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University of Missouri Online High School

미주리 대학교에서 제공하는 대학교 수준의 온라인 고등학교 과정으로 전미 TOP 3 온라인 스쿨입니다. College Prep 프로그램 제공이 주 목적이며, Fine Art, Physical Education/ Health and Personal Finance 등 다양한 교양수업도 제공합니다. 미국 최초 온라인 고등학교 프로그램으로 Princeton, Cornell, MIT 등 TOP 대학교 입학률이 매우 높은 온라인 스쿨입니다.

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가디안 에듀의 미국 사립학교 관리 시스템

미국 현지, 한국 오피스, 학부모간 실시간 직접적인 관리 시스템

미국 사립학교 조기유학은 5학년이상부터 10학년까지의 학생을 대상으로 받아들이며 11학년 이상은 예외적인 경우에, 사전 적합도 검증을 거쳐서
받아들입니다.

  • 미주리 아카데미는 공식적인 학교 인가요?

    학교의 공식상의 명칭은 Mizzou Academy (University of Missouri High School)이며 미국에서 명성 높은 미주리 대학교에서 운영하는 공식 중, 고등학교입니다.

  • 미주리 아카데미 학점이 타 학교 혹은 기관에서 인정되나요?

    미주리 대학교의 교육 사범대학 (College of Education )에서 교수진과 행정팀이 커리큘럼을 개발, 운영하고, 미국의 공식 학점인정(Accredited)기관인 AdvancED, NCA CASI에서 공식적으로 인정하는 정규 중, 고등학교 과정입니다. 이수한 학점은 중학교, 고등학교 공식 학점(Official Credit)으로 인정되며, 대학 진학 시 그대로 공식 인정(Accredit)됩니다.

  • 성적표, 졸업장 발행되나요?

    졸업 시 성적표(Transcript)및 졸업장(Diploma)이 수여되며, 대학 진학 시 Official Transcript를 미주리 대학교 교대(College of Education)에서 발행합니다. 일반 중학교, 고등학교 졸업과 동일한 공식 기관입니다.

  • 중학교 과정과 고등학교 과정은 어떤 차이가 있나요?

    중학교 과정:
    미국의 6-8학년 정규 중학교 과정으로 Language Arts, Math, Social Studies and Science 4개의 Main Core Course들을 제공하며, 이수 후 공식적인 성적표 및 수료증이 발행됨.

    고교 과정:
    미국의 9-12학년 Full Time Diploma 과정으로 학기당 6-7개 과목을 이수하고 Transcript 와 diploma가 발행됨

  • 고등학교 과정의 Standard Path Diploma 와 College Path Diploma의 차이점이 뭔가요?

    1. Standard Path Diploma: 미국의 일반 고교 과정 제공

    2. College Path Diploma: 대학 진학을 위한 정규 심화 고교 과정제공 (가디안에듀 학생들 대부분이 심화 과정을 수업중입니다.)

  • 몇 년간 몇 과목을 수강해야 하며, 수강 기간은 어떻게 되나요?

    1년의 단위는 2개의 학기이고, 한 학기에 과목별 ½ 크레딧 과정을 이수합니다.
    기간은 학생 개인의 능력과 성실도에 달려있습니다. 개별 진도(Self Pace up)이며, 통상 한 과목당 5-6개월 완성 코스로 설계되어 있습니다. 학생의 능력과 성실도에 따라서 6주만에 마치는 경우도 있습니다. 중학 과정은 중학교 졸업 및 정규과정 이수 학점 인정에 이상이 없도록 년간 4개의 주요과목 (Core Courses)를 제공함. 영어 수학, 사회, 과학, 기타 및 선택과목들을 정규 Transcript에 기재하여 Certificate를 학교에서 발행하고 학교 정규 크레딧 인정으로 인정됩니다. 고등학교 과정은 Tier 1, 2, 3 레벨로 나누어서 학생의 수준에 맞춘 년간 6-7개 과목의 course works를 이수합니다. 고등학교 AP(Advanced Placement)는 심화과정으로서, 학교에서 수업이 제공이 되며, 한 학기에 과목별 ½ 크레딧 과정을 이수합니다. (세부사항은 가디안 에듀 교육 카운셀라와 협의가 필수 입니다.)

