CAPSTONE Day School Program with American Homestay

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Why choose a U.S. high school

U.S. Private Day Schools prepare students whose primary goal is to enter competitive and prestigious universities in the world. The Private Day Program offers a college preparatory curriculum, and it also provides students with an easier way to transition into the American way of life because each student lives with a local host family. All of our private day schools are characterized by a challenging curriculum, small classes, and a wide array of extracurricular sports and activities to further prepare the student for the future. Our schools are located in safe, upper-middle class suburban areas with no educational risk factors, and we expect our international students to have high academic and personal standards.


Advantages of our private day school

  • Open to all international students
  • Local Host Family Program
  • Stay for a semester, a year or longer to graduate
  • Smaller class sizes allow for more personal attention
  • Advanced Placement (AP) & Honors Courses available
  • State-of-the-art technology labs, science labs, and library resources
  • Co-educational and single gender schools
  • A greater variety of extra-curricular activities and sports
  • Professional Guidance Counselors available for course selection and college planning
  • All Schools are accredited and the curriculum meets U.S. national standards.
Program Outline
Grade Level Grade 9-12
Term Fall & Spring (September & January)

California, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania

Accommodation American Homestay
  • Past 2 years of school transcripts
  • Standardized Tests

  • Personal Interview (Telephone / Skype )



Students Advising


  • Provides academic and non academic consultations
  • Monitors academic progress
  • Provides information on extracurricular activities
  • Advises students on college counseling for U.S. universities admission process
  • Participates parents / teacher conference


  • Counsels student disciplinary guidelines at school
  • Checks on school attendance and student's behavior
  • Communicates with teachers and school administrator
  • Communicates with parents


  • Takes care of any medical emergencies
  • Helps student visa (F-1) process or immigration issues
  • Arranges for airport transportation
  • Counsels students on various personal issues







17 Arcadian Ave., Suite 207
Paramus, NJ 07652 U.S.A.
Tel.201.845.9322 Fax. 201.845.9353