Top University Bridge Program

Top University Bridge Program

This individualized, goal-oriented program is offered to students in grades 9 to 12 and focuses on five major educational foundations: 

  • Academic planning: including course guidance, language training, tutoring and test preparation after school

  • Advanced Reading: including literacy and vocabulary development, literature reviews and style exploration

  • Extracurricular Planning: emphasizing community engagement, social responsibility and leadership training

  • University Selection: consulting on application preparation, school research and course selection

  • Specialization Training: focusing on expanding your personal skill sets, recognizing your achievements and discovering your potential

The Top University Bridge Program provides you with an advantage when applying to university. You will be assigned a personal advisor who will give you the extra support, academic help and additional training which prepares you to apply to the top universities of your choice. You also have the opportunity to join after-school classes to further strengthen your skillset. This individualized support puts you well ahead of other applicants. 

100% of our graduates have secured a place in a top university of their choosing.

Academic Planning:

  • Course Guidance
  • Language Training
  • Course Tutoring
  • Test Preparation

Reading Program:

  • Book Selection
  • Literacy Development
  • General education

University Application:

  • Consultation on University selection
  • Application Preparation
  • Guidance on University course selection

Extracurricular Planning:

  • Extracurricular Activities
  • Achievement Records
  • Social Responsibility Awareness, and Leadership Training 

Specialization Training:

  • Specialization Training
  • Discovery of Personal Potentials
  • Records of Achievement

Features and Benefits

Academic Planning
Students who participate in Canada Star Secondary School’s Top University Bridge Program will be supported by a mentor who will work alongside the students’ teachers and monitor student academic performance. Report cards will also be readily available to parents. Canada Star Secondary School has more than twenty experienced certified teachers and an extensive system of quality resources and courses for students. With a solid foundation of academic knowledge and a strong support team to ensure their improved performance, students will increase their chances of entering a distinguished post-secondary institution. Counsellors are ready to assist students in their holistic development. Whether it be choosing extracurricular activities, skills training, and other facets of education, advisors are available to help students develop a university application worthy of consideration, even for Ivy Leagues in the United States.

Reading Program
Canada Star Secondary School’s Reading Program is a combination of recommended literature taken from both the BC curriculum and the prerequisites of Ivy League schools. This combination allows students to learn both content and real world knowledge, and in turn, help them gain a more global perspective. Especially created for students in Grades 8 to 12, the program aims to improve vocabulary development, understanding of language conventions, and reading comprehension. Canada Star Secondary School’s Reading Mileage program encourages students to read daily and fosters a lifelong love of reading.

Extracurricular Planning

Based on the admission requirements of distinguished universities, Canada Star Secondary School classifies extracurricular activities into six types.

  • Community contributions – This type of extracurricular activity includes academic and extracurricular projects that contribute to the betterment of the community. Examples of such activities are
  • volunteering, charity work, and participation in school clubs.
  • Academic achievement – Scholarships, awards competitions, research projects, etc.
  • Leadership Training – Involvement in school clubs, community activities, and student organizations trains students to be future students.
  • Internship
  • Art and creativity – Participation in the fine arts cultivates a diverse skill set
  • Sports

Specialization Training

Unlike traditional approaches to education, Canada Star Secondary School’s Bridge Program is based on university requirements and career opportunities. Through professional testing and counselling, students will be exposed to a potential field of interest ranging from a diverse set of disciplines: engineering, science, commerce, humanities and fine arts. Students will then be recommended courses and extracurricular activities that match their specific interest to motivate their learning.