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University of Toronto visited

University of Toronto visited Seoul Scholars on September 25th. U of Toronto is the #1 university in Canada and is located in the heart of Downtown Toronto. In addition, U of T is Canada’s top research university and #2 in North America for research. Furthermore, U of T is ranked #18 in the world. U […]...

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University of British Columbia visited

University of British Columbia visited Seoul Scholars International on September 25th. Their Senior Director went over UBC’S programs and talked about work permit as well as research programs. Students can stay in Canada for 3 years after graduation and if they find a sponsor, they can stay for even longer. UBC is #1 in the […]...

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University of Washington College Visit

University of Washington visited Seoul Scholars International on September 18th. Their admissions officer talked about the application checklist, different majors offered and living on campus. In addition, University of Washington has students from all 50 U.S. states and 100 different countries. University of Washington uses unweighed 4.0 GPA scale and they specifically look at how […]...

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College for Creative Studies Visit

College for Creative Studies visited Seoul Scholars International and gave a presentation on their majors and different programs they offer. CCS offers Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees and most of their international students come from South Korea. CCS is located in Detroit and major cities such as New York and Chicago are very close to CCS. […]...

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MICA College Visit

A representative from MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art) visited our campus on September 4th. He went over all the different majors that MICA offers and mentioned that students come from 48 different U.S. states and 58 different countries. For first year students, they have an opportunity to make work in 2D, 3D, and 4D. […]...

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Clubs Day

Seoul Scholars International had Clubs Day on August 30th. The students were given an opportunity to join clubs and the club leaders gave a presentation on their clubs. This year’s approved clubs are: Orchestra, Computer Science, Acting Club, Book Club, Science Club, Design, Band, Baking Club, Arts and Crafts, National Honors Society, Acting Club, Volleyball, […]...

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2019 Back to School Night

Seoul Scholars annual Back to School Night was held on August 26th. Our headmaster Mr. Paul Battle introduced all the teachers and staff members. In addition, the counselors gave a presentation on school policies, announcements, and shared some pictures from main events such as winter concert, field day, and orientation trip. Furthermore, parents had an […]...

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First Day of 2019 Fall Semester

After a long summer break, Seoul Scholars International started the First Day of Fall Semester on August 19th. Counselors handed out schedules, orientation guide, and the student handbook to the students. Furthermore, our headmaster Mr. Paul Battle gave an excellent speech about finding a purpose and always giving 100 % effort and handed out awards. […]...

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