Foreign Exchange

Foreign exchange students may be granted eligibility for a maximum of one calendar year from the date of enrollment provided they:

  • Reside in the attendance area of the school in which they are enrolled. Any subsequent transfers must be according to League transfer rules in order to maintain eligibility.
  • Are part of an approved foreign exchange student program that is listed by CSIET upon enrolling in a member school.
  • Have been assigned to schools by a method, which ensures that no student, school or other interested party has influenced the assignment for athletic purposes.
  • Have not graduated or were not eligible for graduation from high school.
  • Meet all other eligibility standards while a student at a member school.
  • Are submitted on a SCHSL FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT ELIGIBILITY REQUEST FORM that has been approved by a member of the League Staff.

Battery Creek……………………………….. Clavijo, M

Central…………………………………………. Knitter, F

Hannah-Pamplico………………………… Morsch, N

Academic Foundation for International Cultural Exchange (AFICE)


AIFS Foundation – Academic Year in America (AYA)

American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS

American Cultural Exchange Service (ACES)

American Home Life International (AHLI

American Homestay Services (AHS)

Amerigo Education Ameristudent

Amicus International Student Exchange

AnB Education

Apex International Education Partners (AIEP)

Aspect Foundation

ASSE and World Heritage International Student Exchange Programs


Association for Teen-Age Diplomats (ATAD)

Ayusa International

Best Educational Solutions Today (BEST)

Borderless Friends Forever Foundation

Boston Global Education

C&T Education, Ltd

Cambridge Network

Children Around the World

Children of All Nations

Council for Educational Travel, USA (CETUSA)

Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE

Cultural Academic Student Exchange

Cultural Homestay International

Discoveries Academic Student Homestay (DASH)

DMD Private High School Program

Education Travel & Culture

Educational Merit Foundation

Educational Resource Development Trust (ERDT/SHARE

Educatius Inc.

Edu-iCare Inc.

EF High School Exchange Year

Exchange Service International

ExchangeMate USA

Face the World Foundation

Foreign Links Around the Globe (FLAG)

Forte International Exchange Association (FIEA)

Foundation for Academic Cultural Exchange (FACE

Foundation for Worldwide International Student Exchange (WISE)

German American Partnership Program, Inc. (GAPP)

Global Academic and Cultural Studies

Global Insights

Global Leaders Elite Education

Global Student Services of America

Greenheart Exchange

Heritage Student Foundation

Inter-Ed, LTD (International Education Student Exchange Program)

International Cultural Exchange Services (ICES)

International Education Management Inc.

International Experience (iE)

International Fellowship

International Student Exchange (ISE)

Iowa Resource for International Service (IRIS)

ISC Global, LLC

Ivy International Group

Joy International Exchange Student

Lartin Brothers LLC

LPI Learning

Nacel Open Door

Newcomb Central School District

Northeast Student Consulting LLC (NESC)

NorthWest Student Exchange (NWSE)

NW Services, Inc. PEACE Program

Organization for Cultural Exchange Among Nations (OCEAN)

Our Lady of Good Counsel High School

Pan Atlantic Foundation

PAX-Program of Academic Exchange and The Laurasian Institution

Pennsylvania International Education Service Group (PIESG)

Portland Education Tour Center

PSE – Private & Public School F-1 Exchange

Reflections International


States’ 4-H International Exchange Programs

STS Foundation

STS Global Studies

Student American International (SAI)

TBI New Oasis Education (formerly New Oasis International Education)

Terra Lingua USA

The Traveling School Certification Status: Full –


United Studies

Weiming Michigan Education Program

World Link

Young Century Group

Youth For Understanding USA (YFU USA)