Big Red Football Opens Camp Grateful For What’s To Come
Story LinksITHACA, N.Y. — The painful thoughts of an offseason unlike any other gently dissipated away by overnight rains, and when the sky opened 30 minutes before Saturday’s first full team practice on Schoellkopf Field, it seemed almost like a metaphor.
A cleansing, of sorts.
When the clouds parted, the sun came out and baked Schoellkopf Field. When the rains returned 70 minutes later, instead of dampening the practice, they lifted spirits even higher.
Head coach David Archer ’05 has been preaching to have an attitude of gratitude throughout the offseason. There were many grateful souls on day one of the 2021 Cornell football camp, and the energy was palpable.
Gallery: (8-21-2021) Football – First Practice
Cornell spread out 136 players among three practice sessions on Saturday, kicking off with the freshmen at 11 a.m., allowing them to fully participate in orientation activities. It continued with sessions at 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m., with crossover between them for special teams work. Breaking into three sessions allowed for maximum reps and individual coaching.
While the 2021 season will be memorable for many reasons, the 51 returning seniors will likely point around the room. They all return, after a lost season, for each other. That’s part of the reason Cornell is shaking off the predicted eighth-place finish in the Ivy League preseason media poll. The other is that the Big Red is just used to upsetting the apple cart. Five of the past six seasons, Cornell has finished higher than its predicted finish from the scribes, including tying for fourth in 2019 after being picked seventh.
Like any season, Cornell will have plenty of important figures to replace, including All-Ivy players Harold Coles (RB), David Jones (CB) and Jelani Taylor (S) and co-captain George L. Holm III (OL), among others. Unlike any other, there will be nearly two full classes of seniors to provide leadership and step into roles vacant for 18 months.
The Big Red also got its first on-field work with first-year assistant coaches Will Blanden (DB), Jeff Comissiong (LB) and Kashif Moore (RB) and coaching interns Anthony Catalano (defense) and Ryan Swingle (offense).
Marist College Athletics Football History vs Cornell UniversityFootball History > Cornell University
Football History vs Cornell University from Sep 21, 2019 - Sep 21, 2019
Longest Win Streak
Longest Losing Streak
9/21/2019 – 9/21/2019
Last 1 Matchups
Largest Margin of Victory
Smallest Margin of Victory
|September 21, 2019 9/21/2019||2019||
Home Poughkeepsie, NY
L 7 - 21
Tyler Cornell – Football – Alderson Broaddus University Athletics
Choose a Player: Achirem, Lloyd Akinyode, Gbenga Almuete, Joseph Alston, Mike Anderson, Marcus Arthur, Brooks Bacote, Ryan Balaski, Christian Basye, Wyatt Bauder, Logan Bearer, Erik Beasy, Cory Benford, David Blackburn, Cutler Boyce, Antwane Bruggeman, Dakota Butler, Jordan Carrillo, Luca Carter, Dale Catchings, Rob Cheatham, Trey Cobb, Maliq Combs, Brandon Compton, Mason Cornell, Tyler Crockett, Hayden Cross, Evens Daniels, Brehon Davis, Jalen Davis, Nate Delauter, Ryan DeLorenzo, Justin Diabagate, Isaac Downing, Jerran Dunbar, Christian Earle, Jesse Eppard, Daniel Fessler, Stuart Fields, Quaseem Fofanah, Saidu Fravel, Austin Frederick, Darius Gabel, Paul Gallagher, Chase Garland-Moore, Aaron Grecek, Chris Green, Logan Greer, Shaun Hargrove, Tyler Hatten, Dashawn Hernandez, R.J. Hinton, Savan Hogue, Robby Holbrook, Brendon Horne, Jesse Hott, Tyler Hurst, Joe Hurst-Rodney, Darius Hurt, David Iacobucci, William Jackson, Donovan Jackson, Omar James, Michael Jenkins, Cody Johnson, Braxton Jones, Brandon Joyce, Justin King, Tyler Knighten, Jamaris Kodama, Jon Laudermilch, Mason Lavern, Brandon Law, Jed Lawless, Brandon Leach, Tanner Lee, Malcolm Lee, Tory Leggett, Justin Lewin, Brett Lowry, Caleb Mann, Wilbur Marroquin, Matthew Marshall, Antonio McCombs, Patrick McGee, Tommy McPeak, Kenny Meadows, Justin Mellot, Adam Miller, Jacob Miller, Trey Mitchell, Anderson Mollett, Felix Monroe, Daveiyon Moore, Ibn Newsham, Nick