The purpose of the online high school study abroad preparation program is not only to improve your English proficiency and communication skills, but also to reproduce overseas classes more realistically so that students can experience the environment before studying abroad. Overseas, it is common to study English by purpose, and there are also debate and presentation classes. In addition to such various English lessons, by studying essential non-English subjects such as mathematics and science, you will be able to join lessons at the local school more smoothly when studying abroad.


AGE: 13 to 17 years of age

NATIONALITY: Students from Japan, Taiwan and Vietnam

ENGLISH-LEVEL: All levels are accepted


September Program: September 7th - October 2nd, 2020

October Program: October 12th - November 6th, 2020

November Program: November 16th - December 11th, 2020


Monday ~ Friday: 17: 00 ~ 19: 15 (Vietnam time)

CLASS SIZE: Maximum 6 students





In your English class, your knowledge and skills are constantly improved with various daily activities, including vocabulary quizzes, daily readings on various topics, and mini-presentations to put into practise the vocabulary and grammar structures that you have learned.You will learn mathematics from the basics using the US SSAT Test as our guideline. This coves arithmetic from elementary school to junior high school. Solving mathematical problems in English will dramatically increase your understanding and communication of math concepts and problems.Our science classes are separated into biology and chemistry subjects, and aim to review what your existing knowledge of key concepts, connecting it with the corresponding English vocabulary, as well as to introduce new concepts so that you can glimpse ahead in preparation of regular high school classes abroad.

Lessons in Conversation, Presentation, and Debate are designed to help you gain confidence in speaking about yourself and your opinions in English. This is a particularly important skill to have in Western Countries, which emphasize overt expression of ideas.

In this class, you will learn how to construct an argumentative essay and how to make persuasive arguments. By the end of the 4 weeks, you will create your very own essay, an important skill in for future academic English applications. 



Monday17:00 ~ 19:00 – English Class
18:15 ~ 19:15 – Math Class
Tuesday17:00 ~ 19:00 – English Class
18:15 ~ 19:15 – Chemistry Class
Wednesday17:00 ~ 19:00 – English Class
18:15 ~ 19:15 – Essay-Writing Class
Thursday17:00 ~ 19:00 – Conversation or Presentation or Debate Class
17:00 ~ 19:00 – Math Class
Friday19:00 ~ 20:00 – English Class
18:15 ~ 19:15 – Biology Class

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