New Oasis in the News

New Oasis is grateful to have had our students, host families, and name featured in several newspapers throughout the country. A compilation of these stories are below:

Battle Ground Academy grows international student program – A growing number of Chinese students are seeking a high school education at one Franklin independent school, mirroring a trend nationwide.

The Morning Call, Allentown, Pennsylvania

Celebration gives Chinese students a taste of home – American and Chinese culture meshed in a positive way, as about 150 people gathered at a church in Bethlehem to celebrate each other’s customs. A Chinese New Year celebration also brought together more than 60 students who are studying and living in the Lehigh Valley with host families for the school year.

For Central Catholic exchange student, math skills add up to seat at national challenge – When Allentown Central Catholic High School junior Kuanhao “Kevin” Jiang sits down Tuesday for the United States of America Mathematical Olympiad final, he will have about 41/2 hours to complete it.

The Gaston Gazette, Gastonia. North Carolina

Coming to America: Gaston Christian looking for families to host international students – Gastonia has been 16-year-old Chengpei “Leo” Li’s home away from home for the past 10 months. The 16-year-old, from Chengdu in Southwest China, has discovered the joys of Tony’s Ice Cream and Chick-Fil-A and explored Crowders Mountain and Biltmore House, all while living with host parents Randy and Jennifer Erwin and enrolled at Gaston Christian School.

The Catholic News-Herald, Kernersville, North Carolina

Chinese student shares his experiences at Christ the King freshman –  How many of us would have the courage to travel 7,500 miles from our home and family to study in a foreign country where we don’t know the language? For Christ the King High School freshman Xionghui (Jackson) Xie, it was a huge leap of faith to do just that.

The, Chattanooga, Tennessee 

National Education Service To Send Boyd-Buchanan Staff To China – New Oasis International Education is giving teachers from six private high schools in the United States the chance to experience firsthand, the culture from which several of their international students come.

The Citizen, Fayetteville, Georgia

Landmark teachers learning about home of exchange students – Teachers from Landmark Christian School, which has campuses in Peachtree City and Fairburn, are among a group on their way to China to learn more about the native country of many of the exchange students the teach. New Oasis International Education is giving teachers from six private high schools in the United States the chance to experience the Chinese culture firsthand.