14-18 Years Old
EF Frontrunner is a groundbreaking new English course for 14-18 year olds, specially developed to complement teens' busy lives, their learning goals, and maturing range of interests.Through the use of intelligent online technologies EF Frontrunner provides a highly customizable learning program to ensure that each student can achieve his or her own individual learning goals with English; whether that's to pass high-school exams, or to study abroad.
PRACTICAL EF COURSE MATERIALS FOR EXAMS
Guides students to success in high school exams.Builds students' confidence and cultural awareness so they will be comfortable using English for study, travel and work.
Advances students' English skills to meet international standards required to study abroad.
ONLINE ILAB LETS TEENS CONTINUE LEARNING FROM HOME
Using iLab (EF's innovative online learning system) students continue learning independently, so they can progress further, faster.Through EF Parents iLab page and EF Parents App, you can also monitor your child's progress and communicate with our teachers.Comprehensively covering listening , speaking, reading and writing, iLab helps teens pass the university admission exams at home and abroad while improving their English comprehensive ability.
IMMERSION ENGLISH LIFE CLUB FOR TEENS
Regular Life Club events, such as art class, outdoor pursuits, scientific experiments and even theatre shows, are all set in supportive English-only "immersion" environments.Teens have fun communicating in English to complete an assignment or task together, which builds their confidence and spurs them on with their studies.EF Life Club provides authentic contexts in which learners must apply the language they have studied during class.
SUPPORTIVE CLASSES ENVIRONMENT
Our small class sizes and modern facilities help EF teachers deliver the best learning experience possible.
Our schools are equipped by the latest technology and multimedia, including animated video and interactive whiteboards, which encourage active engagement and participation from teen learners