MIZZOU ACADEMY 미주리 대학교 온라인 고교 과정 지원 자격 및 절차

지원자격 (Qualification for admission)
  • 한국 학교 중2 (8학년) 이상 혹은 외국 학교 8학년 이상 수료 학생
  • 홈 스쿨링, 대안학교 재학생 등 미국 정규 학점 이수 희망 학생
  • 영어의 기본 소통이 가능한 학생 (중급 이상)
  • 정규 온라인 교육을 받고 미국 또는 한국 대학 진학 희망 학생
  • 미래 조기 유학 계획자로서 미리 검증된 학점 이수 희망 학생
입학 지원 절차 (Admission Processing)

MIZZOU ACADEMY 미주리 대학교 온라인 고교 우수성

1. 미국 정규 고교 학점 인정

MU Online High School is fully accredited by AdvancED and the North Central Associatoin Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement.

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수업 이수가 완료된 과목들은 전세계 고등학교 및 대학교로 트랜스퍼 가능
Credits are transferable and accepted at colleges around the world
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학생들의 성공을 위한 서비스 및 액티비티 제공
Support services and student activities champion success
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자격을 갖춘 선생님과 스태프들이 수업 및 가이드
Qualified teachers and staff guide student learning
미국 최상급 온라인 교육기관 Beyond Accreditation
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미주리 고등학교는 미국 최고의 교육기관인 미주리대학교 부설 고등학교 입니다.
Mizzou Academy is unique for being within the nationally ranked College of Education at the University of Missouri.
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미주리 고등학교는 NCAA에서 검증된 수업만을 제공 합니다.
Mizzou Academy also offers courses that have undergone a rigorous review by the NCAA.
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미주리 고등학교 졸업생들은 전세계의 대학에 합격해왔으며, 각 경쟁 분야에서 우수한 성적을 보여주고 있습니다.
Graduates of MU High School been accepted to colleges worldwide, outscored their peers on testing, and demonstrated.
대학 합격 Collegiate Admittance
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미주리 온라인 고등학교 졸업생들은 미국 41개주에 걸쳐 수많은 대학교에 입학을 해왔습니다.
MU High School graduates have been accepted to colleges and universities in 41 states across the United States.
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졸업생들은 말레이시아, 스페인, 영국, 뉴질랜드, 스위스, 프랑스, 캐나다 총 7개 국가의 19개의 국제학생 프로그램에 합격을 했습니다.
Graduates have also been accepted to 19 different international programs in 7 different countries including: Malaysia, Spain, United Kingwdom, New Zealand, Switzerland and France and Canada
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미주리 온라인 졸업생들은 코넬, 프린스턴, MIT 등 아이비리그 및 명문대학에 입학을 해왔습니다.
MU High School graduates have been accepted into some of the most prestigious and traditionally selective institutions in the United States, including:Princeton, MIT, Dartmouth, Cornell University, Rice University,
Carnegie Mellon, Wakeforest and the University of Michigan
우수한 성적 Students Achieve Top Scores

미국 대입 공인 인증시험인 ACT 시험에서 MU 학생들은 모든 과목에서 미국 평균 시험 점수보다 월등히 높은 평균 성적을 보여주고 있습니다.

MU High School’s online students scored significantly higher on AP exams than the National Average across all subject areas tested.

ACT 성적 비교 Total English Mathematics Science Reading
미주리 온라인 고등학교 평균 점수 25 25.5 23.4 23.5 27
ACT 기관 평가 미국 평균 점수 21 18 22 23 22
우수성 입증된 공인 교육과정 및 학과목 Awards Winning Courses and Service

MU 온라인 수업과 교수진들은 우수한 교육의 결과로 원거리 교육 분야에서 수십년 동안 우수 교육 부문을 수상하고 인정 받고있습니다.

