The Places You'll Go

Explore Campus Life, Cultural Activities, and More...

EducationUSA Academy exposes international high school students to life on a U.S. college campus. In addition to classroom study, students will have opportunities to improve their English skills, learn how to prepare a successful college application, make connections with peers and teachers, and participate in cultural activities that will give them a taste of American life.

Embrace Different Cultures

EducationUSA Academy expands your horizons. In addition to learning more about U.S. culture, you will make friends with students from all over the world. Explore an Academy Today!

Experience Campus Life

Academy students not only have the chance to connect with their peers, but also to learn more about the U.S. college admissions process and to improve their English in an immersive environment.

“Here you can find that your friends are your family. Your perspectives will change and you will want to reach your goals.”

-2015 EducationUSA Academy Student, Peru

“Here you can find that your friends are your family. Your perspectives will change and you will want to reach your goals.”

-2015 EducationUSA Academy Student, Peru

A Sample Weekly Schedule

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
8:30 – 11:30
Program Orientation
and Language Testing
8:30 – 11:30
Reading/Writing
Skills Course
8:30 – 11:30
Reading/Writing
Skills Course
8:30 – 11:30
Reading/Writing
Skills Course
8:30 – 11:30
Reading/Writing
Skills Course
Canoeing, Hiking,
or Biking with
U.S. Peers
Arrive at
Regional Airport
1:00 – 3:00
Oral English
Skills Course
1:00 – 3:00
Guest Speaker
Presentation on
U.S. Higher Education
1:00 – 3:00
Oral English
Skills Course
1:00 – 3:00
Oral English
Skills Course
Afternoon
College Tour
Free Time
Welcome Dinner
with Program
Faculty and Staff
Ice Cream Social Basketball Game International Cooking
Competition
Movie Day

“It was an amazing experience. I got to learn a lot and met a lot of fantastic people…I really think that education in the U.S. is worth it and I would love to study here.”

-2015 EducationUSA Academy Student, Mexico