Nguyen, Tommy Noon, Grant Olumba, Donovan Orbich, James Pando, Maliq Person, Paris Pickens, David Richardson, Dennis Roberts, Joel Rodgers, Ben Rosell, Braedon Sabo, Josh Schiefelbein, Tyler Schoolcraft, Dillon Schroeder, Cooper Scott, Brian Scott, Tim Shelton, Joseph Sheppard, Donte Silafau, Isaac Smith, Joseph Snyder, Isaac Sowards, Kyle Spellman, Jacob Spicer, Logan Stapleton, Cameron Stephens, Chris Stephens, Jeff Summey, John Swift, Ian Teets, Clay Urquhart, Daniel Vaughn, Wilson Veus, Maqir Vine, Josiah Warner, Phillip Wattenbarger, Adam Wayne, Mike Wells, Lonny Whitlock, Jacob Wilson, Dallas I. Wilson, Dallas W. Wilson, Deanerius Wing, Marc Wright, Tim Young, Austin Zepeda, Justin GoPause
- Winfield, W.Va.
Cornell Brown – Assistant Football Coach – Staff Directory
When the 2021 football season begins, Cornell Brown will begin his first season as the defensive line coach for Tarleton.
Brown comes to Tarleton after four years spent coaching at Marshall University, one season as the co-defensive coordinator at Norfolk State University and six seasons on the sidelines of his alma mater, Virginia Tech. During his time as a Hokie, he was an All-American and was inducted into the Va. Tech Hall of Fame in 2007. He was a sixth-round draft pick of the Baltimore Ravens and was a part of the Super Bowl champion Ravens in 2000.
“We’re thrilled to add a coach to our staff with the football pedigree of Coach (Cornell) Brown,” said Tarleton head coach Todd Whitten. “He has played football at the highest level in the world and was a member of one of the best defenses in the last 25 years, so he understands what it takes to build a winning defensive front. We’re excited about all the experience he brings, not just from his playing days, but as a coach. He will be an excellent addition to our program.”
Brown’s domination of the gridiron started out of E.C. Glass High School as one of the premier prospects in the state of Virginia. Ranked the No. 2 recruit in the state by The Roanoke Times and No. 6 in the Atlantic Coast region by Blue-Chip Illustrated, Brown chose to stay home and compete for Hall of Fame Coach Frank Beamer and Virginia Tech as the program’s top recruit in 1993.
“Cornell is an extremely smart guy and he’s a guy that really understands football,” said Beamer. “I know a lot of smart guys who couldn’t explain the elements of football, but Cornell is smart and understands the game. He also has a great understanding of how to teach the game of football. Cornell is the complete package. He really has it all.”
He started four years for the Hokies and recorded 36 sacks during his career, which was the most in Big East history at the time of his final game. He was the Big East Defensive Player of the Year in 1995 and a two-time All-American, including a consensus first-team selection in 1996. His jersey was retired by the program in 2002. He was inducted into the Virgina Tech Athletics Hall of Fame in 2007 and the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 2013.
“(Cornell) really changed our football program,” said Beamer. “As a recruit out of Lynchburg, he could have gone anywhere he wanted out of high school and chose to stay in the state. After that, a lot of really good players in the state of Virginia chose to do the same – and Cornell set the tone for that.
“After we got him on campus, we really were able to see what a great person he was and what great character he had,” he continued. “He has great knowledge of the game and, as much as anything, we saw how much the other players in our program really respected him. He had such a great overall impact on our program at Virginia Tech and I have no doubt he will have a great impact (at Tarleton).”
After his college career, Brown was selected in the sixth round at No. 194 overall in the 1997 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens, who he remained with through the 2000 season. Including time with the Oakland Raiders and a second stint with the Ravens, Brown played seven seasons in the NFL and played in 108 games with 25 starts. He made 147 tackles, seven sacks and three forced fumbles.
