PEDUS is delighted to announce our 2019 International Elite Academy at the Lawrenceville School program! IEALS is a unique program for international students who would like to immerse in the U.S. culture, English language and U.S. high school education. In addition to that, students also have the opportunity to interact with experienced and highly qualified faculty members from the school.
With various courses offered during two summer sessions, International Elite Academy provides you with more than academic improvement; it gives you the opportunity to study at one of the nation’s most prestige private schools.
One-hour drive from the historical city Philadelphia, Lawrenceville locates in central New Jersey. During the camp, students will have the chance to visit Washington DC, New York City, Princeton and Philadelphia.
Through different camp activities and excursions, we look forward to create a very dynamic and exciting experience for the students. Campers will enjoy The Lawrenceville School campus, between and after classes, by playing sports, reading in the library and making new friends.
Residential Program for International Students
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session : summer 2019
International students who will be ages 12 to 17
The Lawrenceville School,
500 Main St, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
3 classes, 12-14 students per class
40 Students. Students will be separated into 3 with
12-14 students per class depends on the age and English skill of each student.
High School or College Admission Counseling
English Classes (ESL)
Lectures (US Government, Music, Education)
Note: The International Elite Academy is not affiliated with The Lawrenceville School Summer Scholars (LVSS) program. It is designed for international students who seek for American education experiences and does not require a minimal TOEFL scores to attend.
The professional and friendly staff welcomes international students from around the world! Many of our staff speak other languages, have taught and lived in other countries and can facilitate international students’ acculturation process. All members of the teaching staff are experienced instructors who care about students’ need and success.
Previous instructors & lecturers:
Samuel Washington is an alumnus of Lawrenceville School and serves both as an Associate Dean of Admission and the School’s Director of Multicultural Affairs as well as a Second Form boy’s Advisor. His is an assistant coach for the varsity basketball who encourages an active play time and a healthy lifestyle to all campers. Sam often travels to China and has interviewed hundreds of Chinese applicants for the Lawrenceville School. Sam teaches US culture and advises students who are interested in applying for US boarding schools.
Koreen holds a Master’s Degree in Education. She is the Director of English as a Second Language at New Jersey United Christian Academy (NJUCA), where she has worked for six years. During her tenure at NJUCA, she developed the ESL program and continues to guide students toward high levels of English proficiency. Born in New York, She served in the United States Air Force immediately after high school. She is a current member of the World Tang Soo Do Association, a third degree black belt, and a karate studio owner.
Larry Filippone teaches US history at the camp. He is currently the US History teacher for Lawrenceville. His previous work experience in Seoul, Korea has brought him extensive experience and enthusiasm to work with international students. Previously, Larry was the Dean of Deerfield Academy and Assistant Head of Hill. His background as an educator went through a number of prestigious boarding schools including the Thacher School, Stevenson School, and the Montclair Kimberley Academy. He is the Independence Foundation Chair at the Lawrenceville School.
Susan Gaylord is a versatile performer who is able to adapt to the operatic, oratorio and symphonic stages as well as the intimate venues where a pianist or a small ensemble are her musical partners. Specializing in the training of the beginner's vocal, Ms. Gaylord has remained a passionate teacher for over 20 years in private voice instruction. She is a vocal instructor at both the Lawrenceville School and the Pennington School, and serves as the Vocal Director for the Blue Mountain Chamber Music Festival.
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PEDUS short-term programs offer international students aged 10–17 the opportunity to study in elite U.S. schools and to immerse in different cultures. With a variety of housing, course and campsite options, PEDUS features engaging winter and summer camps that fit student' needs and improve their skills.
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