International Student Director: Jamie Bennington 309.686.4500 x241 firstname.lastname@example.org
Peoria Christian School is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students. PCS has an extensive background in preparing international students for the rigor of higher education. Our average ACT score for the 2017-18 school year was 25.8. Peoria Christian High School was awarded the prestigious Blue Ribbon status in Exemplary Performance in 2018. Please refer to our school profile for a more detailed description of our school statistics, grade point scale, graduation requirements, and universities attended after graduation. Peoria Christian offers unique host family homestay options for our international students that provide students with social and emotional support throughout the school year.
International Tuition and Fees include:
2 week camp prior to the beginning of school. First year students will be immersed into their new environment and will spend time acclimating to PCS culture, building procedures and layout, teachers, peers and homestay family. Students will also receive ESL training, ACT/SAT training, iTep testing and school policy and procedure training. Students will be able to purchase uniforms, purchase school supplies, visit a local university campus, and take a trip to Chicago for shopping. Returning students will receive continued ACT/SAT training, iTEP testing and a 2 week j-term course for high school credit. They will also be able to purchase uniforms, purchase school supplies, visit a local university campus, and take a trip to Chicago for shopping.
School year ESL
School year ACT/SAT training
3 iTEP tests administered by the school
Guided study hall - a study hall with limited number of international students with a teacher that is responsible to keep students on track to succeed
Weekly meetings with the International Student Director to set goals, communicate problems, discuss grades and for general encouragement
Monthly reports to agencies/parents of student’s grades, progress, struggles, and successes
Monthly outings for cultural and social experiences
Transportation to and from Chicago O’Hare Airport at the beginning and end of every school year