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The great thing about studying high school 15-18 years abroad in the United States is you have a great opportunity to join our unique  6 week White Christmas program,  experience attending local quality high school while staying with a great host family.  Or come for 5 months semester or a 10 month full year.  America is a huge country with a whole lot of diverse cultures and climates to choose from. The American education system offers a rich field of choices for international students. There is such an array of schools, programs and locations as well as our White Christmas trip which will fit in with your school vacation.  One of the major potential benefits if you study high school in the USA may be the chance to be immersed in the English language in a real classroom. Although that can sound daunting, it can also be a great way to really build your skills! And if your goal is to eventually attend college in America, earning credentials at an American high school may be a good stepping stone.


Prior to higher education, American students attend primary and secondary school for a combined total of 12 years. These years are referred to as the first through twelfth grades.

The school calendar usually begins in August or September and continues through May or June. The majority of new students begin in autumn, so it is a good idea for international students to also begin their U.S. university studies at this time.

One of the primary objectives of our high school study abroad program in the USA is to enhance your English. The longer you stay, the more your English will improve. Over time you’ll develop friendships with Americans, and speaking with them makes a huge difference to your fluency.


Your host family in USA will expect you to join in family activities. They will expect you to share the privileges and responsibilities of being a family member – as if you were a natural son or daughter.

This includes doing your share of chores around the house. Your host family will want to learn about your country and will want to help you understand life in America. They will be eager to answer your questions and explain things to you when you don’t understand. Above all, they want to open their hearts and share their homes with you, their new “son” or “daughter.”

“Only in America can someone start with nothing and achieve the American Dream. That’s the 

Greatness of this country.”  

 Rafael Cruz