Fast track courses are geared toward students that need to complete a course in a short time frame. This can be for a university or college admissions deadline, to complete a prerequisite course or to suit a personal time constraint.
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 18.104.22.168 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
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
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