Embracing A Global Community
International students are vital to creating a vibrant learning community. Hailing from twenty-four countries, our international students bring a diversity of perspectives and experiences that elevate and enrich our academic, athletic, and creative programs. Every year, our international students gain offers at many of the most competitive undergraduate and graduate programs in the United States, including Columbia, Cornell, UNC Chapel Hill, Tufts, and New York University to name a few.
International students are community leaders on campus. They are team captains, dorm proctors, Student Government representatives. Students at The Winchendon School make an impact across campus and leave with the skills to be leaders on a global stage.
The Winchendon School has three levels of English Language Support. With a maximum of six students per class, we ensure that our students make rapid academic progress from the day they arrive on campus. When students move into our mainstream English and history program, they have the option of taking our two-year Composition and Rhetoric class series, focused on developing higher-level writing and speaking skills.
Courses for English Language Learners
How To Apply | International Students
All international applicants for whom English is not their first language must also take either the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), DuoLingo, or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Visit the ETS website or call 609-771- 7100 for more information. Winchendon's TOEFL code is 3012. Should you need assistance or have any questions, please contact the admissions office.
Step 1: Inquire
Applicants may inquire on our website (Winchendon School Inquiry Form) or by calling our office at 978-297-4476.
Step 2: Interview
The interview is a required step in the application process. We conduct interviews Monday through Friday. International students may schedule a Skype interview if they can not visit campus. Applicants from Mainland China should click here.
Step 3: Testing
Standardized tests are part of the application process. Most applicants will take the SSAT and can register here. Students who are applying for the 11th grade or higher may submit either PSAT or SAT scores in lieu of the SSAT. Non-native speaking applicants must also submit TOEFL, IETLS, or DuoLingo scores in addition to the SSAT.
Please enter the appropriate test codes for The Winchendon School when you register to ensure that we receive your scores:
Step 4: The Application
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Start the application process here.