What extracurricular activities should Oakville High School students participate in while balancing their academic performance?


An exclusive public welfare offline lecture for Oakville High School students and parents is coming. What extracurricular activities should you participate in and balance your academic performance?

As a high school student, you

Confused about how to make a smooth transition to college?

How to improve your background to apply for your dream school? What major to choose?

What kind of extracurricular activities do you participate in?

Don’t worry, the offline lectures we have prepared will answer all your questions!


Offline lecture topics

In this offline lecture, we will delve into the topics that high school students and their parents are most concerned about:

• How to make a smooth transition from high school to freshman?

• How do high school students find the development and career direction that suits them?

• How do high school students find a major that suits them?

• What extracurricular activities and clubs are available to high school students?

• How many volunteer hours are needed for high school students to apply to top colleges?

• What business competitions can high school students participate in to increase their competitiveness?

• What do high school students need to prepare to avoid being eliminated in their freshman year?

• Is it necessary to participate in scientific research?




Offline lecture guests


The founder of Yingshi Education, graduated from the Rotman School of Business at the University of Toronto with a major in CPA . I studied under two senior professors at Stanford University, famous innovators in Silicon Valley, Bill Burnett and Dave Evans, Stanford University certified life design course instructors . Keynote speaker at Forbes International Education Forum. Former director of Alumni of Rotman School of Business and certified undergraduate tutor of Rotman School of Business of University of Toronto. The only interview for U of T’s Rotman Business School’s 2016-2018 Impact Report. In the past 9 years, he has personally planned and achieved success for more than 5,000 students, with a total of more than 30,000 offers and more than 5 million Canadian dollars in student scholarships. Help students enter the world's top universities and majors, and counterattack their dream schools with low scores. In 2019, he was named one of the 30 young elites under 30 years old by well-known Canadian media.


John founded the University of Toronto student club with his friends since his freshman year, and actively helped more than 1,000 high school students understand college life during his college years . Now, he founded Yingshi Education, which has helped 5,000 students complete career planning and life design so far . Committed to helping Canadian high school students from China plan and improve their personal background, and provide more students with learning and development opportunities. In order to give back to his alma mater, John established a special scholarship at the University of Toronto on behalf of British Lion Education in 2017 to support the study path of Chinese international students.


Students who have been planned in the Oakville area include students from Iroquois Ridge High School, Oakville Trafalgar High School, White Oaks Secondary School, Appleby College, Mentor College, Father John Redmond Catholic Secondary School, Bishop Allen Academy Catholic Secondary School, Michael Power - St. Joseph High School, King's Christian Collegiate and more.



Offline lecture student guests

Leo - a male idol with a boy band appearance who is 1.88 meters tall and has high IQ and high EQ . He has been studying in Canada for six years and is currently a freshman in Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto . Full stack engineer, good at using programming languages ​​such as C, C#, Python, JavaScript, html, open source frameworks such as React JS, React Native, Unity engine and cloud platforms such as AWS. Proficient in adjusting and optimizing large language models, and have in-depth understanding of machine learning frameworks and Prompt Engineering, including the use of tools such as LangChain for LLM software development. He has many mature practical project management experiences, founded and led the operation of a non-profit organization, and led the team to develop a variety of different types of cross-platform software and iterate multiple development cycles . From the second year of high school to now, he has led the team to develop a charity APP that serves high school students and launched it online. Please stay tuned~

Coco - a beautiful and talented woman currently studying in Grade 11 at Oakville Trafalgar HS . He has a wide range of interests and hobbies. He likes dancing and established his own dance club in school. As the president, he choreographed and personally taught the dances for the group members, and finally won the first place in the group in the competition. At the same time, Latin dance is also Coco's specialty, and she has achieved outstanding results in large-scale competitions in China and Canada many times. Such as winning several single championships in the 16/under 18 age group, several combined championships, runner-up in the Challenge Cup, etc. In terms of academics, I am aiming for a top business school and successfully passed the AP Micro and Macroeconomics exam in my 10th grade. At the end of last year, she also cooperated with students from British Lions and participated in the Wharton Business Competition , which improved Coco's organizational and leadership skills and gave Coco a deeper understanding of finance and investment knowledge.

Hudson - A caring, hard-working, top-notch student with excellent comprehensive abilities, he is currently studying in the 11th grade of Appleby College, a famous top private school in Canada. At school, I actively participate in various extracurricular activities and strive to broaden my horizons. Outside of academics, Hudson has shown a strong interest in extracurricular activities and social issues, especially the social issue of autism. Hudson is committed to increasing people's awareness and understanding of this field. During the summer when he entered Grade 11, he got a position as a summer paid intern at Gifted People Services (GPS), which was supported by official government funds. During this period, he helped autistic children design academic courses suitable for them, tutored them with homework, participated in activities, and interacted with the children. Research is now underway to help special groups apply for more fund support. He believes that through learning and participation, everyone can contribute something to society. We also look forward to continuing to participate in and promote more meaningful activities in the future!



Offline lecture schedule

Lecture time: January 27, 2024 (Saturday)

2:00-5:00 pm

Lecture location: 1670 North service road East, Oakville L6H 7G3


2:10-3:30 Lecture time

3:30-4:00 Q&A session

4:00-5:00 One-to-one 10-minute consultation session with John

Number of people: limited to 15 people


*The number of places is limited and the opportunity is rare. Students should hurry up and sign up!

(Students who are not present can watch the online live broadcast)

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