As our program is intentionally small, admission is competitive. Thetford Academy seeks students who are highly motivated to live and learn in the United States. Most students wish to stay through graduation and attend a competitive American college or university. Some students choose to complete a one-year program and return to their country to complete their high school education.
All students must present academic credentials that provide clear evidence that they are capable of being successful in a competitive college-bound curriculum and are ready to live independently from their families and country. We look for students who have demonstrated a clear desire to live and learn about other people and who are ready to share their customs and culture with people from other countries.
International Student Application Requirements
|1.Online Application Form||Submit as soon as possible after November 1st|
|2. Additional Documents||Mail, fax, or email as soon as possible after your online application is submitted.|
| International Application Essays
| Individual and Family Photographs (4-6 total)|
| International Physical Examination Report
** Please note that proof of United States Medical Insurance will be required upon enrollment.
| International Applicant Financial Statement documenting the ability to pay tuition and expenses for one year.|
| TOEFL Test Results|
| Signature Page|
|3. International Applicant Recommendation Forms||Referees must mail, fax, or email recommendations as soon as possible after online application is submitted.|
|4. Official School Transcripts||Records must be sent directly from your current school to Thetford Academy in a sealed envelope|
|All documents must be mailed, faxed, or emailed to:
Susan Essex Luce
International Student Program Coordinator
PO Box 190
Thetford, VT 05074 USA
Applications should be submitted as soon after November 1 as possible. Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis. Once the application is reviewed, Thetford Academy will send you a notification regarding acceptance and a contract, if accepted.
For more information, please contact International Student Program Coordinator Susan Essex Luce at 802-785-4805, x 267.