Seoul Scholars International Busan Campus is a top-notch private American educational institution
Seoul Scholars International Busan Campus challenges its students with rigorous academic programs specifically tailored to prepare them for the demands of higher education. Building upon today’s climate celebrating diversity, we provide a heterogeneous academic environment to prepare students to contribute and thrive. We aim to enable students to develop skills to achieve their goals and become successful leaders in their respective fields, but we also prioritize reminding them to carry important values that will help them become thoughtful leaders in their generation that can affect positive change.
Our mission is to provide a stimulating and challenging educational experience that prepares and inspires our students for their successful academic journey. To accomplish our goal, we put high emphasis on providing a rigorous and advanced curriculum as well as opportunities for the students to explore their intellectual curiosity. The development of skills in writing and oral communication, acquisition of mastery in subjects, critical thinking and understanding social responsibilities are all part of our education. Another priority at SSI Busan Campus is to encourage students to develop their passions and build their own path, which we achieve through providing ample opportunities to engage in student-led activities on a regular basis and arranging systemic guidance counseling.
Our School’s Goals
The secondary school education at SSI Busan Campus encourages the growth of independence and responsibility as students prepare for the challenges, rigor, responsibilities, and freedom they will face at college and in their adult life. Students select from a wide variety of course offerings, including intensive and focused research projects and Advanced Placement courses.
The exchange student program fosters students’collaborative mindset and understand different culture. Students learn and understand Canadian school life and culture. Our students are expected to apply an integrated thinking model to solve real-life problems with Canadian school students during the exchange period..