Seisen Charity Pancake for WHEAT

Join us tomorrow morning to help raise money for WHEAT Trust a South African charity that provides women with education, training funding to become self-sufficient.

Top Seisen Youtube Videos of 2018

In 2018 we shared close to 150 videos on the Seisen International School Youtube Channel. Here are the most viewed videos from 2018.

SEISEN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Learning to Love, Loving to Learn

Academic and Higher Education Advising

We are proud of the fact that students from Seisen International School graduate fully prepared to succeed in higher education and are maintaining their excellent standards of performance in select colleges throughout the world.

Virtually all graduates of Seisen International School are accepted by, and enroll in, college or university.

The purpose of our advising program is to guide and assist with all aspects of the college search and application process. We work with students to find universities that match their personalities, needs, and goals while offering advice on establishing manageable timelines. Additionally, we provide pertinent information regarding standardized tests, test preparation, and summer programs. We actively encourage college representatives to visit our students and our school.


Pathways for Seisen Graduates

65%

Matriculate to North American Universities

 

15%

Attend universities in Britain and other European countries

20%

Enter universities in Japan or Asia

99%

of the graduating class of 2018 is attending 3 to 4 year institutions.

100

universities and colleges will visit Seisen during lunchtime or after school during the first and fourth quarters,

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Ms. Mary Harrington
Academic and
Higher Education Advisor

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Director of The Global Public Service Academies (www.GPSA.org).

GPSA runs hands-on medical programs for high school students. These are service-learning experiences in Guatemala, Belize and West Virginia. We will also be adding a site in the near future in southeast Asia, perhaps in Thailand or Indonesia.

These are tremendous growth experiences for the students, many of whom will discuss their experiences when they apply to college in the US or elsewhere. There is a fee for students to participate in the trips, typically paid by the parents.

GPSA is a partnership between Johns Hopkins University, Duke University and selected high schools. We often work with these high schools to create custom programs teaming Duke University faculty and students with high school educators to create a curricular

























integrated trip that enhance the intellectual experience for the students before, during and after their immersion.
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