Brown was a member of the Super Bowl XXXV Champion Ravens that defeated the New York Giants 34-7 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
Following his playing career, Brown entered the coaching world in 2010 at his alma mater. He was a linebackers coach for Virginia Tech for six seasons before spending one year at Norfolk State and the last four at Marshall, where he coached defensive ends.
During his time with the Thundering Herd, Brown mentored Ty Tyler and Darius Hodge into two of the best pass rushers in the conference. Tyler was an all-conference second team selection in 2018 with 9.0 sacks. In 2019, Hodge led the team with 8.5 tackles for loss and 7.0 sacks.
Brown graduated from Virginia Tech with an undergraduate degree in consumer studies in 1997 and a master’s degree in academics in 2006. He has a son, Enzo, and currently resides in Stephenville.
Ripon College Athletics Football History vs Cornell CollegeFootball History > Cornell College
Football History vs Cornell College from Sep 27, 2014 - Sep 18, 2021
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Longest Win Streak
11/11/2017 – 9/18/2021
Longest Losing Streak
11/5/2016 – 11/5/2016
Last 5 Matchups
|September 18, 2021 9/18/2021||2021||
Home RIPON, Wis.
W 31 - 13
|November 11, 2017 11/11/2017||2017||
Away Mount Vernon, Iowa
W 42 - 11
|November 5, 2016 11/5/2016||2016||
Away Mount Vernon, Iowa
L 28 - 31
|September 26, 2015 9/26/2015||2015||
Away Mount Vernon, Iowa
W 26 - 21
|September 27, 2014 9/27/2014||2014||
Home RIPON, Wis.
L 24 - 43
|CORNELL at 09:00|
|CORNELL drive start at 09:00.|
|Mathews, Jeff pass complete to Tasker, Luke for 6 yards to the COR31 (Williams, Ian), clock 08:42.|
|Mathews, Jeff pass incomplete to Gellatly, Grant, QB hurry by Biestek, Brett, clock 08:17.|
|Mathews, Jeff rush for 5 yards to the COR36, 1ST DOWN COR (McGee, Patrick), clock 08:09.|
|Mathews, Jeff pass complete to Hagy, Luke for 1 yard to the COR37 (Chapman, Jordan;Martin, Michael), clock 07:32.|
|Mlady, Nick rush for 8 yards to the COR45 (McGee, Patrick), clock 06:49.|
|Mathews, Jeff pass complete to Gellatly, Grant for 18 yards to the FOR37, 1ST DOWN COR (Dixon, Jake), clock 06:14.|
|Mathews, Jeff pass complete to Ondash, Kurt for 8 yards to the FOR29, out-of-bounds (Pinckney, De’Na), clock 05:38.|
|Mathews, Jeff pass complete to Ondash, Kurt for 4 yards to the FOR25, 1ST DOWN COR (Dixon, Jake;Hancock, Austin), clock 05:03.|
|Nacita, Silas rush for 3 yards to the FOR22 (Martin, Michael;Slate, DeAndre), clock 04:28.|
|Mathews, Jeff pass incomplete to Gellatly, Grant, clock 04:00.|
|Mathews, Jeff pass complete to Tasker, Luke for 7 yards to the FOR15, 1ST DOWN COR (Williams, Levon), clock 03:54.|
|Mathews, Jeff rush for 2 yards to the FOR13 (Slate, DeAndre), clock 03:16.|
|Mathews, Jeff pass complete to Heon, Jesse for 13 yards to the FOR0, 1ST DOWN COR, TOUCHDOWN, clock 02:44.|
|Wells, John kick attempt good.|
|Wells, John kickoff 65 yards to the FOR0, Wetzel, Brian return 29 yards to the FOR29 (Ford, Jonathan).|
Yale University Football History vs Cornell UniversityFootball History > Cornell University
Football History vs Cornell University from Sep 27, 2003 - Sep 25, 2021
Longest Win Streak
9/23/2017 – 9/25/2021
Longest Losing Streak
9/27/2008 – 9/26/2009
Last 10 Matchups
Largest Margin of Victory
|September 25, 2021 9/25/2021||2021||
Home New Haven, Conn.
