Monthly Archives: June, 2018

  1. Highlight: GSP – Managing Roommate Expectations

    Elite Scholars China holds a series of Global Scholars Programs (GSP) for graduating high school seniors. These mini-inquiries are meant to help students hone professional and personal skills before they attend college in the U.S. Covering topics ranging from managing roommate expectations to time management, these workshops veer from the traditional educational consulting path to…

  2. Dispatches from the Test Prep Team: When to Start

    So, you have reached the end of your Gao1 year. Congratulations on finishing your first year of high school! Now you have a very important choice to make: spend your summer listlessly enjoying the beautiful days, or spend some of your time investing in yourself and becoming a stronger college applicant by starting your test…

  3. An ED2 Story: Hanson’s Journey to Wesleyan

    Founded in 1831, Wesleyan University is a small, four-year private institution located in Middletown, Connecticut. Wesleyan, Amherst University, and Williams College comprise what is known as the “Little Three” – a group of distinct small liberal arts schools in New England. Wesleyan is also one of the original schools to be considered a “Little Ivy”….