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Northshore September 2015

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150 | MAY + JUNE 2015 150 November 2012 EARN YOUR MASTER'S IN 1 YEAR STEP UP. STAND OUT. MASTER'S DEGREE PROGR AMS: Accelerated one-year or part-time formats • Evening classes • Co-op, internship and networking opportunities • Small class sizes and one-on-one advising • Competitive tuition • Scholarships and Financial Aid • Fellowship and Assistantship programs • Accounting • Civil Engineering • Community Engagement • Community Health Education • Computer Science • Education Licensure Programs • Exercise and Sport Management • Health and Wellness Management • Higher Education • Management • Mechanical Engineering • Public Affairs graduate @ 978-837-3563 NORTH ANDOVER, MA 150 in-depth LIVE Lyu and Yinglun (Chandler) Wang. After her husband died suddenly in September 2013, Shapiro looked into GPHomestay. "It would have been easy to not be so- ciable," she says. "[The boys] helped me get a routine back. I like to cook, but I wasn't cooking for myself. It's been amazing…. I'm enjoying it very much." Lyu, 18, who will be a senior at St. John's Prepara- tory School in Danvers in the fall, takes advanced placement courses and has scored a grade point aver- age of "4.0-ish," he says. This spring, he stayed with his uncle in the Fenway section of Boston and took summer courses at Harvard University before returning to Shap- iro's home for his senior year at St. John's. School is harder in China, Lyu says. "The test at the end of your senior year defines your future. One test is the only thing defining who you are, nothing else." He has Residential Coordinator Peter Lendell matches students with families. Photograph by Joel Laino

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