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Description : Diploma + advanced placement in Stuart Hall School

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Ranking: 74.2
Accommodation type: boarding house, residence
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational schools
from $ 6000.00 / semester
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-18
from 27 500 $ / semester

Description

Advanced Placement (AP)

American program for high school students, designed for deep, thorough mastering of subjects practically at the university level, complicated. The AP course is complex and intense, but it gives significant bonuses: it is items marked AP in the certificate that first attract the attention of admissions commissions and can even be credited to many colleges and universities. The AP certificate is widely known and is highly valued in more than 50 world countries, especially in the US and Canada.

As a rule, students at the AP level prefer to choose those subjects that are related to their future specialty and which they plan to continue studying at the university. Choose the discipline you are interested in from the following list:

  • Higher mathematics and algebra (levels AB and BC)
  • Statistics and analysis
  • Computer Science and Computer Science
  • Chemistry
  • Acting, drama and theater
  • Physics
  • Biology
  • Ecology
  • fine arts: visual arts + creation of a portfolio, music (vocals or playing musical instruments), theater (scenario mastery and direction)
  • Pre-medicine
  • Pre-Engineering
  • human anatomy
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Studio Arts
  • The theory of music.

Senior students have the opportunity to freely attend classes and lectures at the nearby Mary Baldwin College and James Madison University, if this does not interfere with their primary schooling course.

The cost of schooling (including full board accommodation and meals, as well as leisure and entertainment activities according to the program) is 49,500 $ for the academic year (24,750 $ per semester-half-year).

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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-18
from 27 500 $ / semester

Advanced Placement (AP)

American program for high school students, designed for deep, thorough mastering of subjects practically at the university level, complicated. The AP course is complex and intense, but it gives significant bonuses: it is items marked AP in the certificate that first attract the attention of admissions commissions and can even be credited to many colleges and universities. The AP certificate is widely known and is highly valued in more than 50 world countries, especially in the US and Canada.

As a rule, students at the AP level prefer to choose those subjects that are related to their future specialty and which they plan to continue studying at the university. Choose the discipline you are interested in from the following list:

  • Higher mathematics and algebra (levels AB and BC)
  • Statistics and analysis
  • Computer Science and Computer Science
  • Chemistry
  • Acting, drama and theater
  • Physics
  • Biology
  • Ecology
  • fine arts: visual arts + creation of a portfolio, music (vocals or playing musical instruments), theater (scenario mastery and direction)
  • Pre-medicine
  • Pre-Engineering
  • human anatomy
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Studio Arts
  • The theory of music.

Senior students have the opportunity to freely attend classes and lectures at the nearby Mary Baldwin College and James Madison University, if this does not interfere with their primary schooling course.

The cost of schooling (including full board accommodation and meals, as well as leisure and entertainment activities according to the program) is 49,500 $ for the academic year (24,750 $ per semester-half-year).

Annual
13+
from 6 000 $ / semester

English courses for foreign students

English as a Second Language (ESL)

Supportive language program for foreign students, aimed at improving all key, basic knowledge and skills:

  • Grammar
  • Reading
  • Auditing (listening comprehension)
  • Vocabulary (active expansion of vocabulary)
  • Written speech
  • Oral speech (spoken English)
  • Phonetics (correct pronunciation, accent correction)
  • Improve communication skills.

This is an effective addition to the basic curriculum of the school, helping foreign students to quickly join the new atmosphere and quickly catch up with classmates in terms of the level and speed of mastering the material.

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