UTP High Schools launches new partnership

09 October, 2015


UTP High Schools, a USA-based provider of specialist programmes for international students at secondary education level, has unveiled a new partnership with Bishop Guertin High School in New Hampshire, its fifth partner school.



Bishop Guertin High School in New Hampshire is the latest partner institution for UTP High Schools


Founded in 1963 by the Brothers of the Scared Heart and boasting a population of 780 students, Bishop Guertin is located in Nashua, New Hampshire, between the White Mountains and Lakes region, the coast and Boston.

In a company statement, UTP said, “Any student will find that Bishop Guertin is the perfect setting for recreation, travel and a superior American high school education.”

International students will have the opportunity to apply for the High School Diploma programme or the Exchange Program. Students will be supported by the UTP on-campus student services team and in-house English language foundation teachers, UTP said.  

Jason Strniste, Principal of Bishop Guertin (BG), said, “Our mission calls us to prepare our students for a diverse and rapidly changing world, and there is no better way to do so than to invite students from around the world into our community.

“Our new international students will greatly enrich the experience of our students, and we intend to offer them the best of American education. We look forward to a long and successful partnership with UTP.”

UTP Founder, John McDonough, said, “The atmosphere on the school campus is electric and adding the UTP international programme will only add to the momentum that the BG community has already achieved. Our colleagues at Bishop Guertin match our enthusiasm for delivering an unforgettable student experience and with this shared vision, I am confident that our partnership is destined for success!”

Established in 2011, UTP currently hosts around 800 international students in the USA across its network of five partner schools, and has company offices in the USA, China, Mexico, Korea and Vietnam.


Matthew Knott
News Editor

 

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