|Graduating students of Quest scream goodbye to camera at our summer campus.|
Graduation is always a bittersweet moment for us teachers since it also means saying goodbye to our students.
We will us miss you very much and wish you return to Canada soon.
|Quest smile while bowling at RINX in Toronto|
Who doesn’t love a good ol’ game of laser tag?
|Quest students stylishly pose for a photo in New York City, USA.|
New York City is one of the most famous cities in the world, so visiting it is an amazing experience for Quest students.
This year, students spent one weekend touring the “Big Apple,” exploring one of the largest English speaking cities in the world.
|Quest students smiling in Times Square, New York City, USA|
Students got to explore the Brooklyn Bridge, shop in Downtown Manhattan, gaze from the Top of the Rock, and of course, be amazed by the lights in Times Square.
While the experience was unforgettable, many students admitted that they preferred Toronto over New York City.
Woohoo! Go Toronto 🙂
|Quest students smile before digging into their meals|
Eating out in Toronto is like travelling the world and every summer Quest students get to explore a world of tastes.
|Quest students from Russia (far left) and Mexico (two on the right) pose for a photo on Lake Ontario|
There’s no better way to experience the skyline of Toronto than by boat at night.
|Quest students sneak into the garden to snap a quick picture at Toronto’s High Park|
While it may be one of the largest recreational spaces in Toronto, High Park still seems like a hidden gem to most Torontonians.
So, every summer, it feels as if we are sharing a little secret with our students by showing them the beautiful park.
Situated in the West End of the city, High Park feels similar to New York City’s Central Park in that it allows residents a chance to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.
Home to countless animals, flowers, and trees (including the beautiful Japanese Cherry Blossom Trees), High Park is a place to take-in some nature, go for a peaceful hike, and connect with your friends. It’s a place free of technology and full of vibrancy.
Fun Fact: A pair of capybaras once escaped the zoo at High Park in 2016 and were hilariously spotted wandering around downtown Toronto. It took more than a month to find and safely return the mammals!
If you didn’t know, Toronto is home to one of the best universities in the world: the University of Toronto.
Built in 1827, this public university – commonly known as “U of T” – has a beautiful campus in downtown Toronto that we love to show off to students.
During our tours of the school, we love to chat to students about what life is like for a university student to hopefully inspire them all to continue onto higher education.
This summer, our class trip proved to be motivating since we had many, many students ask us, “How do I apply to be a student in Toronto? I must study here!!!”
We hope they one day get the chance to study where they desire and that they never stop learning!
|Quest students pose with their teacher, right, at Canada’s Wonderland in Toronto.|
Here at Quest, we love Canada’s Wonderland so much that we sometimes go twice!
The bus rides high above all other cars, offering students an unparalleled vista of the city’s streets.
The best part about Toronto is the diversity of its neighbourhoods, so we love to have students embrace each culture!