About Lighthouse Education

Our dedicated team is committed to helping students see their dreams come true with a personalized and comprehensive service to study in USA. At Lighthouse Education we encourage students to pursue their interests, aim for excellence and attend a school that suits all of their requirements.

There are no consultancy fees.

You can read our company profile here (PDF)

How we're different


We are based in USA

Our headquarters is in Seattle, USA.

Help you get a job

We help college students find work while they study.

No English? No problem

Don't worry about your English. We find you schools that accept your English level.

Our teachers and staff


Andy Allred

Teacher, Consultant, Owner

Alexa J.

Teacher, Essays

Taunya A.

Teacher

Rick H.

TOEFL / IELTS Teacher

Jennifer J.

SAT Teacher, Essays

Beth R.

Admissions Coach, Essays

Armando R.

Teacher, Admissions Coach

Rachel M.

Teacher, Admissions Coach

Kevin D.

English Teacher, Essays.

Brian A.

TOEFL / IELTS Teacher

How does it work?

Lighthouse Education is the Easiest way to
attend school in the USA. We handle everything.

Types of students we can help


  • University Student
  • Graduate Student
  • High School Student
  • Middle School Student
  • Elementary Student
  • Intensive English Student
  • Military Student

Get your bachelor's degree in USA

Here we provide assistance in directing College bound students with a focus of furthering their education toward their Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees in their study of choice. Finding the schools that fit your needs is our primary goal. We will assist in providing those key locations.

Graduate Student.

Pursuing additional education in a specific field? More than 1,000 U.S. colleges and universities offer programs leading to a graduate degree in a wide range of fields. The two main graduate degrees in the U.S. are the master’s degree and the doctoral degree. We help make your school selection easy by learning what you want; do the research and come back with some selections to consider.

High School Student.

A high school education is important in many ways. Not only do you learn basic through accelerated studies, but a student will also gain social cues, have opportunities to participate in a variety of clubs, groups and plenty of sports activities

Middle School Student.

Middle school education general covers grades 6-8 with students aged 10 through 14. Students learn independence, moving to different classrooms and teachers learning subjects that include math, sciences, language and physical education.

Elementary School Student.

Elementary students gain understanding of basic concepts involved in learning to read, write and count. These concepts are reinforced through activities in and out of the classroom. Teaching is generally done in a one classroom with a single educator covering most subjects.

Intensive English Student.

If you want to learn English fast then this the right path for you. Classes are about 25 hours per week and you will be able to communicate confidently in no time as you build English reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.

Military Student.

There are 17 top military boarding schools located throughout the USA, serving 4,900 students.

The purpose of the Military schools is to inspire positive academic, physical, and moral growth in every cadet. All Military Academy’s college preparation curriculum is grounded in the core disciplines of:
Mathematics, Science, English, Social Science, Foreign Language

100% Guarantee

GUARANTEED SCHOOL ACCEPTANCE: We guarantee you will be accepted by a good school and will study in the USA.

GUARANTEED VALUE: We assist you with everything you need. Obtain USA Visa, Tuition, housing, orientation, excursions, insurance, airport pick up, and more.

GUARANTEED SUPPORT: Before, during and after you’ll be supported by a Lighthouse Education staff member. Our goal is a quick response to your questions before you go and even faster when you are in the USA.

