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Educaitonal Exchange​​

Every year, many groups of students and teachers enjoy educational exchange programs during their summer and winter breaks through Canal Educational Services. 

Academic Enrollment


Canal Edcuational Services helps international students to enroll in some of the top high schoosl and universities in the U.S., and provides services to ensure their success during their study. 
Canal Educational Services works with government, companies and schools on translating brochures, launching official social media accounts, and distributing marketing documents in China. 
Successful Stories

Take a look at our successful cases.


Zhaoyu Huai, who joined 2015 summer camp, was giving a presentation to students at her school.

She took the second place among 80,000 middle school graduates in high school placement exam in Zibo city in 2016. Her score in English section, an important part of the placement exam, was 119 out of 120.  


Edwin P Shelto is a fine art teacher from Marquette High School, his vivid teaching style brought so much fun to the students of Zhangdian Experimental Middle School. Mr Shelto encouraged students to focus on “Description”, “Observe details”,
“Sensory” and 
“Rational argument”, respected and explored their own feelings about the world.    


The director of enrollment department from an American high school was discussing with prospective students and their parents in a partner school in November, 2015.

Eight of the students have already enrolled and started their new lives in the U.S. We continuously provide them supports to make sure they will be happy and successful in the future. 


The educational exchange programs are supported by government officials in China and the U.S.

Reports of the educational activities including American school visiting partner schools in China, student exhcange programs, and teacher exchange programs will be published on city government websites.  These reports gave significant impacts on local societies. 

Successful Program
The DuPage Convention & Visitors Bureau welcomed a group of students from the People's Republic of China. Students and teacher chaperons from the city of Zibo, China spent more than a week visiting attractions
and participating in an immersive cultural exchange program in DuPage.
District 88 mission: To work for the continuous improvement of student achievement. Through that mission, District 88 schools have been named as Top Schools in America by Newsweek and the Washington Post.
A group of high school students traveled more than 6,000 miles from Zibo, China, to visit DuPage County, and Friday marks their last day here.
District 88 welcomes students, staff from Huantai 1st Middle School and Huantai Shi Ji (Century) Middle School in China.