While The Bridge offers highly experiential learning opportunities, it is essential for us that our students continue to stay engaged in academic endeavors, and accomplish important academic milestones so they open doors for the future.
Coming to The Bridge is a wonderful choice when considering boosting up a college application. We offer college counseling, support the students throughout the entire process, and the vast majority of the time get incredible results and a lot of scholarship offers.
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Transferable College Courses
Students interested in beginning or continuing with their college education can take university classes while at The Bridge. We are connected with two universities which offer dozens of courses taught in English, fully transferable to US universities.
High School Diploma
Young adults who need a few credits in order to complete their high school diploma can attend New Summit Academy to receive a high quality, Multiple Intelligences infused, Project Based Learning driven education. All completed credits are accredited by AdvancEd in the USA.
Students who have already completed high school and are not interested in college classes at the local universities, can also opt to continue their education with an independent study. At The Bridge, we have a full time teacher who helps students find suitable options that go well with their internships, interests and goals. Many times these courses can also transfer for college credit or provide certifications that greatly enhance their resume. Some examples of independent studies are:
Wilderness Advanced First Aid Certification Course
Once a year, The Bridge offers a five-day 40-hour certification course on Wilderness Advanced First Aid. This course is taught by instructors brought from the USA by the Wilderness Medicine Institute. This is a highly experiential, engaging and challenging course, which gives students confidence in first aid skills and looks great on job and college applications.
“In this program I have gained two important things: the skills to function as a healthy independent adult, and the opportunity to focus and complete all of my academics to lead me into college.”