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
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.
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
Ever wonder what should go in your university application package? The first place to look is your program’s information page. A comprehensive research on the qualities that are considered to be desirable by your program’s admissions committee can prove to
It’s every parent’s duty to nurture their children’s dreams, hopes, and ambitions. From an early age, parents are encouraged to show a vested interest in their child’s future. Children might not know what “they want to be when they grow
In the past few weeks, the conversation about the sex ed. curriculum reached its pick in this province. When the Education Minister, Lisa Thompson announced that this September, Ontario students will be taught the old sex-ed (Health and Physical Education) curriculum,
Remember the Keyboarding Class?
When I was a high school student, we had “Introduction to Keyboarding”. It was not uncommon for students to take this course during the summer before starting high school. The course was a full condensed semester, 6