TDA Year Round - High School Palo Alto
Live Class Time: Friday. Online during pandemic.
- 3,500 US dollars$3,500
- Online Session
The TDA Year-Round Program is our most advanced and comprehensive course. In our weekly classes, students conduct current events monitoring and analysis, develop media literacy, train in public speaking, learn various forms of debate and prepare for Model UN and Model Congress conferences. Our students receive training in negotiation, politics, and history through simulation activities. Furthermore, students in this course explore various ethical and moral issues, often connected to our area of study, as well as the challenges of leadership and decision making in a democratic society. Students attend one weekly, 2-hour class from September to May, excluding traditional school holidays. Students are invited to attend two preparatory TDA Day Long Debates (Winter and Spring) and offered to attend Model United Nations and Model Congress competitive conferences. Please take note that for 2021, most conferences have moved online. Important Note About Admissions Please submit a deposit of $200 to reserve your spot. New applicants will be admitted after an interview with Simon Olavarria. If your student is not admitted, we will issue a full refund. New applicants are welcome to try out 4 classes before committing for the full year. In this case, please make a deposit referenced above. For recurring students, no interview is necessary. be granted. Financial Assistance Policy Our intention is to provide high-quality education for all motivated students. With that in mind, we will not reject any motivated student solely for financial reasons. We offer full and partial scholarships, and are committed to working with parents to work out solutions. If you wish you to request financial assistance, please check the appropriate box in our booking form. Note on In-Person classes during the pandemic This class would normally meet in person at the above-referenced location. However, while the pandemic is ongoing, classes will be held online. Breaks - No Class Days Indigenous Peoples or Columbus Day: October 12, 2020 Thanksgiving: November 26-27, 2020 End of Year Holidays: December 14, 2020- January 1, 2021 Martin Luther King Day: January 18, 2021 Winter Break: February 15 - 19, 2021 Spring Break: March 29 - April 2, 2021 Memorial Day: March 31, 2021 If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org