W 23 - 17
|September 28, 2019 9/28/2019||2019||
Home New Haven, Conn.
W 27 - 16
|September 22, 2018 9/22/2018||2018||
W 30 - 24
|September 23, 2017 9/23/2017||2017||
W 49 - 24
|September 24, 2016 9/24/2016||2016||
L 13 - 27
|September 26, 2015 9/26/2015||2015||
W 33 - 26
|October 4, 2014 10/4/2014||2014||
W 51 - 13
|September 28, 2013 9/28/2013||2013||
W 38 - 23
|September 22, 2012 9/22/2012||2012||
L 6 - 45
|September 24, 2011 9/24/2011||2011||
W 37 - 17
|September 25, 2010 9/25/2010||2010||
W 21 - 7
|September 26, 2009 9/26/2009||2009||
L 12 - 14
|September 27, 2008 9/27/2008||2008||
L 14 - 17
|September 22, 2007 9/22/2007||2007||
W 51 - 12
|September 23, 2006 9/23/2006||2006||
W 21 - 9
|September 24, 2005 9/24/2005||2005||
W 37 - 17
|September 25, 2004 9/25/2004||2004||
L 7 - 19
|September 27, 2003 9/27/2003||2003||
W 21 - 7
Hospitality and tourism, restaurant management, culinary arts are popular and demanded areas that appeared in Switzerland more than 50 years ago. It was in Switzerland that the first hospitality schools were opened – Les Roches and Glion, which occupy the first lines of international ratings to this day. The educational campuses of these schools are located in Switzerland, Spain, China, Great Britain.
Schools of the hotel business use the Swiss model of education, which is not only about obtaining theoretical knowledge, but also working out practical knowledge.The programs include paid internships in existing companies and major hotels in different countries. Moreover, interns are involved on all fronts and go all the way, starting from the lowest positions. Only after going through all the stages and knowing how everything works from the inside, you can become a real specialist. During compulsory internships, students gain invaluable experience and business contacts, learn new languages and learn a new culture, laying a solid foundation for their future careers.
You can study the hotel business not only in Switzerland, but also in England, USA, Holland, France.
Research results and world rankings annually form lists of the best educational institutions in the field of hotel management and tourism, based on surveys of owners and HR managers of such major hotel chains as Hilton Hotels, Marriott, Radisson, Ritz Carlton, Four Seasons, InterContinental Hotel Group and others …
Consider the most prestigious educational institutions abroad according to several international publications: QS World Ranks, Ceoworld.biz World Rank, Educations.com World Rank, Shilksha.com World rank and others.
1. The Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne School of Hotel Management (Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne) in Switzerland is considered the most benchmark in the world, which produces specialists who want to connect their professional activities with the hotel business. EHL is the first and oldest school opened in Switzerland in 1893. This was the peak of tourism in the country and the question of the lack of qualified personnel was acute. It now has 2,600 students from 107 different countries around the world seeking bachelor’s and master’s degrees in international hospitality.
Tuition fees from 34 650 CHF / year.
2. Glion Institute of Higher Education – included in the top 3 best hotel management schools in the world. The institute is accredited by the New England Commission for Higher Education NECHE.
Glion has 3 teaching campuses: 2 in Switzerland – Glion and Bulle and one in London, UK. The Glion Institute of Higher Education was established in 1963 on the site of the former Bellevue Grand Hotel.Glion offers higher education courses for bachelor’s, master’s, MBA, short-term summer programs in the specialties: hotel management, event management, sports management, management in the entertainment industry. HR managers of world famous brands invite graduates of Glion School to work, who are ready to start their duties from the first day of work.
Tuition fees from 35 800 CHF / semester,
in London from 20,000 GBP / semester.