Courses and staff have been awarded recognition in the distance education industry for decades

미국 및 세계 공인기관 학점 인정 Additional Achievement

MU Online High School is fully accredited by AdvancED and the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement, is within a nationally ranked College of Education at the University of Missouri and offers courses that have undergone a rigrous review by the NCAA

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AdvancED (Advancing Excellence in Education)
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North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement
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NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association)
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College of Educatoin at the Univeristy of Missouri

MIZZOU ACADEMY 미주리 대학교 온라인 고교 과정 수업 진행 내용 및 절차

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한 학기에 7과목 정규 과정 Diploma Program
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개인 Pace Up에 따른 성취도
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학교 Counselor 지정하여 관리 도움
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시험 시 Proctor 지정하여 시험 관리 감독
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미주리 대학교 College Education 직접 운영

가디안에듀 와 미주리 대학교 동시 관리 체제 Co-working Support System

프로그램 진행 가디안에듀 미주리 대학교
수속 및 지원 절차 학생 개별 평가 지원 및 수속 대행 가디안에듀 진행 결과에 따른 수속 진행
학업 진행 관리 학기중, 학기별 장기적인 교육 체계 점검 및 교신 학교 카운터셀러 및 감독관을 지정하여 학업의 전반적인 관리
학교 카운터 셀러 및 감독관을 지정하여 학업에 전반적인 대입 컨설팅 제공 11학년부터 전문적인 대입 컨설팅 제공 대학 카운셀러 필요에 따른 지원
Test & AP subjeots 시험 운영 수속 AP 및 High Level Coursewroks 제공

SCHOOL PROFILE

MIZZOU ACADEMY TEAM
  • Kathryn Fishman-Weaver, Interim Executive Director
  • Stephanie Walter, Assistant Principal
  • Angela Hammons, Director of Curriculum & IT
  • Tamara Regan, Director of Business Operations
  • Ta Boonseng, Enrichment Coordinator
  • Alicia Bixby, Counselor
  • Jeon Zenner, Registrar
  • 45 Instructors
  • 8 Support Services Staff
  • 10 Course Designers/ Developers
  • 4 Technology Team Members
  • 2 Fiscal/HR Specialists
SCHOOL
  • Established 1913
  • University of Missouri - College of Education
  • Academic Year: Year-Round Rolling Enrollments
  • Teaching Support: Online, Blended, CoTeach
  • Mascot: Truman the Tiger
  • Colors: Black & Gold
  • Grades: K-12
ENROLLMENT
  • Students: 6,320
  • Enrollment: 18,747
  • All 50 states of U.S.
  • 46 countries of orgin
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI U.S.A.
Population: 121,717 Major Industries
  • University of Missouri-Columbia
  • University Health Care
  • Boone Hospital Center
  • MBS Textbook Exchange
  • Veteran’s United
  • Columbia College
  • Stephens College
  • Shelter Insurance
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
SUBJECT GENERAL DIPLOMA COLLEGE PREP DIPLOMA
Language Arts 4 4
Math 3 4
Science 3 3
Social Studies 3 3
Fine Arts 1 1
Practical Arts 1 1
Physical Education 1 1
Health 0.5 0.5
World Language 0 2
Electives 7.5 5.5
Total Units 24 25
GRADING SCALE
GRADE % 4.0
A 90-100 4.0
B 80-89 3.0
C 70-79 2.0
D 60-69 1.0
F < 60 0.0
GRADE DISTRIBUTION
Over the past five years
GRADE %
A 37%
B 43%
C 14%
D 3%
F 3%
STANDARDIZED EXAM SCORES

Mizzou Academy studetns consistently score higher than state and national average score on all standardized exams (ACT, SAT, AP)

AVERAGE ACT COMPOSITE SCORES
YEAR STATE MIZZOU
2019 21.7 25.1
2018 20.2 24.9
2017 20.4 24.9
2016 20.0 26.5
2015 20.8 24.6
ACCREDITATIONS
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Accredited by Cognia (formerly AdvancED)
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National Honor Society
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National Collegiate Athletic Association
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College Board Approved AP Courses
MEMBERSHIP
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MO Assoc. of Secondary School Principals
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MO Assoc. of School Administrators
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American Educational Studies Assoc.
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Gifted Assoc. of Missouri
ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSES
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AP Calculus AB
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AP Comparative Government and Politics
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AP Computer Science A
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AP English Language and Composition
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AP English Literature and Composition
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AP European History
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AP Psychology
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AP Statistics
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AP United States History
WORLD LANGUAGES
English (American) Italian
Arabic Japanese
Chinese (Mandarin) Korean
Dutch Latin
Filipino (Tagalog) Persian (Farsi)
French Polish
German Portuguese (Brazil)
Greek Russian
Hebrew Spanish
Hindi Swedish
Irish Turkish
Vietnamese
PROGRAM OPTIONS

High School:

Engaging online courses aligned with state and national standards that can be taken individually or as part of
a complete high school diploma.

