Học bổng THPT Mỹ visa J1 và F1
Tuyển sinh visa J1


Cập nhật: 8/7/2014 2:38:34 PM




Topeka Public Schools ($16,490.00)

Topeka Public Schools, a recognized leader in education, is the largest school district in Shawnee County, serving more than 13,800 students. It is one of four school districts that serve the city of Topeka, the capital city of Kansas. TPS believes in the power of involving parents, adults, and the community in the educational lives of young people. TPS provides a variety of opportunities for everyone, whatever their comfort level or skill set, to get involved. Of more than 1,300 teachers and 1,000 support staff, more than 42% of TPS certified staff have at least a Master's degree in their area of expertise. TPS students score at or above the national average and also fare well on state assessment testing. Located in the capital city of Kansas, students will find first-class attractions including the Kansas Museum of History where visitors can step back in time and learn all about the land that is Kansas, the Kansas State Capital with tours of the rotunda, the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site highlighting the historical case against segregation, and more! Topeka is situated along the Kansas River and is also located near Lake Shawnee both of which provide for recreational opportunities such as walking and biking trails, water sports and camping.  


Bishop Seabury Academy ($26,353.05)

Bishop Seabury Academy is an Episcopal, college preparatory school in Lawrence, Kansas. The school is for students who are serious about education and want to explore their potential, whether they are in the classroom, on the field, or on stage. Inspired and committed teachers bring to their classes a real passion for teaching, and each student is treated as an individual, complicated human being. The core curriculum is stressed and critical thinking in all areas is emphasized. Classes are rich with discussion and students are required to be active participants in their education and in their lives. Every student participates in both athletics and the arts. In this way, the students develop into confident, engaged, and exuberant people who can adapt to diverse learning environments and challenges. Lastly, there are also benefits from living in the city of Lawrence, home to the University of Kansas and Haskell Indian Nations University. With these two large Universities in the area, the community as a whole places a high value on education, as evidenced by the lectures, concerts, and numerous cultural and artistic activities associated with the universities.