Real testimonials

Made in Canada experiences and stories

Parents open up about their children's Canadian experience

Parents tell us about their fears, feelings and motivations regarding their children's school experience in Canada.

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Face your fears

"The fear exists, is there, and overcome it together is also part of this great experience."

2

Know how to choose

A difficult decision that must be made with all the possible information at your disposal. Having Red Leaf's experience is synonymous with trust, transparency and know-how.

3

Share the experience

"The Academic Course is lived as a family. Each of its members will live it in a different and unique way. A life experience for all".

4

Canadian education

"A world-class educational system, innovative, individualized, demanding and focused on preparing the future citizens of the world."

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Customization

Every student is different. Meeting your needs and expectations is essential for a successful experience. Thanks to the more than 700 Schools distributed in more than 75 School Districts, with Red leaf you have the security of getting it right.

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Involvement of the entire family

"We are very aware that it is not only our daughter who goes to Canada. In the distance we are also going with her and live together the experience. In fact, we all change and grow with it."

Student and family testimonials

White Pine is rooted in a philosophy of love and inclusion. The staff return year after year and genuinely want to make a difference in kidsu2019 lives. I envy my kids and their summers at White Pine. Their experiences have already made them better people.

Jason Kimelman Camper father

My daughter attended for the competitive swim program. She had a great time and will be going back. Thank you for providing this opportunity for her.

Shannon Thew Camper Mother

Every summer we send our children to Wahanowin, we know they are getting the experience of a lifetime. They get to go to a truly unique camp filled with joy and passion and spirit.

Jordan and Deborah Kerbel Camper parent