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Virtual High School is excited to announce that we now offer a bursary for international students! Our mission as a school is to empower students, and a key part of this mission is ensuring that our courses are accessible to students around the world from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds. The VHS International Student … Read More
Virtual High School’s sister company, Virtual Elementary School (VES), has officially launched revamped Grades 7 and 8 mathematics courses. This completes the brand-new Grades 1–8 mathematics suite. Here is what these new courses are designed to do: Build an Understanding of Fundamental Concepts Students develop a solid understanding of fundamental concepts through comprehensive teaching, engaging … 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
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
The Explore Program is put on by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada. The program offers young people the opportunity to travel, learn, practice the French language, and experience new cultures. There are programs for ages 13–15 as well as for ages 16+. 13–15 The program for youth aged 13–15 is available during the summer … Read More
Encounters With Canada is a unique opportunity for teens who wish to meet other young people from all over Canada during a week-long program in Ottawa, Ontario. The program offers students the opportunity to explore career options through experiential learning. To be eligible, students must be 14-17 years of age, enrolled in a Ministry-recognized school … Read More
Do you have a business idea? Apply for the Summer Company program offered by the Ontario government to receive mentoring and financial assistance to get your business started! You may eligible if you are currently a student, live in Ontario, are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, are between 15 and 29 years old, are … Read More
The Explore Program is put on by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada. The program offers young people the opportunity to travel, learn, practice the French language, and experience new cultures. This program can be taken in the spring or summer by people with any skill level in French. The program helps students further develop their French … Read More
Cambridge Immerse: Two-week educational experience in the U.K.
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- on November 13, 2017.
Cambridge Immerse is a two-week educational experience in the United Kingdom in which participants gain insight into a chosen discipline. The program offers several subject options, including architecture, biology, chemistry, computer science, creative writing, economics, engineering, English literature, global leadership, history, international relations, law, management, mathematics, medicine, philosophy, and physics. Tutors from Oxford and Cambridge University lead the tutorials and seminars. During the program, students … Read More
Waterloo Unlimited Enrichment 2016/17 Program Information
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- on September 27, 2016.
Waterloo Unlimited is a Canada-wide enrichment program designed for students who have exceptional potential. The program includes lectures, workshops, seminars, labs, and social time with University of Waterloo faculty and students. In making this valuable experience available, each year Waterloo Unlimited organizes a number of sessions for motivated, curious, well-rounded high school students from across Canada. … Read More