3. Les Roches International School of Hotel Management is perhaps the most famous and elite educational institution in the world in the field of business education in the hotel management industry. The prestige of Les Roches is confirmed by the accreditation of the New England Higher Education Commission NECHE. Les Roches campuses are located in three cities: Crans-Montana (Switzerland), Marbella (Spain) and Shanghai (China). The school partners with 300 well-known companies that offer internship places, send their top managers to lecture students, and arrange excursions.94% of graduates receive multiple job offers and can choose which company they will work for. The rest of the students become entrepreneurs and start their own businesses.
Tuition fees from 33,300 CHF / semester, without accommodation.
4. School of Hotel Management, Cornell University in New York, USA. The university is part of the Ivy League and is the first educational institution in the United States to begin training in hospitality management.The Cornell University School of Hotel Management has 890 undergraduate students from 30 countries and about 70 graduate students. The bachelor’s program includes 800 hours of practice before graduation and immediately after the end of the program, the employment office at the school is ready to offer 1200 job options. Cornell University alumni are the founders of Alamo Rent-A-Car; Arby’s; Burger King; Dunkin ‘Donuts; Duty Free Shoppers Group; HVS Global Hospitality Services.
Tuition fees from $ 25,185 / year, without accommodation.
5. Oxford School of Hospitality Management is part of Oxford Brookes University, UK. In 2016, she was included in the top three schools at the Worldwide Hospitality Awards. The Oxford School of Hospitality Management has international students from 55 different countries in 100 hospitality related majors.The School of Management cooperates with 20 other universities in other countries and offers its students exchange programs and the opportunity to study in other countries: Canada, Hong Kong, USA, Thailand, Australia.
Foreign students can enroll in the 3rd or 4th year of the undergraduate program if they have a completed diploma in hotel management and work experience in the specialty for at least 40 weeks.
Tuition fees from 17 900 £ / year
6. Hotelschool The Hague is the leading hotel and restaurant education institution in the Netherlands, founded in 1929. Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees are taught in English at the study campuses of The Hague and Amsterdam. There are also fast-track programs for those students who already have a diploma in this area from another country. Accelerated students receive a Bachelor’s Degree from the Hague Hotel School in 2 years, instead of the usual 4 years.
Tuition fees from 23950 € / year.
7. Hotel School Vatel in France (Hotel School Vatel) was founded in 1981 in France, and since then 35 training centers have been opened around the world. Advanced campuses are located in France: Paris, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nimes, Nantes. Training is conducted in English and French, depending on the city and country.
Tuition fees from 12 500 € / year.
8. César Ritz Colleges were founded by world renowned hotelier Caesar Ritz – owner of Ritz hotels in 1982. César Ritz Colleges consists of 3 campuses in Switzerland: Le Bouvray, Brig, Lucerne and are part of the Swiss Education Group. All students of the Cezar Ritz school undergo compulsory internship in luxury hotels and restaurants, and 80% of graduates are employed in the largest international chains: Hyatt, Marriott, Accor and others.
Tuition and living costs from 40,700 CHF / year.
9. The School of Hospitality and Catering at the University of the Catholic San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM) offers Master of Hospitality Management programs in English in Spain. Here you can get a master’s degree in the field of: sports management, management of the organization of mass sports events, hotel management, innovation and marketing in tourism.
Tuition fees from 6000 € / year.
10. Hotel Institute Montreux – founded in 1984 in Switzerland. HIM is also part of the SEG Group and offers hospitality management programs in partnership with Northwood University. During their studies, HIM students undergo a paid internship for 4-6 months in Switzerland and abroad in existing companies and hotels, for example: Dorchester, Ritz, Raffles and others. During the internship, interns can receive up to CHF 2,500 per month.
Tuition and living costs from 16 650 CHF / term.
c> 90,000 The Ivy League
The Ivy League
Ivy League is an association of eight private American universities located in the northeastern United States. The members of the league are considered to be of high quality education.
Ivy League Universities:
University of Pennsylvania
Many alumni and league members have been Nobel laureates.Also, each university tries to improve the results of students by improving education every year, sending them to all kinds of lectures and scientific gatherings.
There is an ivy league student gathering held in the spring and fall of each year, at which university presidents discuss education and initiatives for them.
There are many sporting opportunities on university grounds such as a football stadium, basketball arenas, ice hockey rinks, etc. There are many sports competitions in which students are encouraged to win.
