"It is great! I like the fact of how the students get along with each other, even if they are in different grades. It is uncommon in Korean schools, since we have division between grades and call the older grades by “Hyeng” which means brother. Also, the teachers are very kind to us. There are many students who cannot speak english fluently, so the teachers sometimes help us after school with our assignments. Lastly, I think the food is good. The quality is better the ones in my previous Korean School."
Yoo Hwang (Sophomore) of Fayston Preparatory School of Seoul