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University Programs with Availability for September 2018
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- on June 6, 2018.
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
It’s important and sometimes difficult to decide which courses to take. The most important thing to do in selecting courses is to PLAN EARLY! Students and parents must begin making high school course decisions in grade 8 as students prepare for entry into grade 9. A decision that can significantly affect students’ paths throughout high … Read More
Meet William Murrill, a student who has been studying with Virtual High School (VHS) since 2010. He came to VHS to experience the extra flexibility he needed in his education, and has found great success in doing so. He has been achieving top marks in all of his courses and is now in the process … 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
It’s October, and most students are well into their new school year. For graduating students, it’s time to start thinking about life after high school. What career is right for you? Will you further your education in a post-secondary institution, begin an apprenticeship, take a year off school, or jump right into the workforce? These … Read More
Above photo by Chad Kirvan. Meet Gregory Lewis, a Virtual High School alumnus who completed several courses with us during his secondary school years when he consistently performed at the top of his class. He was the recipient of the Julie O’Rourke Scholarship in 2013 when he was beginning his undergraduate degree in Violin Performance. Gregory has since completed his undergraduate … Read More
It’s that time of year again! How are you preparing for the new school year? Here are some tips that will enhance your chances of success this year and in your future years. 1. Know your schedule and courses Start the year with an organized approach! Learn your schedule and where your classes are held … Read More
Virtual High School is thrilled to announce a brand new course offering: SNC4M, Science, a grade 12 university/college preparation course. This course enables students, including those pursuing post-secondary programs that do not focus solely on the sciences, to increase their understanding of science and issues in health-related fields. Students will explore nutritional science, pathogens and … Read More
Planning to attend university next year? Not sure which school is right for you? Be sure to check out the Ontario Universities’ Fair happening September 22-24, 2017 (10 AM to 5 PM daily) at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. This is the only event where you can see ALL Ontario universities in one place at one time, … Read More
University Programs with Availability for September 2017
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- on June 7, 2017.
If you were not accepted to the program you originally chose, you still have options for the fall! 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 Service (AIS) which is a listing of universities that have … Read More