The program of training in the senior classes combines intensive training in basic, fundamental subjects, art and the chosen type of creativity, as well as active development of academic skills necessary for continuing education in the university. Students become more collected, attentive, are able to work effectively independently and in a team, form and defend their point of view, work with sources and competently outline information.
The list of subjects studied by students is quite extensive:
The student himself can choose which subjects he will study at the standard level of complexity, and which ones - in-depth. Usually, the increased complexity is chosen in those disciplines that will be required for training at the university, are required for admission to the chosen specialty.
The American school of Amerigo Los Angeles - Bishop Montgomery High School is located in sunny California just 2 km from the ocean coast. Founded in 1957, the school was able to earn an excellent reputation among both teachers and students from all over the world: thus, in the Niche rating, it was certified to the A + level. Particularly noteworthy is the excellent, state-of-the-art departments of STEM and Visual Art - their level of development and equipment is higher than most American schools.
High level of education and professional, experienced teachers, supporting courses and language programs for foreign students - all this gives graduates the opportunity to demonstrate really impressive results. The best of the best enter the renowned, elite universities of the Ivy League, as well as in such privileged universities as UC Los Angeles, UC Berkeley, UC Irvine. Additional plus is the opportunity to actively engage in sports both at professional and amateur level: Bishop Montgomery High School employs more than 13 sections, and the most successful pupils can represent the school at regional and international competitions, earning a personal sports scholarship.
The cost of the curriculum is $ 68,000 for the academic year (2 semesters); additional registration fees are $ 5950. The indicated cost is not included and is paid additionally: