-- During ILSC’s ESL-High School Bridge Program students will develop English Language skills to help them succeed in the Canadian high school education system. This program is offered at ILSC-Vancouver and ILSC-Toronto and is designed for young learners, aged 13-17. It will prepare students with strong academic reading, grammar, vocabulary, and writing skills which are taught in a dynamic and stimulating environment.
The course content is aligned with public school curriculum to help make their transition to high school easier. http://www.youtube.com/ilsctv
The ILSC ESL High School Bridge Program is specially designed for kids that are from 13 to 17, and they’re in high school in their country, and they’re planning to come to Canada, and they’ve got basic English skills already.
I came to Vancouver because I’m going to go to high school in Vancouver.
We need students that are really motivated and determined. This program is not sort of a fun and games program. We do have a part of that, but a big part of it is really learning the structure of the high school system in Canada.
I enjoy this program. I am learning English and other cultures.
This program not only sets them up for the strong reading and writing skills that they need, but it also introduces them into the culture, and myself being Canadian I can also share the culture and teach that with them too.
My teacher teaches me communication and grammar and presentation.
My teacher is really helpful, she’s so friendly and so, so good.
I think this is the best thing that they can do. It’s really like a kick-start or jump-start that they need before they go directly into high schools.
I’m excited and nervous. But I think my English is good.