Stress can creep up on you at any time in the year, but the upcoming holidays can be especially trying. Final assignments, school assemblies and holiday performances, not to mention getting the perfect gift for that special someone, the lead up to the holidays can be a lot!
Looking back at the past five years, life has really taken its course.
A lot has changed since high school. Only a few things stayed consistent and that would include who I am, my values and ambition.
My interests shifted year after year and so I would be lying if I said high school was not a difficult time.
Deciding your future at 18 is NOT easy
There’s no denying it, Ontario university applications can be an overwhelming process. Filling out applications, selecting the right programs, and dealing with the uncertainty of an acceptance is a lot to deal with especially when you have to worry about your schoolwork at the same time. I’ve been there. I know how stressful it can be. Don’t worry, it can be done. If you’ve made it this far, you can go much further!
January 15th, 2020 is the deadline for Ontario high school students to submit their completed application to the OUAC. If OES is not your home school (day school) the final grade for any credit you earn here will be sent to OUAC. Please manage your course work to ensure you meet the above mentioned deadline.
Need to earn an Ontario high school credit this summer? We are here to help you reach your academic and personal goals. Many students enrol with us upgrade their marks, meet university or college admission requirements, retake failed courses, or work ahead for the following school year.
Summer is a busy time, that’s why you can register for OES courses anytime while studying anywhere at your own pace.
As you probably know, before you can graduate with your high school diploma (OSSD), one of the many requirements is that you can demonstrate competence in the provincial secondary school literacy requirement.
OLC4O is a grade 12 online open level course, offered exclusively to students who have been eligible to write the OSSLT at least twice and who have been unsuccessful at least once.
For most students in the Western Hemisphere, the month of September conjures up images of autumn leaves and a new school year. It’s a time of change and new adventures. So, the thought of starting a course in November might not just sound strange, but seem utterly wrong.
These days however, thanks to the Internet, you don’t have to start in September, or January, or any other month for that matter.
You can start ANY TIME!
Surprised that we’re saying that? After all, we’re a private online high school—don’t we want your business?!
Yes, of course we do!! But, only if it’s right for you.
Your success is what we’re all about here at Ontario eSecondary School (OES), so read on to learn more about online learning and, most importantly, to find out if it suits you and your learning goals.