Еще осталось 95 CAS - не пропустите возможность! 95 CAS still available at Buckswood! Do not miss your chance for a unique British Boarding
Уважаемые коллеги Елена Ивановна Юзефчук и Светлана Васильевна Озерина!
Школа Баксвуд рада вам сообщить, что у нас к ‘копилке’ еще есть 95 CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies). Это значит, что у вас есть возможность записаться на одну из наших программ и получить невероятный опыт учебы в Англии! Так что не пропустите эту возможность и пишите нам скорее!
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Dearest colleagues Elena Ivanovna Uzefchuk & Svetlana Vasilievna Ozerina,
Buckswood School is delighted to announce that we still have a bank of 95 CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies) available. This means there is still a chance for you to sign up and have the unique experience of studying in the UK! So don’t miss it, and get in touch with us right away!
And if you’re wondering why sign up to Buckswood, well here’s why…
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For pupil progress and achievement at A level
40 points – Top IB score 2018
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American Hebrew Academy Announces Reopening for 2020-2021 Academic Year
Academy will welcome students of all nationalities, cultures and religions
Greensboro, N.C., September 16, 2019 – A newly appointed Board of Trustees for the American Hebrew Academy today announced that the Academy has secured the long-term financial support required to sustain robust operations. The Academy will resume full operations and the commencement of classes for 9th, 10th and 11th grades for the 2020-2021 academic school year. The decision to resume 12th grade classes for the 2020-2021 academic school year has not been finalized at this time. The Academy’s campus has not been sold, and financing to resume operations was secured through Puxin Limited (NYSE: NEW).
Unlike the past, in which the Academy only enrolled students of Jewish heritage, the Academy’s highly acclaimed and rigorous college preparatory program will now be available to students of all nationalities, cultural and religious backgrounds. This change will allow a broad spectrum of local day students to attend the Academy alongside an increased enrollment of boarding students from across the United States and around the world. The Academy’s respected curriculum will continue to offer honors level, Advanced Placement (AP), early college and pre-career courses, as well as a new International Baccalaureate diploma option. In addition to the college preparatory curriculum, students will enjoy an expanded choice of elective courses in topics such as Introduction to International Business, Jewish Studies, Global Economies, Spanish, Chinese and Hebrew language, Entrepreneurship and Advanced Technologies.
A founding member of the Academy’s first board of trustees, Glenn A. Drew is expected to serve as Executive Director of the Academy. Head of School, Dr. Abe Tawil is also expected to return to the Academy as are other key administrators and faculty.
“We are delighted that the Academy’s future will reflect a more diverse curriculum and student body of all faiths, cultures and nationalities, creating a global educational experience unmatched by any other school,” said Glenn Drew. “We have had an exceptional opportunity to learn and grow from our past to assure even greater success in the Academy’s future.”
The Academy’s strong commitment to athletics and arts will continue, given its state-of-the-art athletic facilities and new opportunities in music and video production.
Drew further stated, “The groundswell of support we have received facilitated the Academy’s re-opening. The Academy has been recognized as a crown jewel in our city and within international education circles globally. Since its founding 18 years ago, the Academy has received numerous honors and awards as a dynamic institution at the forefront of education for the 21st century. Now, the next chapter in the Academy’s legacy is about to be written, and we fully expect it will be even better than the past.”
In the coming weeks the Academy will announce its new name and student recruitment campaign for the enrollment of day and boarding students, as well as the launch of a new website.
Students interested in applying for admission to the Academy or seeking further information should contact the Academy at 336-217-7100 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, contact:
American Hebrew Academy | 4334 Hobbs Road, Greensboro, NC 27410