The 38 schoolgirls stuck in New York have managed to secure flights home six days after they were due home.
The girls battled out one of the biggest storms in living memory from Monday 29 October through the early hours of Tuesday 30.
Three of the girls will be flying home on Monday as they are either running out of medication or have important exams that determine if they get into their chosen university. Everyone else will be flying home on Tuesday.
Read about their experiences here.
Thirty eight schoolgirls from Leicester remain stranded in America as the clear up continues following hurricane Sandy's destruction.
Hurricane Sandy has been downgraded from a Hurricane to Post Tropical Cyclone.
Schoolchildren from Leicester are trapped in New York on a trip. They sent their account through the night, barricaded in a hotel.