English Language Program for High School:
JOIN US IN OUR 35th YEAR!
This course is designed to help high school students (ages 14-19) rapidly learn English in an English-only, immersion environment.
Small class size ensures individualized attention. The curriculum is tailor-made to each student's level and students accelerate at their own pace.
July 21 - August 17, 2019
Four weeks of English Immersion
Daily English classes with a master teacher (native English speaker) each morning from 8 am to 12:15 pm
Daily group afternoon activities (see PDF calendar for details)
Walking tour of downtown Honolulu, Honolulu Zoo, flight simulation at the Pacific Aviation Museum, hula lesson and Hawaiiana program, Magic Island Beach, hike up Diamond Head Crater, organic farm trip, souvenirs at Aloha Stadium Swap Meet, sailing on a catamaran boat, hiking the Makapu’u Lighthouse trail, Ala Moana Shopping Center, afternoon at the movies, Bishop Museum, ice skating, Waikiki Beach, Polynesian Cultural Center, campus tour of the University of Hawaii, and the Honolulu Museum of Art
Optional one-weekend or month-long homestay with American host family
Daily weekday lunch following each English class
Pre- and post-testing
Certificate of completion
Farewell party and graduation ceremony with families
Complete online program application form
Provide proof of health/accident insurance
If participating in homestay, submit "Dear Family" letter and photo
Submit $300 deposit to reserve enrollment at time of application
Submit remainder of program fees by June 30:
Balance is $1,995 after deposit - total cost is $2,295
The participant is responsible for all international travel expenses to and from Hawaii, travel documents (visa, passport, etc.) and health/accident insurance (required of all participants throughout the duration of the program) and transportation to and from school e.g., by public bus. Students will also be expected to bring sufficient spending money to cover personal expenses, emergency expenditures, and any debts incurred while in the State of Hawaii. (Host Families will provide basic room and board and involvement in family activities. Special events, excursions, or activities beyond the program described above are the responsibility of the participant).