Educatius Group’s USA F-1 Inbound High School Program Listed by CSIET for 7th year in a Row
Los Angeles Unified School District
School DescriptionWith over 168,000 students, Los Angeles Unified School District is the 2nd largest in the country. Four of their public high schools accept international students. The district’s outstanding academics have earned it a California Gold Ribbon Award. Schools in the district offer a combined 14 foreign languages and over 40 AP courses as well as honors options.
Los Angeles Unified School District’s recent improvements to their campus facilities include new or upgraded sports complexes, outdoor communal areas and quads, and state-of-the-art learning and performing arts centers.
SPORTS AND ARTS
The district’s championships teams compete in a variety of sports including golf, soccer, American football, and water polo.
The All District High School Honor Band is world renowned, drawing the finest musicians from its individual high school band programs. The band marches every year in the Tournament of Roses Parade and often performs in Bandfest at Disneyland.
AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
LAUSD boasts 12 winners of the United States Academic Decathlon championships, more than any other district in the country. In recent years, many of the district’s outstanding high school teachers have been named Educator of the Year. The district received the California Gold Ribbon Award recognizing their outstanding and innovative schools.
Los Angeles, the 2nd largest city in America and entertainment capital of the world, offers world-class theaters, museums, entertainment, and professional sports. The city’s metropolitan area is one of the most prominent cultural, technological, media, and international trade centers in the country.
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- 9, 10, 11, 12 Grades at School
Diploma Year Offered?Yes
Student PopulationCoEd - School for both genders
English as Second Language (ESL) Support AvailableYes
Accepting Students in Grades9, 10, 11, 12
Other - Eligibility Requirements?Students need to fill out additional Student Questionnaire form and parents must sign pg.2 of supplemental LAUSD Application form. All enrollment forms must be completed by May 15, no exceptions, as this is the deadline for new complete applications. All students must take California state English exam (CELDT) upon arrival
Blogs and News!
"International students who study at a US high school have an inside-track to attend a US University," according to Educatius Group's Academic Director Dr. Sharon Tan.
"Enjoy every moment like it is your last.” That phrase was my motto I lived by this past year.
It is impossible to believe March is coming to an end. With that being said, just a small reminder that Graduation is less than two months away and not to mention Prom is next month!!! Time truly flies when you are having a good time and when you are far away from home.
It's a great challenge for international students to leave their home and comfort zone. But living with an American host family will leave you with a lot of good memories. Today let me share with you my tips from living with host families for three years in American high schools!
Educatius Group received the largest number of international high school students on CSIET F-1 high school programs in 2017-2018!
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