The well-known American school-board of joint learning Loomis Chaffee is designed to teach children from 12 to 18 years - both Americans and foreign students. It is located in Connecticut, Windsor, and occupies a vast, well-equipped campus. A total of about 670 students study there: they are representatives of 29 American states and 32 world countries.
There are no more than 12 people in each class: this allows teachers to practice an individual approach, giving each student maximum personal attention. The main priority of the school is the comprehensive, integrated development of each child as a unique personality: preparing him for higher education, developing intellectual and analytical skills, critical thinking, perseverance and ambition. A rich extra-curricular program and an international atmosphere helps schoolchildren to grow in comfortable conditions, to cultivate tolerance and mutual respect.
All summer program students are accommodated in the campus's comfortable residences. Each room is designed for 1-2 people, fully furnished and equipped with the necessary equipment; Each residence includes a cozy common living room with TV, refrigerator and mini-kitchen - you can prepare something for a snack, a cup of tea or coffee. Free Wi-Fi is available.