We work with top-notch private high schools in the great Northwest region of the U.S. that are ready to welcome you into their student body. Each of our schools is trained in integrating international students into their programs and supporting you every step of the way.
One of the premiere NWSS schools, Santiam Christian School, has been named by independent sources as the best school of its size, either public or private, for ten of the last eleven years!
Tuition, fees, room and board at NWSS affiliate schools ranges from $25,000.00 to $30,000.00 for a full academic year, depending on the school chosen. Insurance, spending money, tutoring and travel expenses are not included. There may be some incidental school activity fees, depending on the school. For admissions info, use our contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Once you have completed the State of Oregon graduation requirements at NWSS affiliate schools, you will be prepared for admission into the university of your choice. Many of our graduates go on to the best universities in both the U.S. and abroad. Graduates of our schools attend such respected institutions as Harvard, M.I.T., Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Harvey Mudd College, Waseda University and many excellent state universities such as University of Oregon, and Oregon State University, one of the #1 Engineering schools in the nation! Please see our university admissions page for more info.
Mid-year admission is available on a space-available basis.
NWSS students are placed with well-trained host families who are ready to welcome you into their home and help you complete your studies at your new school. You can be assured of a safe, caring home.
The host family experience includes meals, transportation, family support, and either a single or shared bedroom. You will be safe and supported in your new adventure!
The cost of the home stay experience is included in the total cost of attendance. Personal needs, clothing, school supplies, recreation costs, etc., are the responsibility of each NWSS student.