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This study adopts in-depth interviews as the data collecting method, aiming at drawing a comprehensive understanding of various after-school learning reinforce- ment applied by outstanding students and their learning experiences involved. The students ranked PR 99 on Basic Competence Test (BCtest) from YuanMan Junior High School (fictitious) are the study participants for exploring the after-school learning variety of outstanding students. The conclusions are listed as followed: First, restricted by BCTest, outstanding students strive their way to higher grades by expanding their classroom learning. Second, due to the time pressure from the day-by-day approaching BCtest, outstanding students try hard to make use of every exploitable minute for efficiently getting familiar with the test contents. Third, the fact that BCTest plays a crucial role in senior high school application has been well aware by students and parents. BCTest has been placed in such a vital position that students put tremendous efforts into practicing answering various testing questions. Fourth, peer competition and collaboration motivate outstanding students highly. Next, schools’ encouraging attitude and learning environment, teachers’ effective teaching and students’ determination jointly assist students to tackle the challenge of BCTest. Sixth, outstanding students from middle socio-financial background can be advanced through the influences of their parents who have engaged in parental supporting groups and build up a reading habit on a regular basis. Finally, derived from parents’ involvement in children’s education and quality time spent with their children, parents’ expectation can be perceived by their children. That helps their children’s academic performance. This study provides suggestions to schools, teachers, parents, students of junior high and further research based on the drawn conclusions.
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