Academic Year Program
Marshall School is able to accept J-1 (one-year exchange) students through CSIET approved programs. J-1 applicants should work through their affiliated program coordinators to complete the application process to Marshall. In some cases, Marshall will request a telephone or SKYPE interview before acceptance to the academic year program. During their year at Marshall, J-1 students have the option of earning letter grades, or completing courses on a pass/fail basis.
J-1 students are required to find their own housing, as arranged through their affiliated program.
For more questions about applying to Marshall as a J-1 exchange student, please contact Christa Knudsen, Director of International Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marshall School has been approved by SEVIS and the Department of Homeland Security to issue the I-20 paperwork necessary to obtain long-term international student F-1 visas to qualified students. In order to receive the I-20, applicants must complete Marshall's application process and be accepted to the school. F-1 students intend to enter the US to study for multiple years, often with the intention of graduating from an American high school with a diploma, and attending an American college or university. Marshall has enrolled and graduated F-1 students for over ten years.
Marshall will arrange housing for all accepted F-1 students. Marshall is not a boarding facility, but offers homestay placements as well as international house accommodations. All homestays are evaluated and approved by Marshall School through a rigorous process involving background checks, home visits, and interviews.
F-1 applicants begin the process by completing Marshall's application process. Click here to apply to Marshall.
For more questions about applying to Marshall as an F-1 international student, please contact Christa Knudsen, Director of International Programs, at email@example.com.