Universities we work with


Northwestern University
Tuition $54,567
Application Deadline Jan 1

Duke University
Tuition $55,960
Application Deadline Jan 3

Columbia University
Tuition $59,430
Application Deadline Jan 1

New York University
Tuition $51,828
Application Deadline Jan 1

University of Chicago
Tuition $57,006
Application Deadline Jan 1

Rice University
Tuition $47,350
Application Deadline Jan 1

Venderbilt University
Tuition $49,816
Application Deadline Jan 1

Princeton
Tuition $47,140
Application Deadline Jan 1

Wake Forest
Tuition $53,322
Application Deadline Jan 1

University of Washington
Tuition $36,898
Application Deadline Feb 15

MIT
Tuition $51,832
Application Deadline Jan 1

Harvard University
Tuition $50,420
Application Deadline Jan 1

California Institute of Technology
Tuition $52,362
Application Deadline Jan 3

Brown University
Tuition $55,656
Application Deadline Jan 1

Cornell University
Tuition $55,188
Application Deadline Jan 2

Dartmouth College
Tuition $55,035
Application Deadline Jan 1

Emory University
Tuition $51,306
Application Deadline Jan 1

Georgetown University
Tuition $54,104
Application Deadline Jan 10

MIT
Tuition $51,832
Application Deadline Jan 1

University of Chicago
Tuition $57,006
Application Deadline Jan 1

Northwestern University
Tuition $54,567
Application Deadline Jan 1

Rhode Island School of Design
Tuition $50,960
Application Deadline Feb 1

Harvard University
Tuition $50,420
Application Deadline Jan 1

The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
Tuition $44,550
Application Deadline Jan 7

University of Southern California
Tuition $56,255
Application Deadline Jan 15

Rice University
Tuition $47,350
Application Deadline Jan 1

Pomona College
Tuition $52,780
Application Deadline Jan 1

University of Pennsylvania
Tuition $55,584
Application Deadline Jan 5

Brown University
Tuition $55,656
Application Deadline Jan 1

California Institute of the Arts
Tuition $48,660
Application Deadline Jan 7

Pratt Institute
Tuition $51,870
Application Deadline Jan 5

Tufts University
Tuition $56,382
Application Deadline Jan 1

School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Tuition $50,160
Application Deadline Jan 15

Yale University
Tuition $62,170
Application Deadline Feb 28

Stanford University
Tuition $60,270
Application Deadline Feb 1

Harvard University
Tuition $62,792
Application Deadline Feb 1

University of Chicago
Tuition $62,865
Application Deadline Feb 1

Columbia University
Tuition $67,564
Application Deadline Feb 15

New York University
Tuition $63,986
Application Deadline Feb 15

University of Pennsylvania
Tuition $63,364
Application Deadline Mar 1

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Tuition $60,508
Application Deadline Feb 15

University of California—Berkeley
Tuition $53,315
Application Deadline Feb 1

University of Virginia
Tuition $61,300
Application Deadline Mar 12

Duke University
Tuition $62,247
Application Deadline Feb 15

Northwestern University (Pritzker)
Tuition $62,084
Application Deadline Feb 15

University of Notre Dame
Tuition $53,391
Application Deadline Jan 1

Indiana University - Bloomington
Tuition $35,456
Application Deadline Rolling

Cornell University
Tuition $55,188
Application Deadline Jan 2

Carnegie Mellon Universit
Tuition $55,465
Application Deadline Jan 1

University of Texas
Tuition $37,480
Application Deadline Dec 1

University of Michigan
Tuition $49,350
Application Deadline Feb 1

University of North Carlolina - Chapel Hill
Tuition $35,169
Application Deadline Jan 15

University of Pennsylvania
Tuition $55,584
Application Deadline Jan 5

Massachusette Institute of Technology
Tuition $51,832
Application Deadline Jan 1

University of Virginia
Tuition $48,891
Application Deadline Jan 1

University of California - Berkley
Tuition $43,232
Application Deadline Nov 30

Cornell University
Tuition $55,188
Application Deadline Jan 2

University of Washington
Tuition $36,898
Application Deadline Feb 15

University of California - Los Angeles
Tuition $38,000
Application Deadline Nov 30

