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Welcome to John Bapst, one of the top academic high schools in New England, located in a region known for excellence in education and for its warm welcome to international students from all over the world. New England is home to Harvard, MIT, Yale, Dartmouth, Brown, Tufts, Boston College and Boston University — the list goes on and on of great colleges and universities. John Bapst prepares students well for these opportunities and for universities across the U.S. and Canada.
John Bapst is now accepting international applications for August 2018 (fall semester) and January 2018 (spring semester). We encourage applicants to apply to John Bapst as early as possible. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until all places are filled. We also welcome you to visit our campus.
If you have questions regarding the application process, please contact us at email@example.com, or write directly to Ms. Louisa Deng, Director of the International Program, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ms. Beth Campbell, Director of Admission, at email@example.com.
Supporting Forms for International Applicants
The following packet of supporting document forms are required sections of your application. Please complete these forms and return to John Bapst by fax +1 207-947-7694.
This downloadable packet of Supporting Materials for International Students in pdf includes:
- English Teacher Recommendation
- Parent Affidavit of Support and Proof of Financial Capability
- Authorization of Release of Educational Record (school transcript)
- Credit Card Authorization form for submission of $75 application fee payment.
If you have questions, please contact Admission Director Beth Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org) or International Program Director Louisa Deng (email@example.com).
Additional Required Documents
- School Transcript (English Translation is required)
- Bank statement or proof of income
- Photo copy of passport ID
- Test Scores – one of the following options:
- TOEFL, TOEFL Jr., IELTS, SSAT, or other recognized test of English ability for non-English speaking students
- Tests should be no more than one year old. TOEFL requirement: 65 or above (grades 9/10) or 80 or above (grades 11/12).
- Photo – no larger than 2.5”x 3” (optional)
- An interview (in person, by phone or Skype) is required
- F-1 non-immigrant student visa
Admission decisions will be made as soon as all materials have been received. Get started today — we’re eager to meet you and help you reach your educational and personal goals.