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high school student exchange programme USA - Europe

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My 13 years old daughter is an excellent student. She is self-dependent and this year again she passed her secondary school with distinction. We live in Europe, Austria. I´m tinkering with the idea of giving her the possibility to pass at least one high school year in the United States of America (at the age of at least 15 or 16) or Canada. This should help her to get a good university place - perhaps in the USA, too. Does anybody know about high-school-student-programmes for foreign students in the USA? Do we have to enroll somewhere? Do you have any advices?

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