Studying at a high school in the USA can provide a world-class education and the foundations for future success.
Highschool's Offer Funded Scholarships To Talented Athletes
You can receive two different types of sports scholarship:
Full scholarship – the university pays for all your tuition, accommodation, food, books and everything related to your sport. This is commonly known as a “full ride”
Partial scholarship – the university offers you a deal that will cover some, but not all, of the costs associated with attending the university. For example, when attending a university costs $50,000 and the coach is giving you a scholarship worth $45,000, then this is a partial scholarship as there is a $5,000 shortfall you will have to contribute towards the costs of attending the university.
A Life Changing Opportunity
International students who choose a US high school can enjoy a unique, rich and fulfilling experience through their early teenage years.
US high schools can give you everything you'd expect and most have a very strong emphasis on sport with opportunities to play as well as study. And with strong college preparation and close ties to some of the top ranked universities in the world, FirstPoint USA’s high school partners provide a fantastic stepping stone into prestigious higher education institutions.
Whether in big cities or small towns, in the heartland or near the beach, there is a life-changing USA high school experience to suit everyone.
If you’re interested in learning more about US high school opportunities, get in touch for a further discussion.
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