International Students

International Programs and Tuition

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Contact the Admissions office with questions:
Mr. Deke Nolan
Director of Admission
913-367-5482
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2014-15 School Year

Intensive ESL Summer Program - (Program Information)

(July - August)
12-19 year olds accepted

Designed for students studying in the US for the first time and needing to build their English level. Also geared for students as they prepare for the TOEFL exam. Students that attend can remain on campus to enter the school year, which begins just a few days after the Summer session ends. This program coincides with immersion activities in the evenings and weekends to ensure cultural experiences.

 

English Camp (Mexico/Latin America)- (Program Information)
(July - August)
Ages: 12-19 years old

Ideal for students namely from Mexico and Latin American countries that want to study English and immerse in the US culture for 5 weeks. Length of program can be adjusted per request. Students typically return home after the session. This program coincides with immersion activities in the evenings and weekends to ensure cultural experiences are had.

 

High school diploma program (Apply)
(Regular School Year: August - May)
Ages: 12-19 years old
Grades: 9th - 12th grades

A college preparatory curriculum for international students, with ESL support as needed. The program is designed to provide the challenge and support for a student to continue their education into University after graduation. 98% of MH-MA graduates go directly into University after graduation.
 

One Year Study Program    (Apply)
(Regular School Year: August - May)
Ages: 12-19 years old
Grades: 9th - 12th grades

A long tradition of families from Mexico and Latin American countries have sent their children to MH-MA for a year of study abroad. Students are accepted just as a regular applicant, but with the knowledge that the student will be returning home at the end of the school year. Maur Hill - Mount Academy will support the family and school in the student's respective country in order to validate grades. In most cases this means ensure an acceptable course schedule followed by an official transcript at the end of the year with an Apostille.

 

ESL Program & Support

There are 3 levels of support available for students on the High school diploma program; Beginner (I), Intermediate (II), and Advanced (III). This program is incorporated with an international students academic schedule to ensure the necessary English support is provided. All international students upon arrival will take an English proficiency to determine class placement.

 

International Students (2014-15)

 
Annual Payment $29,000   Due Aug. 1st

Semester Payment Option
   
1st Payment $17,000   Due Aug. 1st
2nd Payment $13,000   Due Dec. 1st
       
January Entry $17,000   Due Jan. 1st

 

Fees

   
Application Fee $100 Initial Fee Due When Applying
Security Deposit $500 Initial Fee Due If Accepted; I-20 Then Express Mailed
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Senior Grad Fee -----

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Uniforms -----

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ACT/SAT & TOEFL Prep Courses

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Boarding Fees (Living in Dorms)

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Meals (3 meals a day)

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Fees as applicable

     

College Credit Registration Fee

$25  Initial Fee Due When In College Credit Course

College Credit Classes

varies  Annual Fee Typically 3 credit hours per class ($180)

AP Exams

varies  Annual As Scheduled

Personal Spending Money

$30-$40/wk  As Needed

Estimate $2000 For Year


*Spending money: The school opperates a money checkout system for families. Personal spending money for a student can simply be added to the tuition payment for your child and it will be placed in the student's individual spending account. The student may check money out on a weekly basis, per the approved amount desired by the family.

** Bank Account: The school can assist a student in opening a local bank account if the family chooses.