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西北中学The Northwest School

 西北中学(简称NWS)是所男女合校,兼具初中和高中部的完全中学,始建于1980年。全校学生大约500人。西北中学提供绝佳的大学预备学程,蓬勃发展的艺术与体育科目,和友善与充满协助的生活环境。西北中学的毕业生也都能顺利申请到美国与海外的的顶尖大学。不仅拥有全国充满活力的智能学校声誉,也获得美国教育部所认可的蓝带卓越奖章学校。位于西雅图市中心区,西北中学是唯一一所提供国际学生男女合校住宿设施的学校。其特殊的地理位置,让国际学生不仅可以获致优异的教育,也可充分体验各个面向的美国文化和生活经验。 西北中学校园位于西雅图历史悠久的国会山丘附近。而西雅图也是美国著名的景致宜人城市之一;同时也是微软、星巴克、波音、亚马逊、好市多(Costco),(Expedia)和许多其他世界知名企业总部的所在地。伫立于都市环境的西北中学校区,周围有许多艺术工作室、博物馆、音乐厅和剧院。只需几分钟的步行距离,就可以接触到太平洋岸边。而著名的帕克市场,星巴克咖啡创始店、派拉蒙剧院、太平洋科学中心、太空针塔和许多其他闻名景点和娱乐活动,也在临近地区,为学生提供充分学习又能自行体验多元的美国生活机会。
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美国本土西北部重要城市和海港。位于华盛顿州,西临与太平洋相通的皮吉特湾,东滨华盛顿湖。海岸线和湖岸线长80公里。面积218平方公里,人口51.6万(1990);大市区包括金县等, 面积11184平方公里。<BR> 城市建在7座小丘上,东、西水域外围群山环抱,森林茂密。 气候温暖,1月和7月平均气温分别为2℃和24℃。年平均降水量 810毫米,夏季晴朗干燥;秋冬多阴雨。 <BR> 早先是印第安人定居地。城市始建于1851年,移民多经营木 材业。1869年设市,以印第安人酋长西雅图的名字命名。1884年 铁路通达。1897年阿拉斯加掀起“淘金热”,淘金者多经此往返, 促使城市迅速发展。20世纪初人口已逾助万。1914年巴拿马运 河通航,1917年建成连接皮吉特湾与华盛顿汹的运河,进出口贸 易有较大发展。第二次世界大战后,成为发达的工业城市。 <BR> 美国主要的飞机制造中心之一。世界上最大的喷气式民用客 机制造公司波音公司总部所在地,有“波音之城”的称号。其主要 企业分布在从南郊的奥本到北郊的图拉里普的地带,拥有7万余职工。又为美国西部林区的木材加工基地,制材、胶合板、家具、纸 浆和造纸等工业均较发达。其他有造船、炼铝、电子、化学、罐头食 品等工业。近年来从阿拉斯加铺设过来的输油管通过该市,推动了城市工业的发展。也是重要渔业基地,拥有一支大渔船队,主要 捕捞大比目鱼和鲑鱼等。 <BR> 美国西海岸主要海港,素称“通往阿拉斯加和远东的门户”。 主要港区在皮吉特湾内的埃利奥特湾,水深港宽,为著名天然良 港。沟通皮吉特湾和华盛顿湖的运河,长13公里,筑有水闸,可供 海轮通行。与加拿大不列颠哥伦比亚省沿海和阿拉斯加有定期班轮往来。3条横贯大陆铁路的起迄点,与太平洋沿岸的旧金山、洛 杉矶及加拿大的温哥华等大城市有铁路、高速公路相连。 <BR> 商业区紧邻港区。“西雅图中心”为市内最著名的建筑群,“21 世纪展览会”所在地,有歌剧院、音乐厅、竞技场、运动场、太平洋科 学中心等,其中高达185米、名为“宇宙针”的瞭望塔,被视为城市 的标志。市内多博物馆、美术馆,有华盛顿大学、音乐学院等高等 学府。市中心竖立西雅图酋长的铜像,有印第安人的商店、餐馆、 艺术中心和剧场。工厂主要分布在城市南部、埃利奥特湾沿岸和 运河两侧。市内小丘低坡地带为低收人家庭住宅区,华盛顿湖畔为高级住宅区。城市山、湖、海浑然一体,水光山色,风景秀丽。奥 林匹克国家公园和雷尼尔山国家公园距城不远,为著名游览区。 港口陈列“密苏里”号战舰,当年日本军国主义者在此签署投降书。<BR>
Ever wondered whether caffeine is a viable substitute for sunshine? If so, Seattle is your kind of town. More than any other city in the region, Seattle epitomizes what people know of (and how they feel about) the Pacific Northwest. Nevermind that its sunshiny days can be suicidally few - its residents (Chairman Bill, perhaps, excepted) are among the nation's most outgoing and outdoorsy. Sure, it had everybody wearing flannel shirts and whistling Nirvana for awhile, but consider also the good things it's given us: you can see the roots of America's microbrewing revolution in the bellies of many a Seattlite, and the city's chilly mornings had the espresso generation brewing long before Starbucks sold its first cup. If you're looking for lifestyle (and who isn't these days?), Seattle has it in spades.<BR>Population: 563,400<BR>Area: 85 sq miles (220 sq km)<BR>Elevation: 450ft (135m)<BR>State: Washington<BR>Time Zone: Pacific Time (GMT/UTC minus 8 hours) <BR>Telephone area codes: 206, 253, 360, 425, 509 & 564. 10-digit dialing will be mandatory for all local calls within the 360/564 region after February 2001.</P><P>Attractions<BR>Pike Place Market<BR>For a hungry traveler on a budget, Seattle has no greater attraction than the Pike Place Market. Nearly a century old, Pike Place is one of Seattle's most popular landmarks, as famous for the theatrics of its boisterous vendors as it is for its vastly appealing edibles. Its most popular buildings are the Main and North arcades, with their artfully arranged banks of produce, and fresh fish, crabs and mollusks piled high on ice. The best bet for enjoying the market is to go on an uncrowded weekday morning. Wander slowly, sample frequently and remember to keep your eyes peeled for flying fish: the fishmongers hurtle huge salmon between their stalls at breakneck speeds!<BR>Over half of the market's open-air stalls are now devoted to locally made arts & crafts, and its labyrinthine lower levels are filled with pocket-sized shops of all descriptions, from Indian spice stalls to magicians' supply shops. The streets surrounding Pike Place Market continue the maze of shops, with ethnic food stalls, plant shops, galleries and gift boutiques. Pike Place Market is in the northwest corner of downtown, near the waterfront.</P><P>Seattle Center<BR>The 1962 World's Fair, also known as the 'Century 21 Exposition', brought in nearly 10 million visitors from around the world for a glimpse of Tomorrow, Seattle-style. What remains of the futuristic enclave of exhibition halls, arenas and public spaces is today called the Seattle Center. Don't be surprised if it generates more nostalgia for The Jetsons than thoughts of the future.</P><P>The U District<BR>The University of Washington campus sits at the edge of a busy commercial area known as the U District. The main streets here - University Way, commonly called 'the Ave,' and NE 45th St - are chock-a-block with cheap restaurants and cafes, arthouse cinemas and student-filled bars. It's less a throwback to the 1960s as it was in days past, but the bustle is no less satisfying.<BR>'U Dub,' as most people refer to the university, is a lively place that's definitely worth touring - especially in spring, when pink and orange flowered azaleas paint the campus in brilliant hues. Burke Museum keeps a good collection of dinosaur skeletons, but its real treasures are its Indian artifacts, especially the collection of cedar canoes and totem poles. The school's fine-art showspace, Henry Art Gallery, mounts some of Seattle's most intelligent 20th century art exhibits.</P><P>Capitol Hill<BR>Inlaid brass dance steps along Broadway propel you into a rumba or a tango (actually, it's public art), but you'll never see a local learning the steps. And that's about as aesthetic as the streets get. Unlike other parts of the city, it's the throngs of people and not the buildings that really set Capitol Hill apart from other neighborhoods. Long a counterculture oasis, there are probably more nose rings on Capitol Hill than anywhere else in the Northwest. Also the principal gay and lesbian neighborhood in Seattle, the area exudes an unmatched creative vitality.</P><P>Queen Anne<BR>Rising above Seattle Center is Queen Anne - a neighborhood of majestic red-brick houses and apartment buildings, sweeping lawns manicured to perfection and gorgeous views of the city and bay. Queen Anne is not nearly as established as other neighborhoods, but it does have cafes, trendy music clubs and some old-time Seattle entertainment. The main reason to visit is to check out the view. The observatory deck at 3rd Ave and Highland Drive is the best spot for it, especially at night or sunset. Queen Anne is just over a mile (2km) northwest of downtown and has frequent bus connections to the city center.<BR>
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项目类型:国际文化全真体验系列

