STUDY ABROAD

Boarding high schools are the best way to study abroad. These schools possess campuses where students live in residential houses. This enables the students to benefit from campus activities and spend the entire focusing on the activities they truly enjoy. If the students were to live with local families, they would be mostly forced to rely on the time possibilities of their host families. The students can choose whichever school fits best their needs and choose their study program. Thanks to the close cooperation we know the schools to the detail - we can be sure that you’ll choose the right school for you.

Our goal is not only to provide the students with the best quality education but also to help them choose the school that best suits their needs. To achieve that, we have established partnerships with over 45 boarding schools in the USA, Canada and Europe. These schools exclusively accept our agency’s students. We hold regular meetings with the schools so that we knew what is currently happening at the school and if we can be of any help to our students.

We meet regularly with the school representatives. We know exactly what is happening at the schools and can help our students with anything during their experience.



FIND YOUR DREAM SCHOOL

Boarding schools in numbers

50+
SCHOOL SUBJECTS

Most of the schools offer more than 50 academic subjects and a wide variety of after-school activities. Therefore, each student can study whatever they love and enjoy.

40+
ACTIVITIES AND CLUBS

Being at school is not what it is all about. Students can take part in a number of extracurricular activities such as joining sport clubs, robotics clubs, film clubs or debating societies.

100 %
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

98% of the graduates are accepted by world’s best universities.

400
STUDENTS

This is the average number of potential friends one can make at a boarding school. Nevertheless, the capacity differs from one school to another. There are smaller schools with approximately 100 students but also larger schools with as many as 1600 students.

25
COUNTRIES

The schools are pro-diversity. That is why it is not uncommon to make friends from students from dozens of different countries.

150
YEARS OF TRADITION

Most of our schools take pride in their tradition as they have existed for around 150 years. This results in their thoroughly elaborated know-how in the field of education and excellent reputation among universities.

Where would you prefer to study?

Boarding school

98% of boarding school graduates get admitted to the prestigious universities all over the world every year, this includes universities such as Harvard, Yale, Oxford, MIT.

Students who study abroad can study for an extended period of time. Their high school diploma can then be recognized as valid in their home countries as well.

Students of boarding schools can choose a specific school with guaranteed admission. They know exactly where they will go.

Students of boarding schools live in residential houses located within the campus itself. They can take advantage of copious campus facilities and activities and they get incorporated into the student community.

Students of boarding schools obtain F-1 visas that secure the same rights the American students have. They will find no obstacles in pursuing their further studies not only at American universities, but anywhere else in the world.

98% of boarding school graduates get admitted to the prestigious universities all over the world every year, this includes universities such as Harvard, Yale, Oxford, MIT.

Students who study abroad can study for an extended period of time. Their high school diploma can then be recognized as valid in their home countries as well.

Students of boarding schools can choose a specific school with guaranteed admission. They know exactly where they will go.

Students of boarding schools live in residential houses located within the campus itself. They can take advantage of copious campus facilities and activities and they get incorporated into the student community.

Students of boarding schools obtain F-1 visas that secure the same rights the American students have. They will find no obstacles in pursuing their further studies not only at American universities, but anywhere else in the world.

State school

State school graduates often struggle in getting to the best universities.

Studying abroad cannot exceed one school year. Most students are declined the possibility to graduate.

Students of state schools do not find out where they will go in advance. The choice of a particular state, family or school is not theirs. Typically, they obtain specific information two months before departure.

Students of state schools live with host families which in practice means having to adjust to the time possibilities and customs of the host family. The process of changing a host family in case of disagreement is very complicated.

Students of state schools obtain J-1 visas that are designed for short-term exchange programs. These students are often allowed to study the easiest levels of school subjects only.

State school graduates often struggle in getting to the best universities.

Studying abroad cannot exceed one school year. Most students are declined the possibility to graduate.

Students of state schools do not find out where they will go in advance. The choice of a particular state, family or school is not theirs. Typically, they obtain specific information two months before departure.

Students of state schools live with host families which in practice means having to adjust to the time possibilities and customs of the host family. The process of changing a host family in case of disagreement is very complicated.

Students of state schools obtain J-1 visas that are designed for short-term exchange programs. These students are often allowed to study the easiest levels of school subjects only.

Who are the graduates of our partner schools

Alan Shepard

the first American in space

Filip VI. of Spain

the king of Spain

John F. Kennedy

the 35th president of the USA

Mark Zuckerberg

the founder of Facebook

Roberto C. Goizueta

the former CEO of the Coca-Cola Company

Shepard Fairey

a renowned American artist

George H. W. Bush

the 41st president of the USA

Sidney Crosby

an outstanding ice-hockey player

Valerie Jarrett

the former Senior Advisor to Barrack Obama

William S. Knowles

a Nobel Prize recipient for Chemistry

Check out our partner schools

We have personally chosen 44 partner schools which are exclusively accepting students recommended by JK Education. We visit the schools regularly, we meet with the representatives and the students. Thanks to that, we are always assured that our students are satisfied.



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Ackworth School

West Yorkshire, UK

American University Preparatory School

California, USA

Athol Murray College of Notre Dame

Wilcox, Canada

Balmoral Hall School

Winnipeg, Canada

Besant Hill School

California, USA

Bishop's College School

Quebec, Canada

Burr & Burton Academy

Vermont, USA

Carlsbad International School

Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic

Dunn School

California, USA

Foxcroft Academy

Maine, USA

Fryeburg Academy

Maine, USA

Hawai'i Preparatory Academy

Hawaii, USA

Holderness School

New Hampshire, USA

International Junior Sports & Education Advisors

Florida, South Carolina, USA

Kents Hill School

Maine, USA

Lake Mary Preparatory

Florida, USA

Leighton Park School

Berkshire, UK

Lincoln Academy

Maine, USA

Lyndon Institute

Vermont, USA

Maine Central Institute

Maine, USA

Maumee Valley Country Day School

Ohio, USA

Montverde Academy

Florida, USA

New Hampton School

New Hampshire, USA

Northfield Mount Hermon School

Massachusetts, USA

Pickering College

Ontario, Canada

Rabun Gap Nacoochee School

Georgia, USA

Ross School

New York, USA

Saint Andrew's School

Florida, USA

Solebury School

Pennsylvania, USA

St. Andrew's School

Rhode Island, USA

St. Johnsbury Academy

Vermont, USA

Stanstead College

Stanstead, Canada

Stuart Hall School

Virginia, USA

The Brook Hill School

Texas, USA

The Northwest School

Washington, USA

The Pennington School

New Jersey, USA

The White Mountain School

New Hampshire, USA

The Winchendon School

Massachusetts, USA

Thornton Academy

Maine, USA

Villanova Preparatory School

California, USA

Washington Academy

Maine, USA

Wayland Academy

Wisconsin, USA

Westbourne School

Penarth, UK

Wilbraham & Monson Academy

Massachusetts, USA

Wyoming Seminary

Pennsylvania, USA

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