More Canadian families are considering American universities for their children. Although Canada boasts fine programs for undergraduate studies, the wide range of American schools makes it possible to find a nearly perfect fit matching programs of study, with teaching methodology and student life.
Bryan Levy-Young has thirty years of professional experience working with families as a family counselor, educational consultant, and school director. The founder and director of The Study Day School, a school for gifted students with learning exceptionalities, Bryan has an uncanny ability to understand a student’s needs from an academic and from a social/emotional perspective. His own diverse professional experiences have fostered relationships with highly competitive academic schools, and have connected him to a variety of programs that are unique, creative and a little ‘outside the box’. Bryan dedicates his time and considerable resources to find a range of excellent and viable choices for families making the daunting task of navigating the university marketplace manageable. Armed with several superior options, families can do their due diligence in visiting schools to make the best decision. Bryan has students in such diverse schools as University of Miami, Wheaton University, Tulane University, Vanderbilt U. University of Vermont, NYU, North Eastern, North Western, Brandeis, George Washington University and Juilliard.