In the last decade, the role of boarding schools in America has been in transition. Schools that began as finishing schools for children of wealthy American families have become a vehicle for opportunity as enrollment of Asian students, in particular, has grown. Now considered a conduit for overseas students interested in American universities, boarding school attendance in the USA during secondary school years ensures that students become proficient in English and possess the academic requirements to attend American colleges and universities. Currently the percentage of international students in American boarding schools exceeds 15%, with numbers from South Korea, China and India significantly on the rise.
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