We turned to the specialists with a rather complicated request: we needed a very fast transfer to an English school (for family reasons), although the high level of academic achievement and excellent English language, Artem could not boast. He studies well, but we have heard that English schools are very scrupulous and accept only foreign students. Smapse assured us that everything is not so scary, and after the introductory meetings they offered us several variants of good schools, where they had already checked the availability. We liked Wycliffe College: both the introductory requirements are not strict, and the excellent statistics for A-level (we were interested in this particular program), and excellent conditions for children.
The son has been studying for almost a year and is very pleased: despite the soft entrance requirements, the school trains its students under the full program - the A-level course was expected to be complicated and intensive, a lot of homework, practical tasks, Studies and various projects in the group. But Artem does not complain: he understands that no one will iron him at the university either, so we must prepare in advance.