2013 Summer Program

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  • Term 1: July 2 – 29, 2013 (4 weeks)
  • Term 2: July 30 – August 28, 2013 (4 weeks)
  • Elpis Holiday: August  2 – 5, 2013

Elpis Academy

  • SuperSmart Summer Camp for grades. 3 – 6 (Mon – Fri, 9 am – 2:30 pm)
  • Academic Intensive Program for grades 6 – 8 (Mon – Fri, 9 am – 2:30 pm)
  • Academic Intensive Program for only grades 9 (Mon – Fri, 9 am – 2:30 pm)
  • Preview Courses for grades 6 – 12 (twice per week, 1.5 hrs per session)
    • English, Math, Science & French
  • Test. Prep Courses Intensive Writing Program for grades 6 – 12 (Level I – IV)
    • SAT I & II, AP,
    • Math/SNC Contests
  • French



Canadian Chemistry Contest

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Who Should Participate?

  • Parts A and B: Students ranking in the top 10% at high schools and cégeps (cégep students who have taken no more than two courses in chemistry are eligible)
  • Parts A and C (CCO selection exam): Students less than 20 years old at the time of the international competition who have not taken any chemistry course at the university level.

When Does it Take Place? 

  • Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Awards and Prizes top The top three students are selected in each of the following six regions to win the prizes listed below. As well, among the first place winners, one national winner is selected. •National

  •  Atlantic
  • Quebec
  • Ontario
  • Manitoba
  • Saskatchewan and Nunavut
  • Alberta and the Northwest Territories
  • British Columbia and the Yukon.

Prizes: National Winner — $350 additional (total of $800) First place regional winners — $450 Second place regional winners — $200 Third place regional winners — $100 Special Merit Award certificates and CIC lapel pins are also presented for outstanding papers in each region.

How It Works

  • The Canadian Chemistry Contest (CCC) is combined with the Canadian Chemistry Olympiad (CCO) Selection Exam. It consists of three parts: – Part A: 25 Multiple-choice questions. Duration: 60 minutes. – Part B: Four extended-response questions, two of which must be answered. Duration: 90 minutes. – Part C: Free-response problem-solving questions, designed to be more challenging. Duration: 90 minutes
  • All three sections of the combined CCC and COO may be written in either English or French. •Parts A and B constitute the Canadian Chemistry Contest, and are prepared by the National Examiner.
  • The CCO Olympiad Selection Exam consists of the same Part A together with Part C which is designed by the CCO •Those interested in both competitions may write Parts A, B and C within the total time of four hours.


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AP EXAMS are coming up in May.

Elpis Students scored Level 5 in AP Calculus AB/BC, Chemistry, Biology, Physics B/C, Statistics, Micro Economics, Computer Science and more …

Our professional and experienced teachers and materials can train you to get Level  5.

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Fryer, Galois and Hypatia Mathematics Contests

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Fryer, Galois and Hypatia Mathematics Contests

The Fryer, Galois and Hypatia Math Contests are an opportunity for students to write a full-solution contest. They are fun way to develop mathematical problem solving skills through a written mathematical activity.     


Students in Grade 9 or below are eligible to write the Fryer Contest. Students in Grade 10 or below are eligible to write the Galois Contest. Students in Grade 11 or below are eligible to write the Hypatia Contest.


Thursday, April 18, 2013


  • 4 questions; some answer only and some full solution
  • marks for full solution questions assigned for form and style of presentation
  • 75 minutes
  • 40 total marks
  • any calculator permitted
Elpis Global Education Mississauga & Oakville Learning Centre
2145 Dunwin Drive, Unit 6
Mississauga, ON, L5L 4L9