The academic year in the United States begins in late August and early September. The school year ends at the end of June. In July and June, students' parents and students begin to receive newsletters from the school and assignments that must be completed before the start of the school year. Each letter indicates the deadline for which date you need to complete the task or provide the necessary information.
International students receive letters from the school's medical department asking them to update their health information.
The mentor, who is also a tutor, sends information on subjects or a list of necessary literature for reading.
Summer passes fruitfully with books and repetition of the passed material.
Foreign students who come to school for the first time are given the opportunity to stop by a week earlier to get acquainted with the school rules, sign up for circles and gently immerse themselves in school and cultural life.
It is very important to start the school enrollment process early (at least one year before the start of your studies) so that you can collect all the information you need to start the school year and prepare for the move.