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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

Elementary Course Suite Set to Launch at FLVS for the 2018–2019 School Year Virtual High School (VHS), Florida Virtual School (FLVS), and D2L have completed an 18-month course development project to write, design, and develop 36 elementary courses from Kindergarten to Grade 5. The project—which produced 34,903 pages of content—is one of the largest content … Read More

It is commonly referred to as summer school, but taking courses over the summer with Virtual High School (VHS) is no different from taking courses with us at any other time of year. VHS offers ongoing enrollment and self-paced courses, allowing students to decide when to enroll and how they complete their courses, whether that be during … Read More

Are you an Ontario secondary school student applying to an Ontario university and have not received an offer of admission? If so, check out the Admission Information Service! Education can take you in any number of different directions, so get in touch with OUAC for more learning opportunities. The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) provides the Admission Information … Read More

The Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) is typically written in Grade 10 by all students who are working toward achieving the Ontario Secondary School Diploma. The purpose of the OSSLT is to determine whether or not students have acquired the literacy (reading and writing) skills that they are expected to have learned by the … Read More

“Mental health is about more than mental illness. It’s more than being happy all the time. It’s about feeling good about who you are, having balance in your life, and managing life’s highs and lows. Everyone deserves to feel well, whatever their mental health experience. And we all need a support system to lean on.” – … Read More

We are happy to announce the launch of a new version of OLC4O, the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course. This course which consists of two units–reading and writing–prepares students for the workplace or post-secondary studies. In working in OLC4O, students develop competencies in language by acquiring skills that they will need in order to graduate. Students … Read More

Kiera Vere, a Geography/Concurrent Education student at Nipissing University, recently completed her alternative placement with Virtual High School. Kiera will be completing her degree in April, 2018 at which point she will be a certified teacher, and we are sure she will be a tremendous educator. Alternative placements introduce teacher candidates like Kiera to non-traditional teaching … Read More

Some of Our Tuition Fees Are Changing

On April 1, 2018, some of our tuition fees are changing: Grade 9 tuition is increasing from $449 to $479 per course. Grade 10 tuition is decreasing from $499 to $479 per course – Actually, it already has! Enroll at this lower rate today. Grade 11 tuition is increasing from $549 to $579. Grade 12 … Read More

Going Once! Going Twice! Bid on a Course

Bid on enrollment in a Virtual High School (VHS) or Virtual Elementary School (VHS) course!  We donated one enrollment to the Kinsmen and Kinette Clubs of Goderich and Clinton, Ontario for their annual auction to raise money for community projects. To provide some background, Kin Canada is a wonderful, Canada-wide organization with 500 clubs across the country. … Read More