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Our portfolio includes more than 350 prestigious high schools, each carefully selected based on our experience with what international students value. We’ve been partnering with high schools in the USA and worldwide for 20 years. By collaborating with our schools throughout each student's lifecycle, we ensure that students are prepared and happy with their choices. While the schools focus on academic excellence, Educatius takes care of the rest.

Academic Year: USD 48,895

Semester: USD 30,395

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Price from USD 30,395
  • Program
  • Accomodation
  • Meals
  • Local Support
  • Resilience Training
  • Certificate of Participation
  • Orientation and student handbook
Reservation fee: $ 50

HIGHLIGHT INFO

A top high school in the state, Newton South High School's rigorous academics are reflected in their exceptional average SAT scores of 1325 and 97% college acceptance rate. Students have access to programs such as STEAM and career and vocational technical education. The schools offers 5 foreign languages and 20 AP courses. Over 50% of students maintain a GPA of 4.0 or higher.

FACILITIES
The Newton South campus features vocational technology education equipment and a culinary arts facility. The Newton South Recreation Complex offers a gym, an indoor track, a fitness room, a wrestling/dance room, a wellness classroom, and locker rooms.

SPORTS AND ARTS
Students can play on various championship teams such as volleyball and ice hockey. They can also take advantage of New England's climate by competing on the ski team.
Newton South has a very strong arts program. At the 2016 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, 34 students won 81 awards. Famous alumni of the school include producer, actor, and writer of NBC's hit comedy The Office B.J. Novak as well as The Office actor John Krasinski.

AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Newton South was ranked the #6 best public school in Massachusetts by Boston Magazine, taking into account class sizes, test scores, and AP participation. In 2018, 16 students were 2018 National AP Scholars. US News and World Report ranked Newton South as the 29th best school in Massachusetts, and Niche.com rated it "A+".

COMMUNITY INFORMATION
Newton, is a unique suburb of Boston with a system of villages. Downtown Boston is only 10 miles from the school and accessible by public transportation. In 2012, Newton was named the 4th best small city to live in America by Money Magazine.

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School Information

14 - 17

Glass Arts, Media, Studio Art, Film Academy, Animation, Theater, Acting, Theater - Technical Theater, Public Speaking, 3D Design, Fashion Design, Ceramics, Photography, Media Arts, Video Production, 2D Art and Design, Studio Art - Drawing, Art History, Theater Directing, Graphic Design, Woodworking

Chinese, French, Latin, Russian, Spanish, American Sign Language

Ballroom Dancing, Asian Student Alliance, Black Student Union, Community Service, Dance Team, Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA), Math Club, Mock Trial, Model United Nations (Model UN), Newspaper Club, Robotics and Engineering, Speech and Debate, Student Government, Snowboarding Club, Skiing Club, Classics Club, Engineering Club, Finance, History Club, Science Club, Speech and Debate, Climate Action Club, Stock Market, UNICEF, Fashion Club, Environmental, Habitat for Humanity, Interact Club, Key Club, Red Cross, Black Student Union, French Club, Japanese Club, Jewish Club, Spanish Club, Art Club, Improvisation, Writing Club, Photography Club, Chess Club, Journalism Club, Yearbook Club, Book Club, Knitting Club, Archery Club, Badminton Club, Flag Football, Table Tennis Club

Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish, Biology, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Government and Politics, English Literature and Composition, European History, French Language and Culture, Spanish Language and Culture, US Government and Politics, Studio Art, Chemistry, Chinese Language and Culture, Computer Science A, Music Theory, Statistics, US History, 3D Design, Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism, Physics C: Mechanics, English Language and Composition, Studio Art - Drawing, Art History, Psychology, Comparative Government, Microeconomics, Environmental Science

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