University of Southern California
Tuition $56,255
Application Deadline Jan 15

University of Michigan
Tuition $49,350
Application Deadline Feb 1

University of Pennsylvania
Tuition $55,584
Application Deadline Jan 5

University of North Carolina
Tuition $34,938
Application Deadline Jan 15

University of Florida
Tuition $28,658
Application Deadline Mar 1

Tufts University
Tuition $56,382
Application Deadline Jan 1

Boston University
Tuition $53,948
Application Deadline Jan 2

Columbia University
Tuition $59,430
Application Deadline Jan 1

Harvard University
Tuition $50,420
Application Deadline Jan 1

New York University
Tuition $51,828
Application Deadline Jan 1

Adelphi University
Tuition $38,660
Application Deadline Rolling

Fordham University
Tuition $52,248
Application Deadline Jan 1

New York University
Tuition $51,828
Application Deadline Jan 1

Rutgers University
Tuition $47,518
Application Deadline Feb 15

St. Catherine University
Tuition $39,669
Application Deadline Rolling

Syracuse University
Tuition $51,853
Application Deadline Jan 1

University of Texas
Tuition $51,786
Application Deadline Dec 1

University of California - Berkley
Tuition $42,184
Application Deadline Nov 30

University of Georgia
Tuition $30,404
Application Deadline Jan 1

University of New Hampshire
Tuition $47,570
Application Deadline Feb 1

University of St. Thomas
Tuition $54,674
Application Deadline Rolling

University of Wisconsin
Tuition $49,885
Application Deadline Feb 1

Yale University
Tuition $53,430
Application Deadline Jan 1

Brown University
Tuition $55,656
Application Deadline Jan 1

Columbia University
Tuition $59,430
Application Deadline Jan 1

Emory University
Tuition $51,306
Application Deadline Jan 1

Northwestern University
Tuition $54,567
Application Deadline Jan 1

Notre Dame University
Tuition $53,391
Application Deadline Jan 1

Pomona College
Tuition $52,780
Application Deadline Jan 1

Rice University
Tuition $47,350
Application Deadline Jan 1

University of Pennsylvania
Tuition $55,584
Application Deadline Jan 5

University of Southern California
Tuition $56,255
Application Deadline Jan 15

University of Virginia
Tuition $48,891
Application Deadline Jan 1

University of Washington - St. Louis
Tuition $53,399
Application Deadline Jan 2

We make getting the visa easy for you

We specialize in F1 Student Visas and applications for Tourist/Business Visas to the United States.

Our friendly and knowledgeable agents will help you prepare all the paperwork on your behalf, saving you hundreds of dollars in fees, and passing those savings on to you!

Our staff will also coach you through the interview process at the USA embassy, we will explain what you will do during the interview and make you familiar with common questions they will ask.

Your future employment


  • IT
  • Art
  • Biotechnology
  • Business
  • Aerospace

Facebook

Facebook needs software engineers from data scientists to web programmers.

Google

As the #1 search engine, Google employs thousands of software engineers.

Microsoft

Microsoft is always hiring top engineers to build world-class software used on billions of devices.

Uber

As one of the hottest tech startups, Uber continues to lead the world in software services for peer-to-peer ridesharing, taxi cab, food delivery, bicycle-sharing, and transportation network.

PIXAR

An American computer animation film studio based in California, they have 19 Academy Awards for their animations.

Disney

Founded in 1923, today Disney is the world's largest independent media conglomerate in terms of revenue and has made many hundreds of movies.

Blizzard Entertainment

Blizzard Entertainment is an American video game developer responsible for very popular games such as World of Warcraft, Diaglo and Starcraft series

Boston Symphony Orchestra

The Boston Symphony Orchestra is an American orchestra based in Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1890, it is one of the five major American symphony orchestras.

Merck

Merck & Co. manufactures a variety of well-known pharmaceutical drugs, vaccines and animal-health products. It made the first smallpox vaccine for commercial use in the U.S.

Pfizer

Pfizer is one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies. They develop and produce medicines and vaccines for a wide range of medical disciplines, including immunology, oncology, cardiology, endocrinology, and neurology

GlaxoSmithKline

GlaxoSmithKline is a pharmaceutical company headquartered in London with 100,000 employees.

AMGEN

Amgen is an American multinational biopharmaceutical company headquartered in California. In 2013, the company's largest selling product lines were Neulasta/Neupogen, two closely related drugs used to prevent infections in patients undergoing cancer chemotherapy

FedEX

Fedex is a public, multi-national courier delivery company located in Memphis, Tennessee, that ships globally. International business students could join FedEx’s community with the slogan “The World On Time.” Job categories include marketing, IT, sales, human resources, and logistics management.