What makes the Ivy League universities the best? The important components of quality education in universities are primarily the level of training of the teaching staff and the volume of scientific research. Among the League’s alumni there are many Nobel laureates, outstanding scientists and laureates of other scientific prizes. In addition, all League universities are the richest private educational institutions in the United States and have the opportunity to allocate their own money for the implementation of many scientific developments and research.
The League’s universities own vast territories, which they received for use from the state. Each campus is a city within a city with its own research centers, museums, libraries, theaters, communications and transport infrastructure. Each university publishes periodicals, has television and radio.
Tuition fees at League universities are among the most expensive in the world. For a year of study, students pay from 30 thousand dollars a year.But despite the high tuition fees, the competition for admission is incredibly high. After all, an Ivy League diploma is not only a guarantee of a future successful career, but also evidence of belonging to a chosen circle of talents. The acquaintances and connections established within the walls of the university have an impact on the entire subsequent life of a person. Every year, tens of thousands of applicants, not only from America, but also from all over the world, strive to get into the League’s universities. Foreign students make up 5-9% of the total.
For questions about preparing for admission to the United States and applying for admission to Ivy League universities, please contact StudyUSA.ru specialists!90,000 Ivy League. How to get into it The Ivy League is a consortium of 8 private higher education institutions in the United States, which are united by a number of factors: social belonging, eligibility and high level of education. Universities are located in the northeastern states and provide a single group of universities to which every student wants to enroll and this does not happen for a reason – according to the rating of the U magazine.S. News and World Report universities are consistently in the top 15 among the best colleges and universities in the United States – US University Rankings 2020-2021 90 125
Universities – members of the League
• Brown University – Providence, Rhode Island, founded in 1764 as Rhode Island College
• Harvard University – Cambridge, Massachusetts, founded in 1636.
• Dartmouth College – Hanover, New Hampshire, founded in 1769
• Yale University – New Haven, Connecticut, founded in 1701 under the name Collegiate School
• Columbia University – New York, New York, founded in 1754 as King’s College
• Cornell University – Ithaca, New York, founded in 1865.
• University of Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, founded in 1740 under the name Philadelphia Academy
• Princeton University – Princeton, New Jersey, founded in 1746 under the name College of New Jersey
Ivy League Entry 90 125
Thousands of students annually apply for admission to the League’s universities. Entry requirements are quite high, you must provide:
– SAT or ACT certificate;
– certificate of education;
– English language exam test results;
– essays on topics set by universities;
– certificates, letters of thanks, recommendations from teachers;
– additional information that can help increase the chances of getting the coveted place: it can organize your own business, a charitable program, participation in school team and single competitions.
Acceptance of documents is carried out until November 1 of each year for the next academic year.
It is best to start the admission process in advance, 1.5 – 2 years before the year of admission. Then there is a higher chance of collecting the correct package of documents on time. All those wishing to enroll in the Ivy League are offered a unique opportunity – language courses in selected specialties are held on the basis of universities. This makes it possible to get to know more about universities.
In the last courses of study, students are given the opportunity to do internships in US companies. This is an excellent opportunity for companies to gain a new stream of current trends in the business environment, and for graduates – work experience.
The Ivy League guarantees employment to all of its students, and in practice this is what happens – many students, after completing the internship, receive a job offer and stay.Due to the fact that training in the League is undoubtedly prestigious, then the cost is above average, even by US standards. The average year of study is $ 50,000. The price does not include accommodation, meals, medical insurance and visa. On average, an applicant should expect 80,000 – 100,000 US dollars per year.
Students are also provided with scholarships: for this, the student should additionally provide evidence that it is he who needs it.According to statistics from Harvard University, an average of 55% of students receive study scholarships. It is important for universities to accept gifted students who can be proud of upon graduation.
Extracurricular activities and sports
The USA is famous for its sports. The young people of the unit pay special attention to American football, tennis, golf, and also basketball. Girls also participate in sports and take first places in competitions, but also do not forget about Cheer leaders – a special form of support for their own sports teams.
