They say that nothing worthwhile comes easy. The same can be said about earning a high-school diploma or a university degree. If you ask someone at BrightMinds Online High School if an online high school is easy, the quick answer is
According to the Ministry of Education, all Ontario students are required to complete one credit in French as a Second Language.
Most students complete this compulsory requirement at Grade 9, the first year they enter high school. The 1999
With the rise in popularity of Online Private High Schools as an alternative way of earning credits and completing the high school diploma, many parents and students are asking what is the difference between the traditional homeschooling and the online
What do Paris, New York, Milan and London have in common? They are all considered the Fashion Capitals of the world and while Canada might not be considered a global fashion center yet, we are not short of talents who
Did you know that BrightMinds Online School is one of the only online schools in Ontario that offers Grade 12 Fashion Course: HNB4M? The World of Fashion gives you the opportunity to learn about this creative industry, from social and
Until the last century, young people did not choose an “occupation”. They simply followed in their parents’ footsteps and learned the knowledge and skills required for work in their childhood and early adolescent years. In the world of technology, this
According to Statistics Canada, “home schooling is an alternative method of learning that takes place outside the public or private school environment.” A recent study published by the Fraser Institute reveals interesting data about the current state of homeschooling in
In this short video, we discuss the advantages of Online Homeschooling as an alternative way to earn high school credits.
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Back when I was a student in high school, an overall average of 75% would guarantee entrance to almost any university program. Those days are long gone as the expectations keep rising and as post-secondary institutions demand high grades. According
For almost 10 years, math test scores and student performance in math has been steadily declining in this province. According to the National Post, only half of grade six Ontario students are reaching the expected provincial standards; and while the