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We are thrilled to announce that we’ve launched a new version of ALC1O/2O, Integrated Arts. The newly launched version features brand-new content presented in a fresh, new style. As we continue to launch and relaunch courses at VHS, they will all be updated with this new style. This course introduces students to a range of artistic … Read More

The Julie O’Rourke Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Julie by her parents following a three-year battle with cancer. The award is valued at $1000 and intended to offset expenses for a student pursuing post-secondary studies in the fine arts. Julie loved life and could make you love yours. She was a scholar and … Read More

Are you a student who is interested in a STEAM-related field? Are you an aspiring scientist, inventor, or designer? Do you want to create positive change in your community? Well, here is your chance to show what you can do—and win money toward your post-secondary education!   The STEAM Horizon Awards invite Canadian youth to promote … Read More

The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry’s Fish and Wildlife Services Branch are holding the 16th annual Kids’ Fish Art Contest. They are looking for artwork to include on the 2019 young angler’s license. The winning artwork will also advance to an international competition. Entries must include a one-page essay about the fish and how … Read More

Music and Identity

Whether you write it as the 6ix, the 6, or the Six, you probably know what we mean. The popularity of this nickname for Toronto has skyrocketed since it was coined by rapper Drake in the lead-up to his 2014 album, Views from the 6. The worldwide use of this nickname demonstrates the power that … Read More

“The largest and most recognized art & creative writing competition in Canada for Indigenous youth.” Indigenous Arts & Stories is a contest that invites Canadians of Indigenous ancestry (self-identified Status, Non-Status, Inuit, and Métis individuals) between the ages of 6 and 29 to submit art and writing pieces that explore Indigenous heritage, identity, and culture. Participants can … 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

Fish Art Contest

The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (Fish and Wildlife Services Branch) is holding an artwork contest. They are looking for artwork to include on the 2018 Young Angler’s Licence. Entries also must include a one page essay about the fish and how to protect it for future generations. This year’s fish species are the Muskellunge and … Read More