Lake Tahoe Preparatory School

Co-Education (13-18)
Boarding School
235 Squaw Valley Rd, Olympic Valley, CA 96146, USA
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Year of Foundation 1978
Enrollment Phase / Grades Rolling Enrollment/ Grades: 9-12
Boarding Boarding School
Number of students 80
Nationalities 17
Teacher Student Ratio 1:8
Accreditations NIPSA, AdvancEd, Middle States Association
Headmaster Bill Grant
Yearly Tuition Fee (Min) 52,950
Yearly Tuition Fee (Max) 58,750


Squaw Valley Academy is private, coed, international, college-preparatory boarding school located at Lake Tahoe, California, USA, since 1978. We enroll students who are between ages 14 and 18 in grades nine through twelve. All graduates receive a US high school diploma and have 100% acceptance to US universities and colleges. Squaw Valley Academy has welcomed international students on our campus since the1980s!Squaw Valley Academy is fully accredited by the National Independent Private Schools Association, AdvancED, and Middle States Association. SVA is an official test site for SAT and ACT.SVA has rolling enrollment and students may enroll each month of the school year and for summer school. SVA offers ESL, and most students live on campus in dormitories. The dormitories are open for students during the Fall and Spring school holidays.Students who wish to enroll short-term may enroll in Squaw Valley Academy’s Summer School.

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ENGLISH: English I-IV; AP English Language & Composition, AP English Literature & Composition MATHEMATICS: Algebra I and II; Geometry; Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry; AP Calculus AB or BC LABORATORY SCIENCES: Biology; AP Biology; Chemistry; AP Chemistry; Physics; AP Physics B SOCIAL STUDIES: World History; AP World History, U.S. History; AP U.S. History U.S. Government; AP U. S. Government and Politics, AP Economics Macro or Micro LANGUAGES: Spanish I-IV; AP Spanish Language ATHLETICS Physical Education includes skiing, snowboarding, and a variety of seasonal mountain sports. ELECTIVES: Courses may include AP Psychology, SAT Prep, Studio Art, AP Studio Art, Performing Arts, Photography, and Music.

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