Programs for high school students

Our programs are targeted at increasing the knowledge of high school students in different educational programs and careers, so they can better plan their post-secondary studies and gain confidence in applying to post-secondary institutions. We currently work with underrepresented students in Montreal and Toronto high schools.

Explore our programs see what keeps us busy in the summer!

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Homework Zone

The Homework Zone program is designed to provide elementary and high-school students with after-school homework help through one-on-one mentoring activities and group workshops.

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The Tutoring Program

Branches' Tutoring Program aims to pair high school or CEGEP students with McGill student tutors who aim to offer them academic and mentorship support in either Math, Science, French, Writing, English or History, on weekly tutoring sessions.

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Explore McGill

Explore McGill is an opportunity to introduce Quebec high school students in grades 9, 10, 11 and CEGEP to university life and learning. This fun and inspiring day includes hands-on workshops hosted at various McGill faculties by faculty members and students, as well as a lunch at our beautiful downtown campus.

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Pick Your Path

Pick Your Path’s mission is to cultivate and encourage young students’ interest in higher education through the opportunity to explore various areas of study, while being supported by students and staff at McGill.

PYP for Indigenous Youth

PYP for Black Youth

Graduating from high school?

McGill University is on land that long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst
Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. We acknowledge
and thank the diverse Indigenous people whose footsteps have marked this territory on which
peoples of the world now gather.
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