Find the best boarding school at online expo

Interested parents looking for boarding schools in England, Canada and America for their children are invited to join the "British & North American Boarding Schools Expo (Online)" on Saturday from 3-7pm.

photo courtesy of Intake Education

Organised by Intake Education, formerly Mentor International, which has been advising families in their search for the best "fit" boarding school for their child for 35 years, this is a virtual exhibition that will bring the schools to them, in the comfort of their own home.

It will provide a fantastic opportunity for parents and students to find more information and individually meet with delegates from 15 top schools, via Microsoft Teams.

They include Clifton College, d'Overbroeck's, The National Mathematics and Science College, TASIS, Taunton School, Mill Hill, Sedbergh, CATS Boston, Emma Willard, Oregon Episcopal, Randolph-Macon Academy, The Brook Hill School, Hun School of Princeton, Pickering College and St Michaels University School.

Each meeting is pre-booked to ensure that families can discuss privately their children's future education plans and requirements.

There are many questions to be answered, with school staff on hand ready to help -- how would the "Harry Potter" style traditional Clifton College in the UK compare to the prestigious Hun School of Princeton in the US or the exceptional outdoor learning focus of Canadian schools?

Unsure between the UK and the US? Try TASIS, the American School in London for the best of both. Looking for a short summer course to experience life at a boarding school? Mill Hill in London could offer the solution or maybe the stunning Sedbergh School with endless outdoor learning opportunities within an area of natural beauty.

Free, honest follow-up advice is available on all aspects of school choices, applications, testing, visits, student wellbeing and guardianship.

The exhibition is for any family whether planning to study in 2022 or in the years ahead.

To register, visit, add Line: or call 088-088-4974.

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