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
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
On Wednesday, March 27, hundreds of Grade 10, 11 and 12 students in Ontario wrote the province’s Secondary School Literacy Test, more commonly known as the OSSLT.
What is OSSLT?
The OSSLT, scheduled by and administered through the Education Quality and
Do you suffer from anxiety, depression, or other mental health conditions? If you do, you are certainly not alone, and help is available. Although it isn’t discussed as openly and as frequently as often as it should be, mental health
With March Break and new beginnings in the air, now is a great time to take a break from the sedentary side of academics, get physically active and have fun. Indoors or out, high impact or low, it’s always a
The first year of college or university is full of unknowns. Nevertheless, there is no doubt that it will be one of the most exciting and worthwhile experiences of your life. If you are inching closer to the first year,
Math was always a weak subject for me as a student. It seemed no matter how hard I tried, I could not grasp the concepts and I certainly could not relate to them. I wondered, why did I need to
When it comes to college and university applications, it’s not always just about one’s grades. Depending on the program you are applying to, supplemental materials such as information about volunteer work and extracurricular activities you have been involved in, as