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HIGH SCHOOL

The following programs/classes are appropriate for high school students ages 15 – 17 years old. Please note that TCALC online is designed for students age 16+.

EDUCATIONUSA ACADEMY CONNECTS

Target Market: High school students ages 15 – 17

Date: January 18 – February 12, 2021 (4 weeks)

Format: 3 hours per week/4 weeks

Cost: $300, including materials

Incentive: Enrolled students will receive $300 off of a future on-campus EducationUSA Academy.

Class offerings: Presentation and Pronunciation Skills and Introduction to U.S. Universities

Description: This online program is designed for motivated high school students who plan to come to the US for their undergraduate degree. Sponsored by EducationUSA and the US Department of State, this online program complements Temple University’s EducationUSA Academy on-campus.


TCALC ONLINE

Target Market: All learners and professionals ages 16+

Dates: Fall 1 & 2, Spring 1 & 2, Summer 1 & 2

Format: 7-week sessions offered all year long

Cost:

Integrated English9 hours/week$1154.15
Writing & Reading Intensive6.5 hours/week$847.50
Enrichment5.5 hours/week$724.90
Cost includes tuition and fees

Our TCALC Online Classes are developed with student goals, budget and schedule in mind. Students can choose from our more intensive, academic Core classes or our Enrichment classes which meet specific student needs.


EDUCATIONUSA ACADEMY

Target Market: High school students ages 15 – 17

Date: Summer

Format: 3 weeks, residential, 2 tracks: University Academy, Art & Design Academy, B-1/B-2 visa program,

Cost: $5250, including tuition, fees, housing, meals, materials, health insurance, ground transportation and activity fees.

Incentive: Students enrolled in Academy Connect will receive $300 off of a future on-campus EducationUSA Academy.

Description: This in-person program is designed for motivated high school students who plan to come to the US for their undergraduate degree. Students will join high school students from the local area and around the world to learn about U.S. university life (sponsored by the U.S. Department of State) and American culture in and out of the classroom.