Middle School:

Engaging online courses aligned with state and national standards in English Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics.

CoTeach Program for Middle or High School:

Project and inquiry-based courses designed for collaborative delivery with Classroom Teachers and
Mizzou Academy Instructors.

Elementary School:

Engaging online courses aligned with state and national standards in English Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics.

MIZZOU ACADEMY ONLINE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM
(Online high school diploma from Mizzou Academy + Private college applicatoin consultation)

The Two High School Tracks in the Mizzou Online High School Program

You can participate in the Mizzou High School or the Mizzou Academy program as a full-time student.
If this is the case, the Mizzou Academy will be your high school of record. Students have the option to
choose the Standard Path or the College Prep Path. The general diploma requirements are as follows:

Standard Path Diploma Requirements
Subject Units
English / Language Arts 4
Math 3
Science 3
Social Studies 3
Fine Arts 1
Practical Arts 1
Physical Education 1
Health 0.5
World Languages 0
Electives 7.5
Total 24
College Prep Path Diploma Requirements
Subject Units
English / Language Arts (emphasize writing skills) 4
Math (Algebra I or higher) 4
Science (1+units with lab component) 3
Social Studies 3
Fine Arts 1
Practical Arts 1
Physical Education 1
Health 0.5
World Languages 2
Electives 5.5
Total 25
General Graduation Requirements:
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Most colleges and universities require 2 units of the same World Language that is not the student’s native language on the high school transcript, Mizzou Academy follows this standard when creating graduation plans for college-bound students.
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The State of Missouri requires that students pass a Missouri State Exam in order to meet core competency skill requirements in History. Successful completion of U.S. Government will meet this state requirement.
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Because many students who enroll in the Mizzou Academy diploma program transfer credit from other high schools, the courses in the charts below should be used as suggested schedules only. Students accepted into the diploma program will work with a Mizzou Academy counselor to develop their own course plan. Indication of successful achievement will appear on both the diploma and student transcripts.
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The state of Missouri requires that high school students attending schools in Missouri pass a test on the Missouri Constitution and the U.S. Constitution in order to meet core competency skill requirements in History. Successful completion of American Government or Civics will meet these state requirements. You must complete the lesson covering the Missouri Constitution even if you are not a resident of Missouri.
The College Prep Path Curriculum

The structure of the Mizzou online high school “College Path Diploma” program is shown in the chart below. Students selecting this program must complete 25 units of coursework to receive the diploma. The University of Missouri High School courses are equivalent to semester courses and equal to 0.5 credits per semester
(Thus, 1 unit = 2 x 0.5 Credits)

9th Grade 7 Units

  • English/Language Arts — 1 Unit 9th grade English (2+ units must emphasize composition or writing skills)
  • Math — 1 Unit Algebra I (Algebra I or higher)
  • Social Studies — 1 Unit American History
  • Science — 1 Unit Physical Science
  • Electives/other — 3 Units World Language course and a Fine Art, Practical Art, or Physical Education/Health Course

10th Grade 6 Units

  • English/Language Arts — 1 Unit 10th grade English
  • Math — 1 Unit Algebra II or Geometry
  • Social Studies — 1 Unit American Government or Civics and another Social Studies course or World Geography or World History to the American Revolution and World History Since the American Revolution
  • Science — 1 Unit Biology
  • Electives/other — 2 Units World Language course and a Fine Art, Practical Art, or Physical Education/Health course

11th Grade 6 Units

  • English/Language Arts — 1 Unit 11th Grade English or another Language Arts course
  • Math — 1 Unit Algebra 2 or a higher-level math class
  • Social Studies — 1 Unit American Government, Civics or any other Social Studies course
  • Science — 1 Unit Physics, Chemistry, or another Science course, if needed
  • Electives/other — 1 or more Units English/Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, or Science course AND a Fine Art, Practical Art, Physical Education/Health or World Language course
  • Personal Development — 1 Unit Personal Development and Character Education and Career Planning

12th Grade 6 Units

  • English/Language Arts — 1 Unit 12th Grade English or another Language Arts course
  • Math — 1 Unit Calculus OR Trigonometry and Statistics
  • Social Studies — 1 Unit American Government or Civics and another Social Studies course or World Geography or World History to the American Revolution and World History Since the American Revolution, if needed
  • Science — 1 Unit Physics, Chemistry, or another Science course, if needed
  • Electives/other — 2 or more Units English/Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, or Science course AND a Fine Art, Practical Art, Physical Education/Health or World Language course

Advanced Placement and Other Accelerated Options:

Advanced Placement (AP) courses are available for students seeking additional challenges.
Specifically, AP courses are available in the following subjects.

