American colleges and universities offer an “interdisciplinary” approach to education; students take a variety of courses in language, history, literature, mathematics and science. Extracurricular activities are also a dynamic part of the learning process and students are encouraged to participate.
Based on their educational objectives and accomplishments, international students are placed in courses of varying levels of proficiency. School sizes and thus classes vary from very small to very large, each offering a unique learning opportunity to students. Our students are expected to carry a full course load and will meet with advisors at their college/university to select classes.
Outside of class, students can choose from a wide variety of sports, recreation and club activities. Options range from sports teams to cheerleading, bands, choral groups, school newspapers, yearbooks and community service organizations. Special interest clubs allow students to expand on their studies in area such as drama, science, debate and music.