Virtual High School supports the integration and inclusion of persons with disabilities as outlined in the AODA, and is committed to full compliance with the regulations and standards established to help make Ontario barrier-free by 2025.
This includes removing barriers and improving accessibility for persons with disabilities in order to allow equal opportunity to access goods and services, information, employment, transportation, and built environments. VHS will provide integrated programs and services wherever possible, in a manner that respects dignity and independence for everyone.
For more information about the VHS Accessibility Policy and Plan, or to receive a copy, please contact:
Stephen Baker CEO and Principal Virtual High School