Study in the United States

In the United States, education is compulsory for all students up to the age of 16. 

One of the main advantages of Living in the United States is that American students who attend public schools do not pay fees from the 1st to the 12th grade, that is, they are totally free and everyone has the possibility of having access to education in public institutions.

The school grades are: Pre-school (Admission age: between 3 and 4 years old) Kindergarten (Admission age from 5 years old), Elementary School / Middle School / Junior High School (from 1st grade to 8th grade), High School (It is taken from 9th grade to 12th grade).

The school term in the United States lasts twelve years. This is followed by six years of primary school (1st-5th) and another seven years of secondary school (6th-12th). American schools start the course in September after the summer break (July-August). A school year lasts two semesters: the first, from September to December; and the second, from January to June.

It is common that in the United States there is a great offer of scholarships from public and private institutions to access university. Students with sports skills and outstanding young talents are supported in different areas of knowledge.

In the United States, the academic year normally has about 180 school days. School holidays, again, are determined not only by federal holidays (which affect the entire country) but also by state and local holidays. Federal school vacations, and therefore those that affect the entire country.

Considering only Florida, the top five universities in the state are ranked among the top 500 universities in the world. In addition, South Florida has several public and private schools whose graduates have entered Harvard, Princeton and MIT Universities.

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