High Bluff Academy welcomes students from all nations. This school is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students on F-1 student visas. For those students coming alone, guardianship and housing can be arranged with local host families.
San Diego has the ideal climate of any city in the United States. High Bluff Academy is located near beautiful beaches in a charming seaside resort town. Visitors from all over the world flock to San Diego for its outdoor-lifestyle and fun attractions. To find out more about San Diego, please visit http://www.sandiego.org.
High Bluff Academy accepts students entering grades 9 through 12 who have some proficiency in English. High Bluff Academy has its own after-school tutoring and test prep program where students can get help with SAT/ ACT and TOEFL preparation, college counseling, and assistance with college applications and college visits.
STEP 1: Fill out the Application Form and send it along with a copy of your passport to firstname.lastname@example.org
STEP 2: Schedule your online interview with HBA by emailing email@example.com
After receipt of the Acceptance letter and I-20, the student must complete the following:
STEP 3: Pay the SEVIS Fee for the I-901 online at Dept. of Homeland Security website.
STEP 4: Contact the nearest U.S. Embassy to schedule an interview.
Once you receive your student visa, or are notified of a denial, please contact the school at firstname.lastname@example.org
STEP 5: You will need to get your students cleared by a doctor and a dentist before they come to the U.S. MEDICAL AND DENTAL CARE ARE EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE IN THE U.S. even with insurance. You will need to submit PROOF OF IMMUNIZATIONS. Please click here for a list of vaccinations required by the State of California.
STEP 6: You will need to purchase medical insurance for a period covering the student’s first day of arrival until the expected departure date.
Tuition for grades 9-12 is $22,000. This includes all books and fees.
Homestay fees are $16,000 for the school year. If students choose to stay for the summer session, they will pay $375 per week. Homestay fees include meals and transportation.