A course system synchronized with the courses of U.S. senior high schools
Free advance completion of CE courses of prestigious universities
Students can enter a U.S. university and take CE courses with college students free of charge. Only high-performing students from quality senior high school districts in the United States are entitled to these superior teaching resources.
CE courses are divided into three categories: Major Requirement, General Education Requirement and Free Elective.
In comparison to general AP courses, CE courses offer the following strengths:
1. AP courses are advanced placement courses in the senior high schools, but CE courses are college courses.
2. CE courses are direct proof of the students’ academic competence to help enhance competitiveness in university application.
3. Students taking CE courses can directly earn credits and GPA for the university to be enrolled into, saving a massive amount of college tuition.