No matter what career path you want to take, you will eventually have to sit in front of a prospective employer and sell yourself as a model employee. Job interviews can be nerve-wracking, especially if it’s for a position
By definition, extracurricular activities are any activity that is in addition to your curriculum of study. While you might engage in a wide range of activities outside the classroom, they are not all considered extracurricular.
Extracurricular activities often demand a regular
As you approach the final year of high school, the question “what do you want to do after graduating?” starts to sound a little more serious. It is indeed intimidating to decide what your life will be like for the
I am not good at mathematics.
I don’t like the Science class.
I don’t know how to write an essay.
Can you relate to the above statements?
A BrightMinds, we have three main semesters:
Fall: September to December
Winter: December to March
Spring: March to June
followed by our shorter and more intense Summer semester.
The Winter semester ☃️ is our most popular semester
We are often asked by students and parents whether it is truly possible to complete high school credit courses online and earn the OSSD. So we have decided to have a quick chat with one of our recent graduates: Abraham
We are often asked what is the experience of a Grade 7 or a Grade 8 student is like at BrightMinds Online School. Here are some of the highlights of our program.
Do you love the school environment and being around other students and teachers? Does the thought of teaching children or grownups give you a thrill? If so, you may be destined for a career in education. If becoming a teacher
According to a 2017 report by the Fraser Institute, there has been a continuous rise in the number of students who choose alternative schooling in Ontario in the past decade or so. Alternative Education can take different forms; the more prominent ones
As the school year gradually comes into its full swing, many Grade 12 students find themselves busy making sure that they have the right selection of courses in their timetable. The majority of Ontario Colleges and Universities expect Grade 12 students