Our son is studying a middle class program at Cambridge Tutors College. From the very beginning I planned to get a higher education in England. My friends advised to start as early as possible, transfer to the school abroad.
We addressed SMAPSE: friendly attitude and high-quality advice, there is no admission commission and a large selection of institutions. I take the GCSE course in Cambridge Tutors College: the reviews are excellent, rankings is high, and the location near London is still bribed, the same transfer is easier to organize.
Programs are complex, but the son likes it. For example, he plans to go to the microbiology departments, he focuses on biology and chemistry at school. There is a laboratory, and compositions, and examples for research, teachers are young, so that all information is up-to-date. It is convenient that the school not only cares about lessons, but in fact can take the child every day from and to: the son sends photos from various excursions, sports olympiads, entertainment, and all this is already included in the program. We did not have an English barrier, in general, we learn the language from the first grade.
In general, we very much hope that all the work will not be in vain and it will be possible to enter a good high school abroad - with Smapse, again, we have selected several prestigious options, in two years we will get documents and prepare.