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AP Calculus AB
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AP Computer Science A
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AP Comparative Government and Politics
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AP English Language and Composition
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AP English Literature and Composition
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AP European History
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AP Psychology
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AP Statistics
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AP United States History

Other opportunities to take advanced/accelerated courses are available in mathematics, science,
language arts, fine arts, world languages, and social studies. To do so, the student will first be
evaluated by the Mizzou Academy for ability, maturity and preparedness, before enrolling in
these advanced/accelerated courses.

Extracurricular Activities Available Through Mizzou Academy

Math Club

A club that offers question and answer forums for homework help and discussion of mathematical topicsled by
a mathematics instructor.

American Mathematical Competition (AMC)

the Mathematical Association of America offers the AMC competition for participating high school students.

National Honor Society

organization established to recognize academically outstanding high school students.

미주리 대학교와 가디안에듀 컨설팅 서비스
Guardian EDU Consulting Team

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Dr. Cleo Samudzi, 가디안에듀 컨설턴트

Dr. Cleo Samudzi is a committed and knowledgeable educator and leader with expertise in the design, implementation and assessment of academic programs/ activities in K-12 and higher education.
His vision is to help create learning environments that optimize student sucess. His educational
background, experience and expertise in STEM research, teaching, student mentoring/ advising,
leadership, and higher education administration/ policy-making are key strengths in realizing this
vision. Dr. Cleo Samudzi’s background includes the following:

Education
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Ph.D., Biological Sciences/ Protein Crystallography, University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA), April 1990
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M.S., Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA), April 1983
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B.A., Chemistry & Biology (minor in Mathematics), Dakota Wesleyan University (Mitchell, SD), May 1980

Peter J. Jang, Chief Representative Officer Brief Biography

Professional
1984 - 1997
Ssangyong Business Group, Chairman’s Office, Seoul, Korea
1998
Chief Executive Officer. School of Tomorrow, Seoul, Koera
2008
Kansas State Korea-American Chamber of Commerce, President
Kansas State Korean Journal Newspapaer Publisher
2008
Chief Representative, GUARDIAN EDU, LLC
Education
1982
Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, Graduated. B.A.
1990
University of Missouri-Columbia, Graduated. M.B.A. in Finance
1996
Oklahoma State University, Graduate School of Business, Executive Cours
Affiliated Active Member
NACAC
(National Association of College Admissions Counsellors) 미국 대학입학카운셀러 협회
HECA
(Higher Education Counsellors Association) 미국고등교육컨설턴트 협의회
NCSSS
(National Consortium of Specialized STEM Schools) 미국 특목 과학고 교장단 협의회
KGTC
(Kansas Gifted, Talented and Creative) 미국 캔자스 주 영재교육 협의회

International Education Contribution Awardee.워싱턴DC 교육청, 국제교육 공로상 수여
Korea Customer Satisfaction Index Rate No.1 2018-2019 2 years in row awarded.국제유학교육 No.1 소비자 만족도

가디안에듀 전문 컨설턴트 Support

  • STEP 1
    9-10학년 Foundation & Advanced Stage
  • STEP 2
    11-12학년 College Application Prep Stage
  • STEP 3
    U.S. Top College 진학 & 한국 명문대학 진학
Stage 1. Services Provided for 9th and 10th Graders

Monitor Academic Progress and Performance:

We monitor each student’s academic progress and performance (i.e. classroom performance) in their coursework by meeting periodically with the student and cross-checking with his/her educators at the student’s school. We collect performance data from teachers at the student’s school. These data are used for discussions with the student at the scheduled once-a-month meetings. As needed, the student is given specific recommendations and strategies for improvement.

Advise/Counsel Students on Selection and Participation in Extracurricular Activities:

We help students understand the value of, and guiding principles for, participation in outside-the-classroom activities, as well as help them with the process of selecting activities that make sense for them. We help each student to select 2-3 extracurricular activities and encourage them to participate in these activities in meaningful ways for at least a whole school year. Participation in these activities can either be done during the school year or during school breaks or both. We further help students by providing them with information about availability of other extracurricular activities.

