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Come with me! Welcome to the school!

A person will be admitted to the school upon completion and submission of the Student Information Form. After admission, all first-time students will be evaluated by the Admissions and Records office for their level of English language and math skills. Many classes require that one or both academic skills be covered before enrolling in them.

If you plan to complete a degree program at CLC and want to transfer your credits from another college or university, you must request an evaluation of your records from the Admissions and Records Office. Complete the “Request for Transcript Evaluation” form and submit an official copy of your transcripts from previous institutions.

“The nursing skills lab at the Grayslake Campus is great because the equipment is similar to what nurses use on the job. The clinicals were also great hands-on learning experiences, and the CLC instructors have a great relationship with area hospitals and clinics.”

The School

Our vision is to create a close-knit educational community that inspires everyone to make a difference, promoting a culture of self-confidence, challenge and respect for others.

Our mission is to provide a quality British education for all pupils through a stimulating 21st century educational project that promotes high standards, progress and equality of opportunity. We aspire for our students to learn to be independent and autonomous through interdisciplinary studies in a stimulating, tolerant and multicultural environment.

We believe in the importance of each student developing to his or her full potential, fostering emotional and physical well-being, as well as celebrating individual talents in a supportive, safe and familiar environment. We want all pupils to enjoy coming to our school, to uphold and reflect the core values of Canterbury School and to believe in themselves to be or achieve what they aspire to be.

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Heidy was born in Puerto Rico, where she studied dance and theater at the Escuela de Bellas Artes de Carolina, followed by a B.A. in Theatre Education from the University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras. He completed his MFA in Community and University Theatre Education at New York University and has also trained at the Center for Theatre of the Oppressed and Teatreros Ambulantes de Río Piedras. In 2015 she relocated with her family to Cambridge, UK to be part of the homeschooling community.

Virginia was born in Madrid and has a degree in Fine Arts from the Complutense University. She completed the pedagogical aptitude course at the Faculty of Education and her first job was in a children’s publishing house. In Almeria she worked as an art and English teacher in kindergarten and after-school in schools. In 2013 she moved to Cambridge, where she worked as T.A. and Playworker at St. Paul School.

She started working as a Medical Physics teacher. She combined this job with her studies in Philosophy, which she finished with the best record. She completed a Master’s degree in Philosophy of Science (University of Santiago de Compostela), followed by a Master’s degree in Education. In 2017 he moved to England to pursue his PhD in Education (University of Cambridge). He is currently training at the Cambridge Academic Partnership.