Our 12th grade students are about to graduate, and we will miss them very much when they go on their new journey far away!! However, where will they study next year?
First of all, we are proud to announce that this year, our 12th grade students have received scholarships for their various talents to study at colleges in USA. For example, we have a student who obtained a scholarship and will play women’s soccer next year at Drury University. Another student will play the piano and learn music at Manhattan School of Music and will be able to do this thanks to a scholarship he earned. Other students obtained academic scholarships to universities in Florida and Texas. In addition, we are also happy to mention that another senior was accepted to Boston University which is a top college in USA.
At the same time, we have another group of 12th grade students who have been accepted to universities in the Netherlands in cities such as Amsterdam, Groningen or Rotterdam. The Netherlands has many advantages such as having classes with small numbers of students, very practical as opposed to theoretical learning and for EU citizens excellent tuition fees. Classes in many subjects are taught in English.
Moreover, we have a smaller group of students going to universities in Great Britain. Here, there is a wide variety of choices in careers that students can select from. The teaching is excellent and there are careers that only take three years to complete.
In addition, we have another group of students who will study closer to home. Many students have decided to study in Spain. These universities range from public Spanish universities to American universities in Madrid.