Collegiate Welcomes International Students
Louisville Collegiate School is committed to cultivating a community that is reflective of the world in which we live. We have welcomed students from Mexico, China, Germany, South Korea, Spain, France and the Netherlands to our school. Collegiate accepts international student applicants to our Upper School for grades 9 – 11, culminating with graduation after 12th grade.
International students who are accepted into our program will be immersed in all areas of school life including academics, arts, athletics, extracurricular activities and student clubs.[table “” not found /]
*For International Student Tuition from China or Brazil please click here for tuition rates managed by 3W.
Note: Students will need additional spending money for recreational purposes and a computing device and will be responsible for all airfare and travel expenses.
International Student Application
Criteria for domestic and international admission is the same with exception of a required Skype Interview and TOEFL scores upon request. Visit here for a list of application requirements and then complete an online application.
Frequently Asked Questions
All student applicants must have a SEVIS Student and Exchange Visitor Information Service generated I-20 issued by an educational institution approved by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which they submit when they are applying for their student visa. SEVP stands for the Student and Exchange Visitor Program and differs from the SEVIS. The consular officer will need to verify your I-20 record electronically through the SEVIS system in order to process your student visa application. Unless otherwise exempt, participants whose SEVIS I-20 was issued on or after September 1, 2004, must pay a SEVIS I-901 Fee to the DHS for each individual program. The fee may be paid either through a special website, via Western Union or by mail. Click here for information on the SEVIS-901 fee.
For further clarification on SEVIS, visit the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement website.
Once the application requirements have been completed and submitted, Collegiate will schedule a Skype interview and review the student’s file. If the student is accepted, an enrollment agreement will be issued.
When the School receives the completed enrollment agreement, an I-20 will be issued.
The School must have a copy of the student’s F-1 VISA once it is issued. It can be mailed, emailed, or faxed.
Collegiate provides language support through structured academic labs but we do not have a formal ESL/ELL program. All students who apply must be proficient in English language with respect to reading, listening, comprehension, speaking and writing.
No, Collegiate is a day school that is committed to helping international students find host families that are in the Collegiate community if the student’s parent or guardian does not plan on living in the United States.
Note, students from China and Brazil will use Twin Palms through 3W to secure housing.
If you are interested in becoming a host family, please contact Austin Anderton at email@example.com.