CATS Academy Boston's curriculum includes compulsory subjects and a wide range of additional disciplines. The program for obtaining a High School Diploma involves the following courses:
In addition, public works are an obligatory component of the program. The number of hours is determined separately for students of each course.
In-depth study of subjects. Students who have decided on the direction of higher education are offered a special academic program Advanced Placement. Its features are increased subject load, classes in mini-groups. Advanced Placement allows students to study world history, statistics, chemistry, biology, mathematical analysis, English, Chinese, and Spanish. The program promotes the increase of the student's rating at admission to the university. In most American universities, estimates for this course are taken into account.
Entry. To enter the school, the applicant must be provided with a TOEFL certificate and a report indicating the progress in the last two years of study.
Students Age: 14-18 Years
Cost: $ 33060 per year ($ 16,800 per semester).
Founded in 1834, the private boarding school Worcester Academy (Worcester Academy), one of the oldest in the US, accepts high school students for training: in 9-12 grades they are prepared for successful admission to universities in the US, Europe and the world. Today, approximately 645 people study on the campus: about 20% of them are foreign students, and approximately 30% of the total live on a full board. Currently, Worcester Academy is divided into two divisions:
At the time of its foundation, in 1834, the school was in a different location - in the town of Union Hill, where it is located and now, it moved in 1869. The flowering and the most active development are connected with the directorate of Dr. D.V. Abercrombie, a successful teacher, who for 36 years of his administration introduced a truly European, progressive and modern style of teaching to Worcester Academy, leaving the traditional American characteristics and subtleties.
The main goal of the institution is the harmonious, all-round development of the personality of each child. Students are taught to learn here: they instill in them a love of reading, a desire for self-education and self-development, encourage the disclosure of personal academic and creative potential, teach to think outside the box and creatively. Nurture and valuable personal qualities: nobility, honor and honesty, responsiveness, justice, tolerance, generosity. The school accepts students of any nationality, color and creed for training - this is how children prepare for life in a modern multicultural world.