish 21 honors courses: English 9-10, algebra I-II, geometry, introductory calculus, world history, American history, Spanish I-III, chemistry and physics, biology, chemistry, physics, FL1 anatomy and physiology, journalism 2-3, yearbook 2-3 Language courses: Spanish I-V Ideal Students Students interested in IB courses and students who have interests in Theater (Broadway,) art and a choice of electives. School Advantages Located in the Sunshine State (tropical) with a scholarly environment beneficial for study and health. Ample advanced courses, offering college credit courses, IB courses, AP courses, and honor courses. Advanced teaching facilities Featuring the Margaret Doyle Carter Science Center and Broadway-style White Family Art Center. 540 S Hercules Avenue z Clearwater, FL 33764 z Phone: (727) 298-1620 z
  51. 51. Florida sports/club activities High participation rate paired with superior performance. Numerous awards have improved the quality of students’ extracurricular life and ensure their complete development. Sports: Baseball, basketball, cheer squad, cross-country, football, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball, weight-lifting, wrestling. Student clubs: Band, Student Council, Academic Club, Ambassador Club, Drama Club, Environment Club, Literature Club, School Newsletter Club, Yearbook Club, Science Club, Technology Club, Dancing Club, Debate Club, Spanish Club, Model United Nations, International Student Club, Art Honors Society, Math Honors Society, Spanish Honors Society, National Honors Society, Hospice Teen Council International, Thespian Society, Peer Ministry, and Key Club. Colleges attended by former graduates/alumni Harvard University Brown University Princeton University Dartmouth College Cornell University Stanford University Purdue University Yale University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Columbia University Pennsylvania State University University of California, Berkeley University of California, Los Angeles Duke University George Washington University Georgetown University New York University Miami University alumni CCCHS alumni are active leaders in American business, politics, sports, and the Arts. School honors z 100% graduation rate and college enrollment rate z 75% of students won a total number of $0.95 million Great Expectation Scholarships z Last year, graduates won a total of $250 million college scholarships z In 2011, this school had 25% of its students taking AP courses z In 2011, the passing rate of AP tests was 73% School Facilities z 4 teaching buildings z Sports field with track z Football field z Book store z Media center z Baseball field z Weight room z Library z Soccer field z Stadium Clearwater Central Catholic High School Tradition, Honor, Pride FL1
  52. 52. Trinity Catholic High School Diversified Curriculum, mature sports programs, chosen as “Best Central Florida School” Ideal Students Students who wish to attend a rigorous East coast school, hope to study an advanced level of classes, and progress in sports. School Advantages Many widely known schools in the area. Celebrated locally, excellent teaching, rich extracurricular activities Chosen as the “Best Central Florida School” in 2012. Double credit courses: Human Anatomy and Physiology (8 college credits), Fundamental Sociology (3 college credits) are offered at school. There will be more double credit courses opening in 2014. School profile Founded: 2000 School recognition: Southern Associations of Schools and Colleges (SASC) Location: Ocala, Florida City climate: Mild and humid, all year sunshine, cozy climate Nearby cities: Tampa, Orlando Airport: Orlando International Airport Nearby colleges: University of Central Florida School type: American Local Private Mix High School School enrollment: Grades K-12 International enrollment: Grades 9-12 School population: 520 Number of Chinese students: 10 Number of teachers: 44 Teacher-student ratio: 1:12 Teacher qualifications: 100% teacher certificate Average teaching years: 13.5 years, all teachers have over 583 years teaching experience Graduation rate: 100% SAT top 10 average score: 1900 College enrollment rate: 100% AP classes: 19 Language classes: France and Spanish Accommodations: Homestay Sports Cross-country, Tennis, Football, Track and Field, Golf, Weightlifting, Swimming, Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball, Bowling, Soccer, Baseball, Wrestling, Softball, and Cheer Squad Colleges ATTENDED BY FORMER graduates/ alumni University of Pennsylvania University of Notre Dame University of Miami Purdue University University of Alabama University of Florida Florida State University University of Tennessee University of Texas Saint Louis University Northeastern University 2600 SW 42nd St, Ocala, FL 34471 z Phone:(352) 622-9025 z FL2
  53. 53. Florida Universities near school University of Tampa University of Miami University of Florida Florida State University University of Southern Florida SAT scores SAT top 10 average score: 1900 Sport accomplishments z The mayor of Ocala announced January 6th as the “Trinity Catholic Celtics Day” to reward the outstanding performance of Trinity Catholic High School sports teams z School’s football team created longest Florida high school football gaming time (the match had three play-offs, Trinity Catholic High won 56:55 in the end) z School’s football team won two state championships and twice won second place z Girl’s soccer team won 2012-2013 state championship z School’s basketball team and baseball team won regional final championships z In 2010, student Quincy Hoppel was boxing state champion in his category z School’s boys’ soccer team, girls’ volleyball team and girl’s softball team made it to the regional finals with their impeccable sportsmanship and first-rate technique. Curriculum AP Calculus A/B AP calculus B/C AP statistics AP English AP British Literature AP music theory AP art history AP biology AP art of photography: 2D Design AP American history AP world history AP microeconomics AP macroeconomics AP computer science AP environmental science AP geology AP Spanish Students have outstanding performance in American history, world history, English literature, English, and U.S. government theory, far above average national scores. 22 honors classes. Multiple double credit courses: human anatomy and physiology (8 college credits), fundamental sociology (3 college credits) are offered at our school. There will be more double credit courses opening in 2014. Alumni John Brantley: 2006 graduate, Baltimore Rudio-videoens quarterback Kadron Boone: 2009 graduate, Louisiana State University wide receiver Student clubs z Dancing Club z Student Ambassador z Choir z Band z Drama Club z International Habitat for Humanity z Societe honoraire de Francis z Spanish National Honor Society z Student Council z Computer Club z Operation Smile z Anchor Club z Key Club z SADD Trinity Catholic High School FL2
