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

Email us at info@brainpower.ca or phone us at 905-303-5457. Or use the “Get in touch for a free assessment interview” tool at the bottom of this page.

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.

 


 

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