Can a mother accompany her child?
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There is financial aid at WH, but not sure in regards to foreign nationals. And it's a high school so typically 14 and up.
I would think if a kid was a potential Hillary Hahn(again going by your mention of Curtis) there would be more possibilities at variety of places that might be accessed through meeting and playing for faculty rather than online descriptions.
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Typically, the parent has to move to the new city with the child unless they are older. In some cases (usually 14+) the child can live in the dorm. This typically means you will need to find housing and have the ability to support yourself and your child.