New Student Registration
Brain Power is an after-school enrichment program for high-achieving students from Grades 1-12. To be considered for our program, students must be achieving good grades and demonstrate high academic potential. All new students and their parent or guardian must attend a free, no-obligation assessment interview.
Getting Started in Three Easy Steps!
STEP 1 – Contact Us
STEP 2 – Arrange a Free Assessment Interview
Schedule a free assessment interview with the administrative team at Brain Power. Visiting Brain Power and meeting our admin and teachers by scheduled appointment allow you and your child to better understand our program. Students must complete an assessment interview to determine their appropriate placement level within our courses. This meeting helps us identify a student’s strengths and place him/her in our program according to age, level of knowledge, and particular needs. The duration of this interview is approximately 40 min. to 1 hour. Parents must participate in the interview.
STEP 3 – Register
If the assessment interview goes well, you will be invited to register for our programs and become part of the Brain Power learning community.
See Some of the Exciting Things Happening at Brain Power!
Joze Piranian Visits!
We were excited to welcome Joze Piranian to our Public Speaking class on November 12th! Joze is a lifelong stutterer on the quest to confront his fears one stage a time. After spending most of his life avoiding speaking out...
Andreea Wins at DECA!
Brain Power Public Speaking, Language Arts, and Math & Problem Solving student Andreea Murariu recently won some impressive awards atDECA! She won Top Overall Competitor, Top Oral Speaking Score, and Top MC Exam Score! Andreea says that her classes at...
It’s been an exciting November at Brain Power! Andreea Murariu (pictured above) recently won some impressive awards at DECA!
Ana Mocanu Wins Queen’s Commonwealth Competition
Brain Power student Ana Stefania Mocanu (pictured left) recently won a Bronze Medal for her essay in The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, an international essay writing competition for youth aged 18 and under! In 2018, there were 12,000 entries from across...