April 8, 2018

East Coast University Tour

ACE Students Tour Top Universities on the East Coast Over Spring Break, a group of students from ACE Education, as well as ACE Principal Mike Mityok and Marketing Director Vicky Zhao, visited 11 schools, and attended all their official information sessions and tours (except for Columbia, due to a huge storm). But this is just what all our competitors do. What makes our tour different is that we also arranged for a current sophomore at each school to speak to our students and answer any questions they had. Please feel free to come to our tour seminar to listen to what […]
April 4, 2018

Blockchain: Why you and your kids need to know it

What are Blockchain technologies and how do they affect us? First, understand that blockchain technologies are the scaffolding of all cryptocurrencies; to understand cryptocurrencies, you must first understand how blockchains are built and how they function. Second, despite the negative stories in the mainstream media about how cryptocurrencies and their blockchains are about to destroy the world (or at least its economies), they are rapidly being developed by the big tech companies and investment banks like Microsoft and JP Morgan for uses specific to their industry niches. Why should you care? Because the big money obviously knows something you do […]
March 29, 2018

Why He Kayaked Across the Atlantic at 70 [For the Third Time]

Alone at Sea By Elizabeth Weil March 22nd 2018 When Aleksander Doba kayaked into the port in Le Conquet, France, on Sept. 3, 2017, he had just completed his third — and by far most dangerous — solo trans-Atlantic kayak trip. He was a few days shy of his 71st birthday. He was unaccustomed to wearing pants. He’d been at sea 110 days, alone, having last touched land that May at New Jersey’s Barnegat Bay. The trip could have easily ended five days earlier, when Doba was just a few hundred feet off the British coast. But he had promised himself, […]
March 27, 2018

The Big Six banks will fleece you – if you let them

Article by Rob Carrick Posted in the Globe and Mail  March 20th, 2018 A federal agency has stripped away any remaining pretense that banks are trustworthy providers of advice, assistance, guidance, help or anything else along those lines. The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada said in a report issued Tuesday that the corporate culture at the Big Six banks is sharply focused on selling products and services, and that there are insufficient controls in place to protect clients from aggressive sales practices. The FCAC has some ideas on improving consumer protection for bank customers, all of which sound worthwhile. But there’s […]
March 8, 2018

Students Go Adventuring: East Coast University Tour!

  During Spring Break, Ace Education will take students on a trip to the East Coast, where they’ll be able to visit 10-12 of the best universities in the United States. This year, 9 students are off to visit the top 11 universities on the Eastern coast of the US. They’ll meet current students attending the schools and have the opportunity to ask questions, getting real answers from real students about life and studies at each school. Students will also be able to visit popular tourist attractions and gain experience traveling with peers. Costs of the tour include: flights and […]
March 8, 2018

University Tours: One trip could change your child’s future!

University Tours Available for Spring and Summer Break! Twice a year we send students to take a tour of America’s top universities on the East and West Coast. Led by Ace Education Group’s Principal and University Admissions Advisor, Michael Mityok, the students will be professionally guided on a journey of learning first-hand what these universities have to offer. Not only will the students have the opportunity to experience life on campus, but they will also experience the sights and sounds of these famous American cities, as well as visit popular American tourist destinations.  These tours are fundamental in giving your […]
March 7, 2018

What’s New for ACE!

Here at ACE, we’ve been working on updating, and even overhauling, our website. Our new site, available March 12th 2018, will be more user-friendly — and have everything you need to know about ACE: who we are, what we do, and how we can help you! We’ve also been working to better organize our registration, so that parents and students can register for classes online, as well as in person; we’ve joined forces with Active Management, a software firm that specializes in program enrollment, to make a smooth transition. Term 2 is coming to an end; students should be expecting Report […]