Courses in the USA

Courses in the USA


The Standard Academic Year Program (with J1 visa) takes place in distinguished High Schools and public American institutes, renowned for their impeccable academic excellence and for providing an unforgettable educational experience.


Immerse yourself in the dynamic environment of an American High School, where the blend of rigorous academics and the warmth of a family experience leads to unparalleled enrichment. Families participating in this program do so voluntarily, driven by a genuine desire to open their homes and lives, welcoming an international student into their world. It’s a unique opportunity to forge bonds that cross borders, learn from a new culture, and create memories that will last a lifetime!

Utah High School Picture
Utah Canyon Picture




  • Have a genuine passion and interest in participating.
  • Be between the ages of 15 and 18.
  • Be a student at the ESO (Compulsory Secondary Education) or Baccalaureate level.
  • Show a competent level of English proficiency.
  • Maintain a strong academic record over the past three years.
  • Display maturity and high motivation.


We understand the importance of this experience, which, beyond fostering personal growth, offers the possibility of validating studies upon return, provided that the criteria set by the Ministry of Education are met.

The compatibility between the two educational systems eases the validation of the academic year, as long as the student completes the entire course.

Our commitment is to provide comprehensive guidance to the student at every stage of the process: from subject selection to ongoing support during the first and second semesters, including the handling of all necessary formalities in the United States. Furthermore, we personally take care of the coordination and costs associated with the validation of studies once the student has returned.


The families involved in this program welcome our students into their homes, driven by a genuine desire to share their world and culture with a young person from abroad. It’s crucial to understand that these families are volunteers and do not receive financial compensation for their involvement.

In this context, they expect the student to fully integrate into their daily family life, embracing both the privileges and responsibilities that come with being an additional member of the family unit.

Each family is carefully chosen through interviews conducted by our Local Coordinator, under the watchful supervision of the corresponding American entity and the strict oversight of the Department of State.

The selection hinges on the family’s clear willingness to fully incorporate an international student into their daily routine and their desire to undergo a rich cultural experience.

The United States encompasses an impressive array of cities, towns, and regions, each with its distinctive traits. Students have the opportunity to be hosted in any state, depending on their personal profiles and the availability of host families.


 partake in this course, candidates must undergo a short interview and a proficiency test at our facilities. We are already in the process of conducting interviews and level assessments for those students who express interest in enrolling in this program.


For more info call 943 53 78 30 or emali us at






© 2019 Morris Academy. All rights reserved.

Made with by Morris Academy