International Admissions

Marshall's International program provides a welcoming, enriching, and academically rigorous experience for students from around the world. Since 2008 more than 100 students from 14 countries have made Marshall their choice for a program that positions students for acceptance at America's most top colleges and universities. We have earned a reputation for excelling both at academics and providing a home-like experience for International students.

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Location

Marshall School is located in Duluth, Minnesota. This seaport city was voted "Best Town in America" and "Best Place to Live in the United States" by Outdoor Magazine in 2014 and 2015 and sits along the shores of the largest freshwater lake in the world - Lake Superior.


School Highlights

  • 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio, 450 students in grades 4-12
  • Advanced curriculum offering over 40 Honors and AP-level classes
  • 40+ student clubs and 20 athletic teams
  • 4-year college counseling program, test scores far exceed national average
  • English as a Second Language (ESL) course and language tutoring included
  • A 28-student on-campus residence where international students can access Marshall's Global Learning Center, local field trips, and national travel

Student Life

  • Safe, family oriented residence hall that is a part or Marshall's private 40 acre campus
  • Full access to afterschool clubs and athletics
  • Weeknight and weekend program that includes local excursions, entertainment and community time with friends
  • Host family program that pairs each residential student with a local family
  • Global Learning Center offers residents additional language and academic support


Residence

Starting in fall 2016, Marshall now offers students on-campus living for the first time in the program's history. The 28 bed facility includes single and double rooms, a kitchen and cafeteria, multiple quiet and comfortable spaces for students to study, an enclosed courtyard and garden, and a Global Learning Center.


International Admissions Guidelines

International Application Process and Timeline

Marshall's international application process is designed to evaluate the academic preparation, English language readiness, motivation, and objectives of each candidate. The goal of the international admissions process is to accept students who will be motivated to excel, to participate in community life, and who have goals and dreams for their Marshall experience and their lives. If you are such a candidate, we welcome you, and look forward to working with you.

Application Steps

1. Complete and submit Marshall's application.

2. Complete the student questionnaire.

3. Schedule and complete an interview with Marshall's international admissions staff (usually conducted via telephone or SKYPE) by contacting Christa Knudsen, Director of International Programs, at cknudsen@marshallschool.org.

Tuition and Scholarships

Marshall’s 2016-17 international tuition and fees total $41,000.

  • International Tuition $30000
  • Room and Board $9700
  • Health insurance (required) $1300

Athletics, student club fees, school field trips, books, and English language and academic support are included in academic program costs.

Room and Board costs include lodging, meals, transportation, and field trips (with the exception of elective field trips offered over school breaks).

Scholarships are available on a limited basis through Marshall's Global Scholars program. Students must be able to demonstrate a high level of achievement, both academically and personally to qualify for a scholarship. For more information on the scholarship and application instructions, please contact Christa Knudsen at cknudsen@marshallschool.org.

Contact

International Programs Staff


Christa Knudsen

Director of International Programs
skype: christa_knudsen
phone: (218) 727-7266 ext. 220
fax: (218) 727-1569
cknudsen@marshallschool.org

Bettina Keppers
Residential Program Director
bettina.keppers@marshallschool.org












International Program Highlights

Starting in fall 2016, Marshall now offers students on-campus living for the first time in the program's history. The 28 bed facility will include single and double rooms, a kitchen, multiple quiet and comfortable spaces for students to study, an enclosed courtyard and garden, and a Global Learning Center.


Marshall sponsors several short-term visits from students attending partner schools around the world each year. 2015 saw visits from the Liebfrauschule in Germany, St. George's School in Bogota, Columbia and ICLS in Hanoi, Vietnam. The school will welcome students from Normandy, France, Petrozavodsk, Russia, and Istanbul, Turkey in 2016-17.

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