<p>According to their website, they haven't opened their doors yet. I can't find a staff listing. $10 million sounds like a lot of money, but they have very ambitious plans. </p>
<p>Traveling the world sounds wonderful, but many adults don't find it appealing on a long-term basis. Who will agree to teach with this team? Will it be a succession of teachers on sabbatical from other institutions? What guarantees does one have that this school will survive past the founder's child's high school career?</p>
<p>I also can't find a listing of an accrediting authority. Perhaps they can't be accredited until they open their doors, hire staff, and have a set curriculum. I am very wary of a school with no set address, no outside educational audits, and no track record.</p>
<p>I'm also taken aback by the answer to this question on their website, "Will teachers fly to all the TGS cities with the students?"
No. As mentioned previously, families are responsible for the punctual, safe and sound arrival of their children to each TGS location throughout the academic year. However, we can arrange for airline staff to accompany students during the entire flight and these staff will only release students to an authorized TGS staff member.
<p>For $88,000, the school won't take charge of midyear transfers from Santiago to Kuala Lumpur? From one school campus to another school campus? The parents may pay $88,000, and have the pleasure of learning about arranging international travel from afar? This is not a joke?</p>