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Le Sallay Academy History Scholarship

Le Sallay Academy announces the call for applications for Full Scholarship program 2021/2022.

Thanks to our sponsors, we are able to offer a place with a full scholarship for the 2021/2022 school year, and we have decided to offer it to a child interested in learning history in a global context.

The scholarship entitles the student to free tuition during the whole academic year as well as the cost of travel for the on-site sessions. The program is funded by private charitable donations.

Why History Scholarship

"It's important to realize that history is not a series of facts to be memorized but a series of debates", Dr. Melinda Rice, teacher of History at Le Sallay.

Full interview with Melinda here.
We believe that at times like these the study of history is more important than ever. In this comprehensive text Dr. Melinda Rice, Le Sallay Academy's teacher of history, explains why studying history today is more important than ever and how history can help us make sense of the present.

Our history curriculum takes a global perspective. We teach history not as a series of facts to be learned but as a series of debates that encompass the entire world. When a student leaves our school they will have the skills to evaluate historical claims and conflicting interpretations. They will understand the historical roots of our modern world and they will have learned the habits of mind that are essential to becoming global citizens.

At Le Sallay history is not isolated from other disciplines of study. Our school is unique because our curriculum in literature and history is designed to integrate these two fields. This interdisciplinary focus expands to include math and the sciences in our innovative co-teaching that has included subjects as diverse as Viking technology and the science behind the Spanish Flu of 1918.

Our school has a unique approach to teaching history that can benefit all middle school learners but especially those who have a keen interest in humanities since they will have an opportunity to explore their interest at a much deeper level than a standard school curriculum.

How to Apply

Who can participate - kids of 10-14 living in any country of the world and able to travel to Le Sallay for in-person sessions four times a year.

Non-native speakers should have an English proficiency level of at least B1.

To participate parents have to mail the Application form on or before 30.05.21 to admissions@lesallay.academy

About Le Sallay Academy

Le Sallay Academy is based on a blended learning model: four in-person sessions alternate with online learning sessions. Each of the trimesters opens with a three-week in-person session during which students and teachers meet in France. Following these sessions, students spend two months learning online with their teachers and classmates.