Educatius Group’s USA F-1 Inbound High School Program Listed by CSIET for 5th year in a Row
Groton-Dunstable Regional High School
School DescriptionLocated in northern Massachusetts along the New Hampshire border, Groton-Dunstable Regional High School is only an hour from the city of Boston and minutes from several ski mountains. Rated “A” by Niche.com, the school has partnerships with a college and a university to offer dual enrollment courses in six different subjects.
Modern campus facilities include an auditorium, science labs, a photography studio, sport fields, tennis courts, and more.
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Sports like skiing take advantage of the school’s location and climate while students can also participate in traditional team sports such as baseball, lacrosse, and field hockey.
Groton-Dunstable’s outstanding photography and journalism program has graduated several notable alumni including Dan Shaunnesy, a sports writer for the Boston Globe, and Stephan Kornacki Jr., a political journalist and correspondent for NBC News.
The town of Groton is located about one hour from Boston and only twenty minutes from the nearest ski mountain. Students can also travel just fifteen minutes to the New Hampshire border and enjoy the state’s skiing, hiking, and other outdoor activities.
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Awards and Accomplishments Of School
Scored top 25% of ACT/SAT Scores; One of the Top 300 Newsweek Ranked Schools; Football team state champions; Swim coach is former oplympian;
Educatius student Yihe P. was awarded a $92,000 ($23,000 per year) scholarship to attend Saint Anselm College, in New Hampshire. The college is ranked in the top 100 National Liberal Arts Colleges in the United States.
Dan Shaunnesy - an American sports writer. He has covered the Boston Red Sox for the Boston Globe since 1981.
Stephan Kornacki Jr. - an American political journalist, writer, and television host. Kornacki is a national political correspondent for NBC News.
- 9, 10, 11, 12 Grades at School
Diploma Year Offered?Yes
Student PopulationCoEd - School for both genders
English as Second Language (ESL) Support AvailableNo
Speciality ProgramsA CSIET student who has graduated from a secondary school in his/her own country must not have completed thirteen (13) years (including kindergarten) – or twelve (12) years (not including kindergarten) – of formal education.
Accepting Students in Grades9, 10, 11, 12
TOEFL Junior Required745
Other - Eligibility Requirements?Video Interview required with Educatius Advisor
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.
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