  54. 54. The Rock School Students receive a well-rounded, college preparatory education, with emphasis placed on the development of the student’s mind, body and spirit College-Preparatory Education with a Christian Emphasis Low Teacher-to-Student Ratio & Small Class Sizes Affordable, Private Education Safe, Nurturing Environment Honors & AP Courses Offered Accredited Institution School profile Founded: 1993 School recognition: Southern Association of Schools and Colleges (SASC), Association of Christian Teachers and School (ACTS), Florida League of Christian Schools (FLCS) Religious affiliation: Christian (no specific denomination) City climate: mild weather, distinct four seasons Nearby city: Orlando (slightly more than one hour-drive) Airport: Gainesville Airport School type: Co-ed High School Campus area: 12 acres Grades setting: Grades K- 12 School populaton: 246 students Student-teacher ratio: 10:1 Number of international students: 31 Number of Chinese students: 11 (high school 8) Number of teachers: 24 Teacher-student ratio: 1:8 Teacher qualifications: 100% certified, 30% of faculty hold advanced degrees AP classes: 11 Honors classes: 7 AP passing rate: 70% College enrollment rate: 100% SAT score: Average of 1874 ESL classes: Professional ESL teachers Language classes: Spanish FL3 iPads! Every student receives an iPad for their use in the classroom and for assignments. Accommodations: School dormitory (luxury apartment style) Curriculum AP English, AP British Literature, AP European History, AP Computer, AP American History, AP Art, AP Calculus A/B, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Economics, Honors English, Honors Chemistry, Honors Physics, Honors Biology, Honor Algebra I, Honors Geometry, Honors Algebra II Ideal Students Students who hope to study in a safe and beautiful environment and have advanced academic performance, as well as advance in sports School Advantages Advantageous geographic location with convenient transportation. This state is warm and mild all year with several popular colleges in the area. 9818 SW 24th Ave, Gainesville, FL 32067 • Phone:(352) 331-7625 •
  55. 55. Florida Other Advantages: AP passing rate: 70% College enrollment rate: 100%. Student Awards: School drama club won Excellence Award in state competition in 2012. School basketball team is well known in the area, and many graduates went to universities with full sports scholarships (including two NBA seed players). College acceptance: Graduates from this school have an offer rate from University of Florida (UF) as high as 87% High tech campus, advanced teaching facilities, and one of the first schools to join America’s 1:1 IPAD program ESL courses: Offered to international students Many electives are available Student clubs Drama Club, Math Club, Student Council, Community Service Club, Yearbook Club, Youth Christian Club, National Honor Society Nearby Colleges Stetson University University of Florida University of Tampa University of Central Florida University of Miami University of Northern Florida Bari University University of Southern Florida Colleges for passing-year graduates/alumni New York University Pennsylvania University University of Texas University of Florida University of Kansas Kansas State University University of Oregon Florida State University Louisiana State University Furman University Tampa University Full Sail University Mississippi State University Fairleigh Dickinson University Wellesley College University of North Carolina, Wilmington SAT scores Average top 10% SAT score: above 2000 Sports Basketball, football, soccer, volleyball Sports Honors Our school basketball team is well known in the area. In the past few years, many graduates won full sports scholarships to the University of Florida, Louisiana State University, University of North Carolina, Florida International University, University of Northern Florida, Rider University, Youngstown State University, and other popular colleges. Alumni Scottie Wilbekin: 2010 graduate, NBA seed player Joel Embiid: 2013 graduate, NBA see player Stevie Benz: singer, song writer Lauren Schmidt: Broadway actor We are located in beautiful Central Florida... close to the beaches, Disney World, Universal Studios, and many other tourist destinations. We know that you will love it here! The Rock School FL3
  56. 56. Western United States California Immanuel Schools, Reedley Pilgrim School, Los Angeles Bradshaw Christian School, Sacramento Nevada Mountain View Christian School aka Champion Center, Las Vegas “Go West, young man,” is a quote by an American author about the country’s westward expansion. As the last region of the United States to be settled, California and the other states of the West have their own distinct cultures and influences. There are redwood forests with trees that seem to touch the sky, rollerskating co-eds on Venice Beach and the mighty Sierra-Nevada Mountains. From cities to desserts, movie sets to casinos, the west is as diverse as the stars on Hollywood Boulevard. the west Coast The West Where an Adventurous Spirit finds a Home
  57. 57. Western United States of America The West Coast/California From your home on the west coast, you can explore the technology of California’s silicone valley or take up surfing, visit Great Basin National Park or explore the hippie counter-culture of San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district. You’ll find the climate to be sunny, the scenery to be beautiful and people who are open and tolerant of everyone. Highlights of the American West 8 Pacific Coast Highway The 8 Grand Canyon The 8 Hollywood, California 8 Francisco’s Cable Cars San 8 Yosemite National Park 8 Monterey Bay Aquarium The 8 Vegas Las 8 Hoover Dam The 8 66 Route 8 Carlsbad Caverns National Park 8 Diego Zoo San 8 Place Market - Seattle Pike