• SSI 졸업생 80~90%가 미국대학 진학미국 대학 진학 학생 중 70% 이상 50위권 내 진학 부산캠퍼스 로고(이미지제공: SSI부산캠퍼스) 코로나로 인해 해외 조기 유학이 쉽지 않은 환경에서 국내에서 최고 수준의 미국식 사립 교육을 제공하는 SSI 부산 캠퍼스가 있어 화제다. SSI(Seoul Scholars International)는 서울 강남구 대치동, 서초동, 압구정동 세 곳의 캠퍼스에서 300여명의 학생들에게 미국 정규 중고등 과정을 교육하는 곳으로, 2014년 오픈 이래 약 300여명의 졸업생을 배출했으며, 졸업생 중 70% 이상이 미국 상위 50위권 대학에 진학하는 놀라운 입학 실적을 보이고 있다. 또한 2021년 기준 미국 대학 순위 38위의 UC Davis를 비롯한 유수의 대학과 MOU를 맺어 SSI 졸업생은 GPA 성적이 3.5 이상이면 100% 입학이 가능하다고 SSI관계자는 전했다. […]

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  • SSI Busan Campus started the First Day of Fall Semester on August 23 same as other campus in Seoul. This was historical moment for SSI Busan Campus because SSI Busan Campus has just started the first semester since 2021 fall. Despite the difficulties we all face with the ongoing COVID pandemic, SSI Busan Campus could implement offline classes due to enough campus space. All students and staff are required to follow Safety Guidelines; it is great to see students enjoying the campus life in Busan.

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  • Outside the standard framework of any educational curriculum, there are endless opportunities for students to learn new skills and ignite new passions. Extracurricular activities are a vital element in any child’s development, often building on lessons and learnings that begin during school hours. In this guide, we’ll discuss the importance of extracurricular activities, including a list of ideas and some pointers for getting involved. 5 Important Benefits of Extracurricular Activity   Undertaking extracurricular activities has far-ranging benefits that touch on many aspects of a child’s development. Here are five key reasons why you should be encouraging your child to take on […]

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  • Because the COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult or impossible for many students to take the ACT and the SAT, the vast majority of American colleges and universities chose to institute temporary (or, in some cases, permanent) test-optional policies. Schools in this group included all of the Ivy League universities, most large public universities, and many, many small liberal arts colleges. While no one can be sure yet how these new policies will affect admissions trends at these schools, a larger question hangs over the proceedings for current juniors: what does this all mean for them? Which colleges will be test-optional for […]

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  • Since you put so much effort into studying for and taking AP tests, you’ve likely wondered whether colleges look at AP scores. How is all of your AP prep and effort going to affect your chances of admission to college? Do Colleges Look at AP Scores? There are two issues to address when we consider the connection between AP scores and college admission. First, do colleges even look at your AP scores when you apply? Secondly, if they do look, how much do they actually care about your scores? Do Colleges Look at AP Scores for Admission? While you don’t typically need to send official AP score […]

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  • The February issue of Seoul Scholars Times is now available!This month, the journalists interviewed students and teachers for their thoughts regarding online classes.It contains many interesting articles, written from various points of view.Do you want to find out more about virtual learning? Go pick up the latest article! Please contact the school if you wish to join and make contributions.

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  • On Saturday, February 20th, the SSI Ice Hockey Team held their first practice of the season at the Waikiki Ice Rink.It was their first time learning to play ice hockey but they were all fantastic on ice.It was surprising how well they could skate, and the coach was enthusiastic about the team’s potential.He was full of praise and believes that they could all become excellent skaters in just three months.  

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  • As students and colleges adapt to new realities and changes to the college admissions process, College Board is making sure our programs adapt with them. We’re making some changes to reduce demands on students. We are no longer offering SAT Subject Tests™ in the U.S. Because SAT Subject Tests are used internationally for a wider variety of purposes, we’ll provide two more administrations, in May and June of 2021, for international students.   Students currently registered for an upcoming Subject Test in the U.S. will automatically have their registration canceled and fees refunded. Students who are currently registered for, or plan to […]

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  • BPP University’s unique approach is education that is academically rigorous but also grounded in practical application that is highly relevant to our students.It has around 15,000 students, studying across 13 centres, in eight locations across England and online around the world.BPP University ranks 1st Place against the Russell Group of 24 leading Universities for the number of UK Postgraduate Students who went into Employment and are in Highly Skilled Occupations98.1% of BPP University graduates* in employment were in highly skilled occupations 15 months after graduatingWe have absolute confidence in the quality of our online offering, with over 10 years’ experience of […]

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  • First Day of Spring Semester of 2020-2021 started on January 11th for Seoul Scholars International Students. Before class started on January 11th, we held an orientation for the new students in the cafeteria on Friday, January 8th. We are looking forward to seeing them grow as a person and as a scholar at SSI. With the continued increase of confirmed cases of COVID-19, our students began their classes online through Zoom. Despite the gloom over the pandemic, our students at SSI showed strength and perseverance by logging on to Zoom on time and being prepared to learn.

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