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Study with freedom in USA

Source: Oriental Daily News 2019-03-05

Apology: below is a direct Google transate (enhancement will be done at due course)

In recent years, the American campus youth film has become very popular, so many people can go to the local study, and taste the taste of being transferred by the yellow school bus. In fact, the American middle school has a flexible academic system and a diverse selection of subjects. It emphasizes the cultivation of students' artistic and sports expertise and enjoys a wonderful and low-pressure campus life. If you are interested in going to the United States to study at a university, you may wish to study in high school in the United States, adapt to your local life early, and have the opportunity to get a discount on college tuition.

 Traditionally, the United States has been a popular choice for overseas progression to secondary school, and the flexible academic system is definitely one of the selling points. Kitty Wu, director of the US Center for Studying Abroad, explained: "In the United States, schools are organized according to the degree of students. Students in the same class can enroll in different classes. For example, if a 9th class student is particularly outstanding in mathematics, he can enroll in the 11th class; on the contrary, if his English score is not as good as expected, I have the opportunity to study the English section of the 8th class to ensure that each subject is a student." In addition, American high schools advocate small class teaching, with only about 20 students per class, so that teachers have time to take into account the needs of each classmate. When the students take the initiative to ask for help, the teacher will try to help others in the spare time to ask for help.

 
The Village School in Texas has a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) course with MIT MIT.
The Village School in Texas has a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) course with MIT MIT.
Flexible learning
Traditionally, the United States has been a popular choice for overseas progression to secondary school, and the flexible academic system is definitely one of the selling points. Kitty Wu, director of the US Center for Studying Abroad, explained: "In the United States, schools are organized according to the degree of students. Students in the same class can enroll in different classes. For example, if a 9th class student is particularly outstanding in mathematics, he can enroll in the 11th class; on the contrary, if his English score is not as good as expected, I have the opportunity to study the English section of the 8th class to ensure that each subject is a student." In addition, American high schools advocate small class teaching, with only about 20 students per class, so that teachers have time to take into account the needs of each classmate. When the students take the initiative to ask for help, the teacher will try to help others in the spare time to ask for help.

Students who are interested in going to the United States can consider the full-year exchange program and experience a truly American life.
Students who are interested in going to the United States can consider the full-year exchange program and experience a truly American life.
90% of Fairmont Private Schools in Los Angeles are eligible to enter the top 100 prestigious universities in the United States.
90% of Fairmont Private Schools in Los Angeles are eligible to enter the top 100 prestigious universities in the United States.
Adjacent to Saint John’s High School in Manhattan, New York, with a communication course.
Adjacent to Saint John’s High School in Manhattan, New York, with a communication course.
Morality, development, balance
In addition to flexible academics, multi-disciplinary choices in American secondary schools are equally attractive. In addition to core subjects such as English and mathematics, students can choose to draw, stage design, astronomy or anatomy according to their interests, and participate in various academic or sports societies to personally specialize. Developed.

"Study results are important, but American high schools also attach great importance to the socialization of students. Therefore, schools often hold different kinds of extracurricular activities, such as publications, fundraising and volunteer activities, which can be used to train students' organizational skills. It also contributes to the society." Kitty continues to refer to the fact that no matter whether the student is living in a dormitory or a homestay, there will be no mother-in-law on behalf of the mother, and the students will be responsible for part of the housework and self-management time to help them grow. Stage to develop independent personality.

Lisi American Center for Study Abroad Kitty Wu
Lisi American Center for Study Abroad Kitty Wu
Deni
Deni
Tongzhou Progression Fee Remission
For those who intend to progress to the university in the United States, in addition to being able to adapt to local life in advance, they will also increase their chances of being admitted to the university, because American universities pay attention to students’ achievements in the past four years. More American secondary school results are better for reference, and "Honzhou students" have a better chance of receiving college tuition waivers. Kitty said: "In Washington State, for example, if a student graduates from a high school in the state, he or she can enroll in the state university at a lower tuition fee."

It is worth mentioning that if the ability is sufficient, the secondary school students can enroll in the University's Advanced Placement. The results can be counted as university credits, and the secondary school tuition already includes these advanced pre-requisites. It can save money and time in reading the subject in the big journal.

Located at the North Broward Preparatory School in Florida, the performing arts program is taught by The Juilliard School.
Located at the North Broward Preparatory School in Florida, the performing arts program is taught by The Juilliard School.
Windermere Preparatory School, Florida, with the summer dance course at The Juilliard School.
Windermere Preparatory School, Florida, with the summer dance course at The Juilliard School.
Sharing in Hong Kong and Hong Kong students
Deni was originally enrolled in a traditional Japanese women's school. She studied overseas since she was a child. After consulting with her parents, she decided to go to the United States. Because of the high academic degree and freedom of the local academic system, she can learn in a more relaxed environment. After listening to the recommendations of the Liss Study Center, Deni went to the Village School in Texas to attend the 9th class, which is located in the safer and more peaceful city of Houston, promoting small class teaching and promoting academic achievement and participation in extracurricular and charity activities. Balanced development, while Deni was among the best in the four years of school and graduated with an ideal score. She is currently studying at the University of Texas - Austin and will progress to pharmacy in September. Deni's mother would like to thank the Study Centre for its professional recommendation and let her daughter have today's results.

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