Regardless of your age whether you go to day camp locally or overnight camp in another city or country, you will learn lessons, develop friendships and make memories that will last a lifetime. Summer camp can offer new experiences and
The largest and arguably one of the most trusted news broadcasters in Canada, CBC News (including its online website) is a popular destination for information about books and reading in general. CBC News produces television, radio and podcast shows that
Now that summer is upon us, you might be thinking about fun and interesting ways to spend your free time. Have you considered learning a new language or strengthening a second language, like French, that you’ve been studying during the school
In a short few weeks, the school year will come to a close and you might be thinking about getting a summer job or a part-time job to continue through the year. As a high school student or recent graduate,
Have you been wondering whether you should enroll in a co-op program in high school to explore what your future career should be? With an endless list of benefits related to academic and “real world” skill development, a co-op program
With spring in the air, you might have started planning out your summer months and looking forward to possibly working a job, volunteering, relaxing on the beach or vacationing with your family. Outside these options, have you given any thought
What is a “Reach Ahead” Credit?
The Ontario Schools (2016) states in section 220.127.116.11 that:
“Under exceptional circumstances, an individual student in Grade 8, with parental consent, may be given permission by the principal of a secondary school to “reach
We are often asked by parents what are the advantages of our online elementary school. Here are some of the highlights of our program.
The Ontario Elementry Curriculum
All of our courses (Grade 6 to
The provincial government recently announced its plans to increase the average class size for grades 9 to 12. Their plan is to increase class sizes to 28, up from the current average of 22. That’s an increase of more than
The Ontario government recently announced a ban on cellphone use in the classroom for non-educational purposes. The new regulation goes into effect at the start of the new school year. According to the provincial government, students will no longer be