High School Bridge Online Program

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$800/4 weeks
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The High School Bridge Program is designed for part-time studies for international high school students not only to improve their English skills but also the skills necessary to successfully navigate a different learning environment.

This program offers communicative and student-centered online classes that give opportunities to practice the language as well as the opportunity to learn about studying in North America. Lessons will be delivered online with face-to-face instructor interaction but students are recommended to do self-directed studies and assignments given by the instructor. Self-directed studies include but are not limited to reading assignments, writing essays and other types of compositions, reviewing and revising material from the live online classes. They could include specific tips and study strategies as well as supplemental explanations for grammar and vocabulary discussed in class. This course would also highly emphasize the practice of presentations, and writing essays in preparation for joining secondary schools in English-speaking countries. The emphasis on this program will be on skills essential to succeed in North American high schools. Content will focus on Language Arts, Science, Math, and Social Studies.

A minimum of 4 weeks is recommended. Students can enroll at the beginning of each modular session.

SessionStart DateEnd Date
Summer 1July 5, 2021July 30, 2021
Summer 2August 3, 2021August 27, 2021
Summer 3September 7, 2021October 1, 2021
Fall 1October 4, 2021October 29, 2021
Fall 2November 1, 2021November 26, 2021
Fall 3November 29December 23, 2021
SessionStart DateEnd Date
Winter 1January 3, 2022January 28, 2022
Winter 2January 31, 2022February 25, 2022
Spring 1March 7, 2022April 1, 2022
Spring 2April 4, 2022April 29, 2022
Spring 3May 2, 2022May 27, 2022
Spring 4May 30, 2022June 24, 2022

Upon completion of this program, the student will:  

  • acquire grammar for written and spoken communication
  • acquire topic-related vocabulary
  • improve written and spoken accuracy
  • acquire and practice functional/everyday language necessary for studying in North American secondary schools
  • improve fluency
  • improve pronunciation
  • develop reading skills
  • develop listening skills for gist and detail
  • gain knowledge of a variety of topics as presented in the syllabus
  • gain knowledge of North American school systems, culture, customs and holidays

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