AmericanExpress

Established in 1850, American Express is an international financial services firm with a brand value estimated at $14.97 billion. Although headquartered in New York City, American Express employs around 62,800 professionals in more than 40 countries.

Exxon

ExxonMobil Oil Corporation is the world’s largest, multi-national oil and gas refiner with over $268 billion in revenue. International business students could be interested in marketing, technology, refining, real estate, or finance positions. In general, ExxonMobil provides rigorous training programs to bachelor’s-level graduates.

Marriot

Valued at $12.78 billion, Marriott International is a public, diversified hospitality company founded in 1993 with headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland. In 2014, Marriott opened its 4,000th hotel to offer over 697,000 rooms in 80 global countries.

Boeing

Boeing is an American corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells airplanes, rockets, satellites, and missiles worldwide. Boeing is among the largest global aircraft manufacturers; it is also the fifth-largest defense contractor in the world based.

SpaceX

SpaceX, is a private American aerospace manufacturer and space transportation services company headquartered in California. It was founded in 2002 by entrepreneur Elon Musk with the goal of reducing space transportation costs and enabling the colonization of Mars.

Raytheon

The Raytheon Company is a major U.S. defense contractor and industrial corporation with core manufacturing concentrations in weapons and military and commercial electronics.

Cessna

Best known for small, piston-powered aircraft, Cessna also produced business jets. For many years the company was one of the highest-volume producers of general aviation aircraft in the world.

FAQ


Here are the common questions our new clients have...

The key to the first year of high school students studying abroad is to test the key period of students' independent living and adaptability. Whether there is a good study abroad plan to help them make a good transition is the most concern of parents. Whether it is a boarding school or a school that provides accommodation for a family, no matter how many Chinese students there are or not, a good transition plan can make parents feel at ease. This kind of transition is not only about language ability, but also important life, including psychological counseling and support. Parents should take this as a priority.

Common extracurricular activities include: school clubs, volunteers for the elderly, community services, etc. More American middle-class families will allow their children to participate in international competitions, world geography projects, and difficult sports competitions to fully develop their individual abilities and demonstrate family strength. Background promotion activities. The significance of these activities, regardless of their size, is to allow students to fully integrate into the community and society and learn to help each other and show themselves. The most touching background experience must be meaningful to the society, showing a spirit of feedback and a true experience of demonstrating leadership.

US university application process to participate in standardized entrance exams – select schools – prepare letters of recommendation – prepare personal statements – prepare resumes – provide school transcripts – other supporting materials – proof of financial guarantees – formally submit applications – get admission notices from schools.

1. Shortcuts to enter a famous American school
2. Strong English course
3. Open entrance
4. Short application time
5. Easy to apply for admission to school
6. Professional, practical and flexible competition
7. Excellent small class teaching and meticulous service

1. Practical course - provide the first two years of university courses, vocational training and community service
2, personal attention - small class teaching less than 30 people
3, low cost - annual tuition is only half of the four-year university
4, two Way out – after two years of study, you can transfer to a four-year university for the third year. After completing the associate degree, you can enter the job market.

The educational philosophy of American high schools is not to train students into high-scoring students, but to use all aspects of science education concepts and methods to develop students into lifelong learning ability and independent personality, to be full of exploration spirit and to contribute to society. People.

Absolutely not what you imagined!
Some schools do not have high English requirements for international students because they have excellent ESL (English non-native) courses that will help you successfully meet English requirements. Some schools have high requirements for English because they do not have an ESL program. Our institution also offers English language instruction. Before you study in the United States, we have begun to tailor the English course to help you improve your English. We offer excellent English-speaking teachers.

Parents are becoming more familiar with the processes and requirements of American high school universities. They are well aware that AP courses are not only helpful when applying for university, but the number of AP courses can also indicate the strength of a school. Of course, here is also to clarify a misunderstanding. It is not the more AP courses, the better. It depends on whether the courses offered are of interest to students and can really learn. Only good AP results can really help students apply for universities. . Therefore, class selection is very important for high school students. Need to be very familiar with and understand the American education system. Many domestic intermediaries can hardly do this very critical VIP service.

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