Our Elementary, Intermediate, and Junior High campuses are certified to legally welcome students from around the world to study at the campus of their choosing. It is an excellent opportunity for cultural exchange and to embrace the rich diversity of our world.BACK TO PROGRAMS
Our K-8th grade schools are certified to legally enroll non-immigrant F1 International Students. While enrolled issued I-20 students will receive school credit for their academic work .
After the above items are submitted, the school will input the student information into SEVIS (the government system), and will then print out and sign the I-20. Please allow 2 days for the school to process the I-20. The school can either mail the I-20 to you, or you can have someone pick-up the I-20 in
the school office.
The student will use the I-20 to apply for a Student Visa through the U.S. Embassy.
The student can enter the country up to 30 DAYS before their scheduled program start date. When entering the country, the student will show their passport, student visa, and signed I-20 at the port of entry. At the port of entry, an official will stamp the I-20. The
official will also issue and stamp an I-94 Departure Record for the student to keep while in the country.
The student must report to the office on the first day of school, and bring the following items on the first day:
After the student reports to the school office with the above items, the office will make copies of the items, and then “activate” the I-20. The student is now officially enrolled.
To maintain status the student must continue to attend class, and notify the school within 10 DAYS of any of the following:
When the student reaches their program end date (and does not re-enroll or transfer), the student I-20 record will automatically close after 60 days. The student has a 60 DAY
grace period in which to leave the country after their program end date.
For internationals seeking an opportunity to practice their English and acclimate to American culture in the structure of a classroom setting while visiting the United States for a short-period of time, the International Visitor Program may be perfect. An international visitor may apply to any of the K-8th campuses. International Visitors are not issued I-20s, will not receive school credit for any academics completed during the visit, and may stay for a maximum of two months.
The following documents must be submitted to our school office in order to complete the visitor registration process.
Visitor Application (School form)
Visitor Program Fee (Due with application. Non-refundable.)
International Visitor Emergency Card (School form)
Immunization Records (Translated & Certified)
Please select the campus and program you’re interested in attending.