Thank you for considering One School of the Arts as an option for your international scholar’s education. We appreciate your interest in our school and look forward to answering your questions.
One School of the Arts is situated on a beautiful 11-acre campus tucked away amid green picturesque oaks in Longwood, a city in Seminole County, Florida, United States, approximately 30 - 40 minutes from Seaworld, Universal Studios, Orlando and Disney attractions. We are close to the University of Central Florida, Rollins College, FullSail University and more.
We are a private Christian school which educates scholars from many backgrounds and cultures, and our school represents a diverse demographic of families. Our educational philosophy to is educate the whole child in mind, body, spirit and soul through four pillars of the arts: visual, performing, communicative, and culinary.
We provide 21st Century Learning experiences for scholars so classroom instruction becomes innovative, collaborative, and creative. Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Oracy are the focus, as well as equipping scholars to become remarkable citizens with a strong character, who will impact their society, and become leaders in their culture.
Our International Program is SEVIS approved and offers a comprehensive college-preparatory curriculum designed to prepare all scholars, including international, for admission into American Colleges and Universities. Our school is fully accredited and we offer host family placement for your scholar if needed.
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Winter Schooling Program 2018
Country: South Korea
Duration: January 4th - February 22
Age Range: 2nd to 7th grade
What is the Winter Schooling Program?
This program is created for international students to experience the American schooling system, in the most hands-on way possible. One School partners with EDUUS, a Korean educational agency. International exchange students attend classes, participate in activities and do the work that is required of them during this time. Students also get to experience family life, after school and weekend culture, and American family values.