Effective combined course Brentwood College School Academic Summer combines language, academic studies with a rich program of extra-curricular leisure and leisure. This is an ideal opportunity to qualitatively prepare for longer, basic training programs (IB Diploma, Advanced Placement) and significantly improve their skills in both English and academic knowledge.
The maximum size of the class is 15 people: students are engaged in the Brentwood College School and can freely use the entire campus infrastructure, technical facilities and scientific and practical laboratories for classes.
The program works for children 12-18 years old. Students are divided into two large block-directions:
1) Exploration (12-14 years)
For students aged 12-14 (9-10 years of secondary school), a program on active development of language and academic skills has been prepared. Among the subjects studied:
The recommended level of English for admission is from B1 and higher.
2) Engagement (14-18 years)
Students of grades 11-12 are also engaged in a fairly intensive, intensive program, which includes English lessons and classes in the main disciplines of the school course. The subjects for the personal curriculum can be chosen independently: it prepares students for university and graduate classes (where the set of subjects is also conducted by the pupil himself), gives the chance to focus on studying the most important, priority disciplines. The following directions are offered for selection:
The recommended level of English for admission is from B2 and above.
The cost of a three-week course is $ 6000 CAD.
Brentwood College School (Brentwood College School) is one of the best Canadian schools specializing in teaching middle and high school students (13 to 18 years old).
The school's distinctive advantage is the system of mentoring and advisors: they help students in any issues (academic, sports, creative, domestic, etc.), help in resolving various disputes and conflict situations. The counselor meets regularly with his ward, if necessary, adjusts his curriculum and program, selects courses for senior school, advises on priority HEIs and their specialties, introductory requirements. The counselor also keeps in touch with the pupil's parents, mediates important issues.
It is worth noting that the location of Brentwood College School on the Pacific coast, in colorful British Columbia, gives children a chance not to stop studying in classrooms. There are regular walks and eco-trips, watching wild animals and diving in the waters of the bay, visiting the large national parks Strathcona Park Lodge or Bamfield Marine Sciences Center, visiting lessons in oceanography and marine biology (these subjects can even be included in the main curriculum).