Help Students with Academic/Career Planning and Course-Taking Sequence:

This is involves evaluating the high school course-taking sequence for each student and recommending appropriate changes. The aim here is to align the student’s course-taking sequence with his/her strengths, interests and future college/career aspirations. This will also help ensure that we can continually evaluate the strength of the student’s overall curriculum. This service is provided to 10th graders, beginning with the coursework prescribed by the high school for their first semester in 10th grade. The student’s academic performance is evaluated every semester to determine the need for making further changes in future courses.

Help Students with Preparation for Standardized Testing (SAT/ACT and TOEFL):

We will help students prepare for standardized tests. We will help students organize and prepare to take standardized tests in a timely manner.

Stage 2. Individual Consultation Services for 11th and 12th Graders

We offer additional college preparation, counseling and coaching through a one-on-one college
application consultation process starting at the beginning of 11th grade through the end of 12th grade. Throughout the consultation process, we meet with the student, virtually, at least twice
a month – sometimes we meet 3-4 times, as needed. Whenever possible, we will arrange in-person
meetings. The following key services are offered during this two-year period of consultation:

Student Profile:

We work with the student to create a Student Profile (containing 9th through 11th grade courses, grades, extracurricular activities, honors and awards, intended undergraduate major/minor, standardized test scores, etc.). This Student Profile will be used over the 2-year period to

A
Evaluate the student’s academic strengths and weaknesses
B
Recommend a course-taking sequence that fits the student’s overall goals
C
Create a resume
D
Complete all the online applications
E
Create a college list for college applications

Guidance on Selection of College Majors/Minors:

We evaluate the Student Profile and discuss extensively with the student. We then make recommendations regarding college majors/minors and career options.

Online College Applications :

We provide guidance on the best way (or the most competitive way) to complete all the online applications, including the Common Application, the Coalition Application, and other independent applications. We ensure consistency and accuracy in completing the online application.

College Essays :

We provide guidance, instruction and practice in writing college essays. We review all essays written by the student for “soundness” and recommend adjustments to be sure there is consistency between the online applications and the essays. This will happen as follows :

A
We help the student with the initial brainstorming and creating “outlines” for each college essay.
B
We provide guidance and editing through 2-3 rounds of feedback on the college essays.
C
We proofread all versions of the college essays to ensure that they are error-free.

College Interview :

We help the student with the college interview preparation (if needed). Most colleges, though, do not require college interviews.

Post-Submission :

We help the student with post-submission issues and decisions such as

A
What to do if the student is “deferred” by a college/university.
B
What to do if the student is “wait-listed” by a college/university.
C
Decision-making if/when the student is accepted by more than one college/university.
D
We provide post-admission guidance on what to do after May 1st (and through the end of May) after
the student has selected the college/university to attend – i.e., we provide assistance on issues such as how to interpret post-admission instructions regarding housing, health insurance, orientation, etc.

Role of Guardian Edu in Helping Students in the Mizzou Academy Program

Guardian Edu will help all students enrolled in the Mizzou Academy program in the following ways

어플리케이션 지원 도움 :

Helping the prospective student during the application process to the Mizzou Academy.


등록과 수강신청 도움:

Helping through the enrollment and course registration process to ensure that the student is registered in the right courses. This also means helping with student registration every semester to ensure correct course-taking sequence.

수업 이행을 위한 기술적 도움 :

Advise student entering the Mizzou Academy program regarding the proper technology needed for effective virtual (online) learning.

정기적 학사 모니터링 :

Monitor student performance regularly (once a month or twice a month) to ensure timely intervention if the student needs assistance and regular communication with student’s parents regarding student performance/progress.

학년별 필수 시험 준비 안내 :

Provide TOEFL, SAT or ACT preparation, and making sure that all students take one TOEFL test during 10th grade,
one during 11th grade and one in 12th grade. The TOEFL is a good indicator of how the student is progressing with their facility with the English language.

과 외 활동 조언 :

Advise student regarding other available extracurricular activities options such as research with faculty at the University of Missouri-Columbia and elsewhere, internships and other suitable projects. The appropriate extracurricular activities will depend on the student’s interest and intended college major.

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