A Unique High School Enrichment Program
Waterloo Unlimited is a unique enrichment opportunity for high school students in Grade 10, Grade 11, and Grade 12. Offered during the school year, Unlimited brings together curious, motivated, well-rounded teens from across the country.
Waterloo Unlimited is not quite like anything you've ever done before. It's not science camp or arts camp or music camp or math camp or leadership camp.
It's 'everything' camp.
It's about challenging you to make connections across topics and developing higher-order skills: communication, analysis, synthesis, initiative, curiosity, responsibility, leadership, teamwork and creativity.
It's about open-ended learning rather than memorizing an inventory of "right answers." It's about going home with the skills you need to become self-enriching and even sharing those skills with others.
It's about you, and your love of learning.
- Nov. 16–18, 2016
Expect an immersive, pre-university experience including an introduction to the art and science of reading academic papers, an opportunity to explore cutting-edge discoveries with professors from across the disciplines, and the chance to engage with student researchers. Through lectures, small group workshops, and skills sessions, you'll explore the commonalities and differences in research across disciplines leading to the integration of knowledge.
Application Deadline: Friday, October 7th, 2016
- Mar. 13–17, 2017
March 13 - 17, 2017 | 5-day program*
*dates may coincide with some school boards' March Break
From engineering and the environment to science fiction and virtual reality, we will spend a week exploring the theme of “Design” with a community of like-minded peers. Through professor-led lectures, small group workshops, and skills sessions, you'll explore the commonalities and differences in design across disciplines leading to the integration of knowledge.
- May 14–18, 2017
May 14 - 18, 2017 | 5- day program
We live in the midst of change: technological change, social change, political change, environmental change. How do we adapt, or not adapt... and what are the consequences?