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Ethan Sommer is a 13 year old grade eight student from a small town called Dungannon, Ontario, that is fairly local to Virtual High School. He lives with his parents and sister as well as his cat, two dogs, and eleven chickens in an off-grid home that the family powers with solar and wind energy. … Read More

Virtual High School is pleased to announce the launch of an updated version of BTT1O/2O, Information and Communication Technology in Business. This course features brand-new content presented in a fresh, new style. As we continue to launch and relaunch courses at VHS, all courses will be updated with this new style. In this course, students … Read More

Virtual High School is pleased to announce the launch of an updated version of CGC1D, Issues in Canadian Geography. This course features brand-new content presented in a fresh, new style. As we continue to launch and relaunch courses at VHS, all courses will be updated with this new style. In our new version of CGC1D, … Read More

Educational programs provide great opportunities for students to gain experience and enrichment outside of school. At VHS, we encourage students to explore these opportunities and take advantage of the benefits they can have on their lives and education. Many program application deadlines for the spring and summer are quickly approaching, so we encourage all students … Read More

With competitive post-secondary admissions averages in Ontario, high school students are constantly under pressure to earn strong grades if they want to attend their preferred university or college program. This leads to many bricks-and-mortar high school students finding themselves a few percentage grades below what is required for post-secondary admission, and with few options to … Read More

Calling all entrepreneurial spirits: right this way to the Young Entrepreneurs, Make Your Pitch competition! Are you a high school student with a great business idea? The Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) and the Government of Ontario invite you to pitch your business idea in a two-minute video that will be voted on by experts and the … Read More

Canada-Wide Science Fair

Youth Science Canada plays a crucial role in nurturing an interest in science among youth. The organization includes thousands of volunteer educators, scientists, parents, and engineers who all work to broaden youth access to science. During March and April, young scientists will compete at local science fairs across the country. The top students at these regional competitions … Read More

Bursary Deadline Approaching

The John Smallwood Bursary makes VHS courses accessible to deserving students by offering the full tuition cost of one VHS course to a student who is economically disadvantaged. The bursary is awarded in January, March, May, July, September, and November of each year. Students must apply for the bursary by the 15th of the awarding month … Read More

We are thrilled to announce that Virtual High School’s sister school, Virtual Elementary School (VES), has launched three new innovative math courses for grades 1, 2, and 3! Math can be a difficult subject for young students, and without a proper understanding of the fundamentals, students may face future academic challenges. Our VES team has … Read More

The University of Waterloo has deadlines approaching for two exciting workshops directed at young women. Think About Math The Think About Math workshop exposes young women to opportunities in the field of mathematics. Female UWaterloo math graduates will meet with participants and answer questions. Sessions run by faculty members will explore a variety of real-world … Read More