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University Success Stories

JULY 6TH, 2018

Brain Power is thrilled to share some university entrance success stories from students who attended our University Preparation workshop this past fall! David Firer was accepted to Western (Medical Sciences – $10,000 scholarship), the University of Toronto (Life Sciences – $7,500), Queen’s (BSc), and McGill (Biological, Biomedical, and Life Sciences – $3,000 scholarship, renewable for … Continue reading "University Success Stories"

Passion Into Practice Award

JULY 6TH, 2018

We recently posted about Brain Power winning the Passion into Practice award for York Region’s ClimateWise Business Network – Evening of Recognition 2018. This award is given to an organization that has demonstrated a holistic and integrated approach to embedding sustainability throughout their daily operations. They have also encouraged sustainable practices to their partners and … Continue reading "Passion Into Practice Award"

Dolce Magazine

MARCH 23RD, 2018

Brain Power is featured in the Spring 2018 issue of Dolce, a “lifestyle publication featuring stories of success, philanthropy, fashion and culture.” In the article, Brain Power’s director, Dr. Karine Rashkovsky (pictured left), says our mission is “to provide unique curriculum, world-class teaching and experiential learning opportunities, all while exceeding current educational standards and promoting a social conscience.” … Continue reading "Dolce Magazine"

Speakers Idol Finals

MARCH 23RD, 2018

Four of our very own Brain Power Public Speaking students made it to the semi-finals and/or finals in Ontario’s Speakers Idol Competition! Congratulations, Tian Shi (semi-finals), Cora (finals), Sam (finals), and Diviya (finals)! (see images below) The finals will be held on Tuesday, March 27th at Toronto Centre for the Arts!! In 2017 Brain Power student Caroline Cui came … Continue reading "Speakers Idol Finals"

Rahul Pandya


Brain Power student Rahul Pandya attended this year’s Harvard Model United Nations (HMUN). HMUN is a four-day international relations simulation for high school students held annually in downtown Boston. At HMUN, delegates gain insight into the workings of the United Nations and the dynamics of international relations by assuming the roles of UN representatives and members of … Continue reading "Rahul Pandya"