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Virtual High School is excited to announce the launch of a new version of HHS4C, Families in Canada, Grade 12, College Preparation. This course focuses on understanding individual development from adolescence to adulthood, relationships in the family, the development of intimate relationships, and parenting and child rearing. The introductory unit focuses on the history, evolution, and … Read More

Meet Ms. Katherine Stevenson, a teacher in our Social Sciences and Humanities department. She currently teaches HSB4U, Challenge and Change in Society, as well as HFA4U, our new Nutrition and Health course! Ms. Stevenson has always been passionate about teaching. She first began teaching swimming at age 16 and has been teaching a variety of … Read More

Virtual High School is happy to announce the launch of a distinctive new course: HFA4U, Nutrition and Health, which is studied at the grade 12 university level. In HFA4U, students will examine the relationship among energy balance, food, and nutritional status; how nutritional needs differ throughout the various stages of life; and the role nutrition plays … Read More

In ‘Philosophy: Questions and Theories’ some of the most important issues of the history of philosophy are explored including the question of what exists in the world, the sources and limits of human knowledge, the notion of the good or ethical, the nature and justification of the state, the human condition and its relation to … Read More

‘Philosophy: The Big Questions’ as a course title is fairly self-explanatory, as it examines and provides insight into some of the most important philosophical questions a person can explore, including: What is human knowledge? What is a person? What are good and evil? What is a just society? and What is a meaningful life? among … Read More

VHS expands course offerings for Grade 12 students seeking to fulfill university entrance requirements. See Admission Guidelines and Programs of Study details concerning your particular university program. This HSB4M course examines the theories and methodologies used in anthropology, psychology, and sociology to investigate and explain shifts in knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviour and their impact … Read More