If your child is not interested in sports, is more inclined to study sciences, then each university has its own libraries, museums, computer classes, and research laboratories. The Ivy League has its own Foundation, also financed from other sources: both individuals interested in the development of universities, and state companies, in whose interests it is to receive students of the highest category. This makes it possible to purchase modern equipment and materials.
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Pomfret School – private school tuition, USA, Connecticut
- Grades: from 9 to 12 and post-graduate year
- Start of training: August
Founded in 1894, Pomfret Private School is an independent coeducational college to prepare for American universities.Together with day students, 350 students study at Pomfret.
Magnificent 200 hectares of land in northeastern Connecticut, one hour from Boston and three from New York JFK Airport. The Pomfret School owes its success exclusively to its professional teaching staff. Pomfret offers intensive and comprehensive training for students from different countries with different social and cultural backgrounds. Students go to their achievements through strict discipline, high exactingness of teachers, readiness to achieve their goals.Pomfret alumni are called upon to become active and spirited citizens of the world through personal development in science, sports, art and social life.
Features: is a member of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and Connecticut Association of Independent Schools
Class size: 11 students
Teacher-to-student ratio: 1: 6
Teachers: 57 (82% have Advanced Degree)
Location: Pomfret, Connecticut, CT, USA
Study Programs: To successfully complete Pomfret School, you must complete the following courses:
- English – 4 years, history (world and US history) – 2 years, mathematics and algebra – 3 years, natural sciences (physics, chemistry, biology laboratory courses) – 2 years, digital art – 1 semester, world religions – 1 semester, visual or performing arts – 6 semesters, social issues – 1 semester, foreign language – 3 years
- Honors – An in-depth course for excellent students can be taken in the following 16 subjects: English and English literature foreign languages (French, Latin, Spanish), natural sciences, mathematics, geometry and algebra, history and history of the United States, polyphonic choral singing A-capella
- Advanced Placement – University-recognized credit program – 19 subjects including English and English Literature, History, Foreign Languages, Mathematics, Statistics, Science, Arts, 2D and 3D Design, Drawing, Chinese Literature and Culture, Politics and Government US government, history, European history, micro and macroeconomics
- International students receive additional English classes at no additional cost.
Conditions for admission to Pomfret: must provide a report card for three years, recommendations from teachers of English and mathematics, pass SSAT tests and, necessarily TOEFL525 / 85
Accommodation: in one of the 4 dormitories on campus.
Catering : full board
Equipment: digital art laboratory, community service program, self-help center, new athletics center, playing fields, boat station, tennis center, observatory, own FM radio station WBVC 91.1 FM
Sports and extracurricular activities: 90,016 baseball, basketball, team games, cross country, field hockey, American football, golf, soccer, softball, squash, ice hockey, lacrosse, volleyball, wrestling.
Honors Society – for honor, justice and excellence Cum Laude, diplomacy club, international club, math club, outing club, radio station, school council, skiers, cave explorers, history of the Pomfret – Pontefract school, singing.
Number of students: 350, some of them live in a hostel.
Number of foreign students: 12% of foreign students
Further education: academic assessment involves passing tests PSAT, SAT, SAT II, ACT. 100% of graduates receive proposals from leading US universities including: Colgate University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Duke University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York University, Princeton University, Yale University
Receiver and American football coach
Cornell Rodney Burbage (born 22 February 1965)A) American football wide receiver in the National Football League (NFL) for the Dallas Cowboys. He was also a member of the New York / New Jersey Knights of the World League of American Football (WLAF). He played college football at the University of Kentucky.
Burbage attended Brian Station High School, where he was teammate of Dermontty Dawson and Mark Logan. He didn’t have great stats in the wide receiver because he was playing on a run-oriented system. In high school, he received state awards for football and track.
He received a football scholarship from the University of Kentucky, but had little opportunity to prove his true worth in a running Wildcats attack. As a junior, he made 25 receptions (second in team) for 418 yards (led the team). Including 7 receptions at 131 yards against Mississippi State University.
In the final year of his career in 1986, he led the reception team with just 24 receptions at 331 yards. He ranked third in the SEC for starting earnings with a 23.1 yard average and fifth for punt returns with a 6.7 yard average.He ended his college career with 64 receptions for 988 yards and no touchdown.
