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Graduating From BrightMinds Online School

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 who lives with his family in Austrailia. Abraham finished his studies online and earned his OSSD this

Tips for Ontario Homeschooling Parents

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 are homeschooling and attending independent and/or private schools. When it comes to homeschooling in the

Do your Homework Before Applying to University or College!

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 be very rewarding in the long run. To help with that, we compiled the Three

How to Help Your Child Find Their Passion

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 up” until they’re well into high school (or beyond), but there are ways that parents

Health and Physical Education Booklet

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, the reaction was mixed. Some were happy while some were disappointed. Those satisfied with the

Literacy is More than a Graduation Requirement

According to the Conference Board of Canada, communication, information management, use of numbers and problem-solving are among the top employability skills in our country. Whether you plan to continue your education at a post-secondary institution or wish to enter the job market right after your high school graduation or are thinking of taking some time

Does High School Prepare You For College/University Life?

For the majority of Canadian families, continuing education beyond high school is a no-brainer. According to a 2016 census, more than half of Canadians aged 25 to 64 have a post-secondary degree. With a better career and income prospect in mind, each year thousands of high school graduates enter colleges and universities across the country,

Benefits of Online Summer School

 It is no surprise that most Ontario students do not wish to take or look forward to registering for summer courses. After 9 months of consecutive studies (most of which spent in cold and long Ontario winters), students and parents are equally excited about the prospect of spending a few weeks away from the busy