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As the school’s admissions director explains during a trip to China to interview applicants, Fryeburg, which has both boarding and day students, depends on the tuition paid by the parents of foreign students.
The last of the victims, Martin Duque, a soccer-loving freshman, was laid to rest Sunday, the same day students returned to campus for a brief orientation.
About 500 are expected to live in dormitories, and the rest will be day students.
Both Orange and Seminole have announced which days students will need to go to school to make up for the six days lost to Irma.
The school has approximately 500 boarders and another 100 day students.
The only full day students will have to make up is March 30, which was formerly a day off.
In the 2013–14 school year, just over 5,300 students with autism and other disabilities were enrolled in approved private schools in the state, at an average cost of $65,000 per year for day students and $184,000 for residential students.
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