A new report shows that U.S. high schools are experiencing enrollment changes similar to those seen in colleges.
International enrollment in U.S. schools is up and being driven by students from East Asia.
The Institute of International Education reports that 73,019 international students were enrolled at U.S. high schools in October 2013, a record.
The top 10 countries for enrollment were:
- China, 23,562
- South Korea, 8,777
- Germany, 7,130
- Mexico, 2,659
- Brazil, 2,292
- Vietnam, 2,289
- Spain, 2,125
- Japan, 1,959
- Thailand, 1,827
- Italy, 1,718
100 Questions and Answers About Americans was created to help international students in the U.S. and its companion, 100 Questions and Answers About East Asian Cultures, was created to help students understand their international classmates.