The United States has a completely different program of study compared to my country, Cambodia. Education in the United States is provided in public, private, and boarding schools.
Kokomo High School
School DescriptionKokomo High School (KHS) is a comprehensive four year secondary school with an enrollment of 2,000 students. The school is dedicated to helping students learn through outstanding internationally recognized programs in robotics, forensics, band, and choir. Offering the prestigious International Baccalaureate (IB) and ESL programs, Kokomo High School creates a culture of excellence and achievement.
Kokomo High School is proud of its expansive campus facilities with two indoor gymnasiums, swimming and diving pools, four soccer fields, football/track stadiums, ten tennis courts, two softball fields, and a baseball diamond. There are outdoor locker rooms for track and football, and a new business lab with special learning environments. The school also has a unique opportunity for students to live in a dorm.
SPORTS AND ARTS
Kokomo High School is a charter member of the premier (and oldest) sports conference in Indiana, the North Central Conference.
KHS has a long history of clubs and courses to support various artistic interests; drama, band, and choir are some of the activities founded when the school first opened.
Kokomo is found about one hour north of the state’s largest city, Indianapolis. It has a rich history and plenty of multi-cultural events, celebrations and festivals to enjoy yearround. For entertainment and shopping there is a 12-screen movie theater, live music venues, and two major shopping malls.
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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 Grades10, 11, 12
Other - Eligibility Requirements?Interviews conducted, if needed. C+ average minimum required.
Blogs and News!
Ugh...where am I? This was how I felt most of the time during my first day of school.
In this blog, I am going to share three tips you need to apply to study at a USA High School.
In this blog I am going to share my experience of being the only student coming from Cambodia to Kokomo High School.
On my first day arriving in the USA, I was immediately greeted with a warm smile and a hug from my host family. Oh! What a strange and exciting feeling!
Hi Guys! Did you know that the USA has 4 seasons? Yes! There is Summer, Winter, Spring, and Fall (Autumn). For each season, the schools give days off to students and they are called Summer Break, Winter break, Spring Break, and Fall Break.
I thought this is important and want to share my tips on how to succeed in American High School, aside from obvious tips like do all your homework, study hard, and study for your exams.
Educatius Group’s USA F-1 Inbound High School Program Listed by CSIET for 7th year in a Row
"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!
What is the most important factor for international students when selecting a US high school to apply to?
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