营地编号:MZLYD-1537

营地所在的国家:美国,华盛顿,西雅图

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营地适合年龄:12-14岁

营地住宿类型:学校住宿

营地活动:网球,篮球,体操,排球,舞蹈,音乐,健身

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营地设施:各类教室,教室图书馆,计算机房,多媒体

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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
morning 建筑学:剖析西雅图建筑风格;计算机,动画设计等技术学习 英语语言学习(听说读写基础技能的提高),数学等等(可选) 英语语言学习(听说读写基础技能的提高),数学等等(可选) 英语语言学习(听说读写基础技能的提高),数学等等(可选) 建筑学:剖析西雅图建筑风格;计算机,动画设计等技术学习
noon 语言艺术,演讲辩论,人格魅力的提升;表演艺术,影视,话剧 午饭 语言艺术,演讲辩论,人格魅力的提升;表演艺术,影视,话剧 建筑学:剖析西雅图建筑风格;计算机,动画设计等技术学习 语言艺术,演讲辩论,人格魅力的提升;表演艺术,影视,话剧 语言艺术,演讲辩论,人格魅力的提升;表演艺术,影视,话剧
afternoon 科学探索,探索科技,感叹奇异的科学世界;视觉艺术,开发创造力 体育与人类运动科学:篮球,网球,释放运动细胞 科学探索,探索科技,感叹奇异的科学世界;视觉艺术,开发创造力 体育与人类运动科学:篮球,网球,释放运动细胞 欣赏电影,骑自行车,户外活动尽情享受
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