Student Information for Registration

Anyone. We accept local and international students on a part-time and full-time basis. You can use our Grade 7 and 8 program as a complementary source for your study or you can complete courses as the main program for completing the Ontario elementary education.
August to October. Registration for our Grade 7 and 8 programs begin on August 1 of each year and continues to the second week of October.
We offer three core courses (English, Science, and Mathematics) and three elective courses (Social Sciences which includes the Canadian History and Geography, Arts and French). The core courses begin early September, the Social Sciences, Arts and French begin in early October, early November and early December respectively. The courses run parallel to each other until early June.
Part-time students are those who enroll in a course of their choice such as mathematics, language, arts to complement their studies either as a homeschooling student or as a student who is already enrolled at the elementary level in a public or private school. Full-time students are those who will take their entire grade courses at BrightKids as they pursue their Ontario elementary education.
At BrightKids, all e-learning instructors are graduates of the Ontario College of Teachers. They are hired through an extensive interview process. At BrightKids, e-learning instructors receive continuous training and their performance is monitored by the school principal for quality assurance.

Parent Information

At BrightKids, we accept students from diverse academic backgrounds. If your child is currently being homeschooled or is taking courses at a public or private school, he/she can still take part-time courses at BrightKids to complement their studies. Students can also transition fully to BrightKids program from homeschooling, public and private schools.
For any reason and at any time, should you decide for your child to exit BrightKids program and transition to homeschooling, public or private school, appropriate documentation (upon availability) will be released to you.
No. In Ontario, at the elementary level, credits are not issued. Part-time and full-time students will be issued a midterm and final report card upon successful completion of the required activities.
Per request, an independent parent account will be created for you. This account will allow you to view the course content, connect with the e-learning instructor, view your child’s progress through grade book feature and stay involved with your child’s learning. In addition, we will send you bi-weekly reports of their attendance and academic progress via email.
No, BrightKids courses cover all the resources needed to successfully complete the program. You are not required to buy any additional resource.
Yes. Per request, we can give you a 3-day trial account allowing you to view the program before you commit to it.
Yes, at BrightKids, the e-learning portal is password protected. Only users with unique login information can enter the e-learning platform and access the course content. Additionally, the learning environment is free of advertising. The platform is continuously monitored by the academic and administrative staff. Any harmful material will be immediately removed and appropriate actions will be taken by the staff to follow up with the individual(s) involved. BrightKids has an anti-bullying policy in place to protect all users.
BrightKids does not issue a refund to students and parents. We will happily set up a free of charge trial account for students and parents to view the course content before committing to the program.

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