As London hosts the 2012 Summer Olympic games, people from all over the world have descended on this remarkable city to enjoy the sports. Many Americans and other nationals make London their home all year long, and schools such as the American School in London, founded in 1951, educate an international student body. While the American School in London follows an American curriculum and prepares students to enter U.S. colleges and universities, many of its students have multiple nationalities and go on to attend not only American colleges but also colleges in Canada and Japan. For example, 55% of the students in a recent class held two passports, and the school emphasizes global awareness while encouraging students to interact with the dynamic city of London. Read more about the American School in London.
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