Marblehead High School – Public

Marblehead - Massachusetts - Usa


August 2022 – June 2023
August 2022 – January 2023
January 2023 – June 2023


€ 35.500 per Year
€ 24 500 per Semester


Anno all’estero

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Opened in 2003, Marblehead High School’s hilltop campus spans 30 acres with an auditorium, workshop spaces for cultural and technology programs, community areas, and athletic facilities. Ranked as one of the top 25 best public schools in the state of Massachusetts, Marblehead High School is an academically competitive school boasting an “A” rating by Ranked in the top 75 schools in Massachusetts by the US News and World Report, various AP courses, and an ideal coastal location under an hour from the city of Boston. The coastal community of Marblehead, MA was settled by pilgrims in 1629. Located less than 20 miles north of Boston (45 minutes Northeast of Boston), the town is situated on a harbor and surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. The town’s rich history is reflected in its lighthouse, museums, brick and cobblestone streets along with 17th and 18th-century architecture.
The Weather in Summer and Fall is Warm and Humid the opposite in Winter and Spring with a Cold and Dry climate.


School Type: Public High School
Foreign Languages:
French, Latin, Spanish
ESL Available/Level: NO
Advanced Placement Courses: Art History, Biology, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Chemistry, Computer Science, English Literature and Composition, Environmental Science, French Language and Culture, Latin, Music Theory, Physics C, Spanish Language and Culture, Statistics, US Government and Politics, US History, World History
Minimum TOEFL: Not Required
Minimum ELTiS: 235
Total Students in School: 996
Teacher/Student Ratio: 1:11
Diploma Year Offered: YES
High Schools Accepting Students: 1- Marblehead High School

Co-curricular activities

Arts: Animation, Architectural Drawing and Design, Art, Band – Concert, Chamber Choir, Drumline, Guitar, History of Rock, Honor Guard, Jazz Band, Music Theory, Musical Theater, Orchestra, Photography, Piano, Sculpture, String Orchestra, Studio Art, Television Production, Theater Arts, Ukulele, Video Production, Women’s Choir.

Extracurricular Activities: A Cappella, Anime, Art Club, Best Buddies, Choir, Computer Club, Dance Team, Drama, Engineering, Fashion, Gay-Straight Alliance, Guitar, Newspaper, Jazz Band, Math Team, Mock Trial, National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society, Peer Mentors, Science Team, Shakespeare, Spanish, Student Government, Ukulele, UNICEF, Women’s Rights Awareness, Yearbook, Young Entrepreneurs

Clubs: Agricultural Programs, Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA), Indian Culture, Math Olympiad, Math Team, Mock Trial, Model United Nations (Model UN), National Honor Society, Quiz Bowl, Robotics and Engineering, Science Olympiad, Skiing Club, Snowboarding Club, Speech Club, Student Government, Young Feminist Alliance
Animation, Architectural Drawing, and Design, Art, Musical Theater, Photography, Sculpture,


Marblehead High School takes advantage of its New England location by offering a skiing team in the winter and a sailing team in the spring.
Students can also participate in traditional team sports like basketball and tennis.
Students at Marblehead have won awards for their artwork in the Alliance for Community Media’s Northeast Region Video Festival and the Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
Marblehead High School sports are including Cross Country, Football, Soccer, Field Hockey, Volleyball, Baseball, Lacrosse, Tennis, Softball

Fall Season: Boys Cross Country, Girls Cross Country, Field Hockey, Football, Golf, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Girls Volleyball, Football Cheerleading
Winter Season: Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Boys Ice Hockey, Girls Ice Hockey, Swimming, Gymnastics, Boys Indoor Track, Girls Indoor Track, Ski Team, Wrestling
Spring Season: Baseball, Softball, Boys Lacrosse, Girls Lacrosse, Boys Outdoor Track, Girls Outdoor Track, Boys Tennis, Girls Tennis, Sailing


  • Application to the school/district identified
  • Definition of Academic Curriculum
  •  FEE enrollment costs
  • Pre-departure orientation
  • School enrollment
  • Full board homestay accommodation
  • District health insurance
  • Assistance during the stay with local coordinators
  • Agency Fee
  • Transportation from the airport to the host family