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We are a 3-week summer program that prepares you for success at U.S. boarding high school. Boarding school academic expectations are very different, so we teach you the key skills and strategies that can directly influence your grades. We cover academic writing, literary analysis, critical thinking, U.S. history, college preparation, time management and new cultural situations. Our teachers are not test prep or ESL tutors – all have advanced degrees and teaching experience at ranked U.S. boarding schools. Don’t leave your GPA to trial-and-error or chance - sign up and get the Advantage.
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