PREPSKILLS® specializes in preparing students for admissions tests to private/independent schools and American universities. As Canada's premier SSAT and SAT preparation provider, we employ a number of different tools to make certain that each and every student is assured in their abilities in order to achieve optimum results.

PREPESSENTIALS™ is our unique, exclusive and comprehensive essential skills enrichment program designed to instill confidence, inspire creativity and develop the best and brightest among emergent young leaders. Shining beyond the boundaries of learning™ is the motif of PREPSKILLS® programming, and it is maximized through our PREPTHINK™, PREPWRITE™, PREPSPEAK™ and PREPLEADER™ courses.

So no matter what your specific goals, PREPSKILLS® works with parents and students alike to devise a course of action best suited to a child's individual circumstances. It is this unique tailored approach that has seen thousands of students achieve their immediate goals and go on to thrive in their academic careers.


US College Admissions 101

The US is the top study destination in the world for international college students. Despite formidable tuition fees for top schools, every year hundreds of thousands of foreign-born students apply to American colleges and universities. What’s the draw? Of course American learning institutions have highly qualified teaching staff, and degrees earned at accredited US education institutions are likely to be recognized worldwide, but the same can be said for Canadian post-secondary schools.



Gina (Liqiong Xin), Mother, University of Pennsylvania

"In 2013, my son Leo came to Canada and was in grade 8. Leo attended the Prepskills SSAT program and was admitted to grade 10 at St. Andrews' College in 2014. Upon graduation from SAC, he took PREPKILLS SAT PREP program and was admitted to the UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA where he is currently studying.

I am writing to thank you and your team at PREPSKILLS for all of your efforts in getting my son Leo prepared for admission to private school, and later for admission to a U.S. University"


Submitted by: Gina (Liqiong Xin), Mother
Accepted to: University of Pennsylvania