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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

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

Virtual High School frequently supports arts and athletic events in and around Bayfield where the school is located. With our recent sponsorship of Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, put on by The Livery Theatre in Goderich, we wanted to provide a review of the production. We sent English Department Head, John Smallwood, for … Read More

New Course: ENG4U – English

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Course writers, developers, and teachers have been working over the past several months on a new version of the already popular ENG4U course. This course fulfills the grade 12 English requirement of students earning their OSSDs and is excellent preparation for virtually all disciplines that students might study at colleges and universities. Professors and leaders in … Read More

2017 has been another busy and exciting year at Virtual High School. As we gear up for 2018, we’d like to reflect on some of the big events of this year.  New Courses Virtual High School’s academic departments continued to work on updating and launching courses this year. In 2017, SNC4M launched and ENG2P, CHA3U, … Read More

Holiday Donation 2017

With the shopping season upon us, it can be easy to lose sight of the true meaning of the holidays. One aspect of the holidays that Virtual High School wants to focus on is giving. We want to help make the holiday season a joyful time for all families in our community by donating to the Huron County … Read More

Applications are now being accepted for the Terry Fox Humanitarian Award which is granted to individuals who are deemed to be compassionate and altruistic in their aim to better the lives of others. The successful candidate will have the ability to inspire and positively affect others while demonstrating fortitude in overcoming challenges. Candidates who have successfully … Read More