Join us this summer for a variety of program options. We will be offering workshops at both the West Vancouver and South Granville locations.
US Admissions Boot Camp – The goal of this boot camp is to relieve the stress surrounding the US application process. Students will receive a comprehensive overview of the US admissions system and get a head start on their applications. Students will complete an application simulation that will help them to learn what admissions officers “see” in their application. They will learn how to request teacher recommendations, fill out the Common Application, and work on producing application essays.
SAT Boot Camp – This boot camp includes a full length SAT exam with 12 hours of group instruction. Students will be taught: how to” beat” the exam , test taking strategies, time-management, vocabulary building, core grammar, essays, and much more. Students will receive instruction on how to improve their skills for every section of the SAT exam.
University Send Off – Students will learn how to set themselves up for post-secondary success from an academic and a non-academic perspective. Topics will include: how to learn in a post-secondary environment, organizing your time, preparing for classes, being an independent learner, staying motivated, controlling your level of stress and more.
Essay Writing Boot Camp – A one-week writing intensive boot camp that introduces students to the process of writing. Students will develop skills that will help prepare them for English and all writing-based courses at the high school and university levels. Students applying to universities in the coming year will receive practice writing supplemental essays.
Principles of Math 12 – A one week intensive course introducing the concepts of the Principles of Mathematics 12 course for students entering grade 12 math. (This course is preparatory and not for credit). To get the most benefit from this course, it is recommended that students study at least one hour outside of class for every hour spent in class. Materials will be provided.
Introduction to Calculus – A one week blitz of differential and integral calculus and applications, with emphasis on understanding the concepts and methods. For students entering Calculus 12, AP Calculus, or first year university calculus. (This course is preparatory and not for credit). To get the maximum benefit from this course, it is recommended that students study at least one hour outside of class for every hour spent in class. Materials will be provided.
Please see our online calendar for dates and times or contact us at email@example.com to reserve a space.