United States Presidential Scholars Program

The “United States Presidential Scholars Program” is an award American government set up by the American President’s administrative order in 1964, to commend and encourage excellent high school graduates that have made outstanding achievements in learning, arts, leadership, community service and other fields. Only one boy and one girl in each state can get this honor each year. This award is the highest honor for American high school graduates. The Sino-US Folk Cultural Exchange held every July participated by winners of the “United States Presidential Scholars Program” is co-organized by China Education Association for International Exchange, the National Committee on United States-China Relations, and Yihai Education Group.

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