Cornerstone has served international students from various countries around the world, particularly Korea and China. The school partners with World Wide Gold Star Academics (WWGSA) and Ivy Bridge Group (two organizations that services students from overseas) and has worked with independent families that have expressed an interest in receiving a high quality of education taught from a biblical worldview. Although it is not necessary that you work with either of these two groups specifically, Cornerstone requires international students entering Grades 9-12 who will not be residing with their families in the United States to work through an organization when applying to Cornerstone. (In some cases, international students entering Grade 8 may be accepted into the program to allow an extra year to grasp the English language before taking high school courses.)
Due to the developmental needs of young children, students who are not yet entering high school may apply to attend Cornerstone only if they will be residing with their parents while attending Cornerstone. High school students must work through a placement organization, such as listed above, when applying at Cornerstone.
For more information about enrolling an international student, please contact the school.