Burbage was signed by an unused free agent through the Dallas Cowboys following the 1987 NFL Draft. On September 7, he was refused. 
After the players went on strike in the third week of the 1987 season, these games were canceled (reducing the season from 16 games to 15) and the NFL decided that substitute players would play the games.Burbage was signed as part of the Dallas Cowboys replacement team, which the media gave to the alias “Rhinestone Cowboys”.  He had 3 hits at 110 yards, including 77 yards. touchdown against Philadelphia Eagles. He was wounded on October 26 after the end of the strike.  
In 1988, he was signed off-season and was cut on 29 August.  Burbage was re-signed on October 12 to provide depth after the team suffered many injuries on the wide receiver body.  At the end of the year, he finished second in average kick-off (22.4 yards) in the National Football Conference. 
On September 19, 1989, he was placed on the Injured Reserve List with a shoulder injury. 
Burbage signed with the Minnesota Vikings as a Plan B free agent in 1990. He was released on 28 August. 
New York / New Jersey Knights (WLAF)
Burbage signed with New York / New Jersey Knights of the World League of American Football in 1991, coached by Mouse Davis, architect Run and Shoot Attack …He topped the league in starting goal average and also recorded a World League record of 101 yards per game. 1992. 
On July 10, 1991, he was signed as a free agent through the Pittsburgh Steelers.  He was cut open on August 26th. 
Hamilton Tiger Cats (CFL)
Burbage signed with Hamilton Tiger Cats of the Canadian Football League in 1993. He was turned down on 4 July. 
Reservoir Dogs of Memphis (CFL)
In 1995, he was signed as a free agent through Reservoir Dogs of Memphis from the Canadian Football League.  He was released before the start of the season.
After retiring from his playing career, Burbage worked as a coach at Paul Lawrence Dunbar High School, where he helped develop the team into second-place in the state in 1997. The following year, he left to coach at his alma mater, Brian Station High School.
Burbage served three years as offensive coordinator before becoming the 27th head football coach at Kentucky State on an interim basis for the 2004 season. University of Kentucky Coaching Records Archived October 9, 2012 Wayback Machine
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The Storm King School
The Stor m King School is a private boarding school in Cornwall-on-Hudson, an hour’s drive from New York, with only 180 students in grades 8-12, of which only 45% are international students (often in private schools up to 80% of foreign students).The school provides serious academic preparation for students wishing to enter the best universities in the United States for 150 years and is one of the oldest schools in New York State. During its existence, the school has produced many celebrities, including Paris Hilton herself. Particular attention is paid to such areas as: “Visual Arts”, “Sports” and “Computer Science”.
The school provides an individual approach to each student, tries to inspire him to new achievements.Also, school staff monitor the student’s lifestyle (for his activity, nutrition, academic performance) and organize active leisure for students. In addition, the school has very small classes, up to 10 people, which allows the teacher to give each student enough attention during lessons.
Programs provided by the school:
High school (grades 8 – 12)
At highs school, students study basic subjects: English, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Foreign Language) and elective subjects.
The school provides an individual approach to each student, tries to inspire him to new achievements, as well as the school staff monitor the student’s lifestyle (for his activity, nutrition, academic performance) and organize active leisure for students.
After School Admission Opportunities
After graduating from high school at The Storm King School, graduates entered universities such as:
University of Michigan
New York University
University of California, Davis
Among the advantages of the school is a campus of 50 hectares, on the territory of which are located:
Music studio (+ option of individual music lessons)
Sound recording studio
Digital design studio
The school offers sections for sports such as:
Cross country running
In addition, the school regularly hosts concerts and theatrical performances with the participation of students.As well as picnics, joint shopping, joint lunch trips to local cafes, movie screenings, workshops and other events.
The school also publishes its own magazine “The Voice”.
The cost of schooling (with accommodation, meals, insurance, textbooks, school uniforms, etc.) is $ 60,000, for applicants with a good certificate, a discount of $ 20,000. Also, huge discounts on training for athletes (European football, tennis, basketball) and children with artistic talents (drawing, computer graphics, filming)..