Students from Vietnam, South Korea, & Mexico
Concordia High School has partnered with The Cambridge Institute of International Education to ensure the best possible international program. The Cambridge Institute’s international student program prepares students for life abroad prior to arriving at Concordia High School and continues to provide international students with on-going support throughout the school year. International students coming from Vietnam, South Korea, and Mexico must work with The Cambridge Institute to apply for enrollment at Concordia High School.
All inquiries must contact The Cambridge Institute directly:
I-20 forms are issued only to those students who have been offered admission to CHS. All international students will pay full tuition and fulfill all other financial obligations. More info here.
If you are a loving family with a spare room available in your home consider inviting an international student to stay with you this year during his or her high school experience in the U.S. at CHS.
Participating families need to live within a 40-minute commute to and from the school, speak English at home, and ensure that the student eats three nutritious meals per day. Being able to involve the student in family events and activities is a big plus. Families will be compensated for hosting a student.
CHS is working with the homestay service company, GP Homestay. GP will provide a dedicated support staff, host family training and 24-7 emergency support throughout the school year, as well as regular group activities to share with other participating families.
Those wishing to take advantage of this unique opportunity to make a difference in a young person’s life may fill out an application form here.