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High School achievers program

YLAC’s High School Achievers Program

Applications are now open for Young Leaders for Active Citizenship's High School Achievers Program. Giving passionate students a platform to share their ideas and providing them with the skills to drive change in their own communities, this one-of-a-kind programme is anchored by Harvard and Oxford alumni. To register, click here.  


Workshop on College Possibilities

Want to know what your education avenues are? Join Saikat Majumdar, Professor of English and Creative Writing, Ashoka University, as he hosts an interactive workshop on 22nd February, 2019 at The Cathedral and John Connon School. To register, email or call 9645908608 on or before 18 February 2018.

Boarding schools

Admissions are still open for 10 boarding schools!

If you still want to apply for boarding schools, there are some that are still accepting admissions from international students. These 10 schools are a part of Linden’s network of Premier Boarding Schools. For more information, visit Linden.


Summer Programs in Switzerland

Four reputed Swiss schools will be visiting Mumbai to discuss their upcoming summer programs on Friday, February 8 at the St. Regis, Lower Parel. Click here for more information.


McGill Summer Academy

Applications to the McGill Summer Academy are open till Thursday, February 7. This is a great opportunity to explore not just the McGill campus, but also the city of Montreal. Click here for more information. 


Canada Campus Visits – Tour Ontario

Tour Ontario provides campus visits - which are a great opportunity for students to visit prestigious colleges and universities as well as a range of many other recognized institutions in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. Click here for more information.

2019 Jeffrey AHN, JR. Fellowship

An annual award for young artists, aged 14-21, The Jeffrey AHN, JR. Fellowship provides creative capital to young people to foster a positive educational and creative process that empowers them to be working artists for a summer, and to experience the freedom and the responsibility that such trust entails. The easy Phase 1 application is due 15 December. For more information, click here.


Knowledge@Wharton High School

Registration for all regions of the 2018-2019 KWHS Investment Competition is now open and lasts through Sunday, September 9. It's an engaging learning opportunity and teamwork challenge for both high school educators and students -- sign up today! Click here for more information.


YLAC Counter Speech Fellowship

The YLAC Counter Speech Fellowship with Instagram engages creative and artistically inclined teenagers to use the power of visual storytelling to create change. Hinged on using arts for advocacy, the fellowship is looking for 30 exceptional teenagers in Bengaluru and Mumbai to start meaningful conversations on themes important to them. Click here to find out more!


The Next Genius Scholarship Program

The Next Genius Foundation, a charitable trust, is the largest undergraduate study abroad scholarship fund in India. In 2018-19, they are looking to award scholarships to over 100 students and applications for this year's scholarship program are now open! Visit the link to find out more!

Aiglon College

Aiglon College’s Junior Bursary Programme

Aiglon College, in Switzerland, has recently announced a new needs-assessed bursary programme eligible for students intending to enroll into Junior School (Years 5-8). This programme encourages young boarding school students to gain a taste of the unique alpine school! For more information, click here.


SAT and ACT accommodations for students with Learning Disabilities

The IECA recently updated their guide on SAT and ACT accommodations for students with Learning Disabilities. For more information, click here.

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