Storm 2020

Intensive High School Program

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STORM SCHEDULE

Destination: Orlando, Florida – 4 weeks

HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES

Earn U.S credits with local teachers from Orlando.

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

Tour to the campus of the 2nd largest public U.S. University by number of students.

HOST FAMILY HOUSING

Allowing daily interaction with local family throughout the Storm period.

INTENSIVE ENGLISH COURSE

Have 4 hours of English class every day, from Monday to Friday.

FULL SAIL UNIVERSITY

Tour to the campus of this amazing university specialized in Entertainment, Media, Art and Technology.

NASA

Visit the NASA Spacial Center – the Kennedy Space Center Park

Have the educational experience of your life!

Join the next group and get the benefits of taking half a high school credit in Orlando.

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

The University of Central Florida, or UCF, is a public research university in Orlando, Florida. It is the largest university in the United States by number of students enrolled on a single campus.

UCF has more than 65,000 students, from 157 countries and all 50 states. It has a major focus on technology and engineering, with direct relationship with NASA's space program located at the Kennedy Space Center. It is the leading university at the NASA Florida Space Grant Consortium.

During the Storm we take a personalized guided tour at UCF with staff, where they can learn about the university's operation, structure, background and courses.

FULL SAIL UNIVERSITY

A university specialized in Entertainment, Media, Art and Technology, Full Sail University has undergraduate programs that use practical methodologies designed to simulate a real working environment. With more than 16,000 students from 73 different countries, it is aligned with entertainment and media companies, providing a unique opportunity for its students.

Full Sail University has more than 35 years of existence and is in an area of ​​more than 84 hectares in Florida, with 60 classrooms, 110 of studies and laboratories equipped with the latest technology.

Watch the next video and love the structure our students will get to know from the inside during the Storm Program.

NASA: KENNEDY SPACE CENTER

During Storm, our students will have the opportunity to visit the NASA Space Shuttle launch at John F. Kennedy Space Shuttle, located in Cape Canaveral on Merritt Island, Florida.

The Kennedy Space Center visitor complex is one of the places our students will go to and it has many museums, two IMAX theaters, and four bus tours, allowing visitors to get a closer look at a number of restricted areas. Flex Major School students will have the opportunity to visit the restricted area of ​​the observation tower on the floor of the launch complex 39, and the Apollo-Saturn V Center.

The observation tower provides unobstructed views of both launch sites throughout the Kennedy Space Center. The Apollo-Saturn V Center is a large museum built around its display part, a restored Saturn V launch vehicle, and features other space-related exhibits, including an Apollo capsule.

We can also get to know the theaters, which allow visitors to relive parts of the Apollo program. One simulates the environment inside a launch room in the Apollo era during a launch of an Apollo mission, and the other simulates the landing of Apollo 11. All this to make the 4-week Storm Program the most enriching and unforgettable experience for our students!

OHLA: INTENSIVE ENGLISH COURSE

During the 4 weeks in Orlando, from Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., students will take intensive English classes at the renowned Ohla - Open Hearts Language Academy.

OHLA has more than 20 years of experience teaching English to foreigners in the United States, having received several awards of excellence and students from more than 70 different countries. He is a leader in teaching English in Miami and Orlando and a partner of Flex Major School in training his students to join American universities.

Watch the video and learn more about this incredible learning site!