At Rideau High School, female students have signed on for a credit course/community project.
Called Streetcar 696, it involves restoring a 1917 City of Ottawa streetcar.
The Dual Credit Program allows students to take a college course (or two) in high school. The credits count towards both their Ontario Secondary School Diploma and college. Continue reading
What happens at home has a huge impact on how kids manage in the classroom. There are everyday things you can do, as parents, to make a positive difference. Continue reading
Live and learn? That’s what’s happens for the kids in this family. For them, homeschooling is part of a lifestyle geared to simplicity and creativity. Continue reading
Parenting expert Alyson Schafer offers us some valuable tips to help our kids — at all stages — ease into this new school year. Continue reading
Kids across town are getting set for final exams. Some get anxious about them. If your teen does, you can help relieve some of the apprehension. Continue reading
Good things are happening at Norman Johnston Alternate School. The school’s Salad Days at NJ program is teaching teens about nutrition and healthy eating. Continue reading
The OCDSB’s International Certificate Program is a high school option that provides learners with a global perspective as well as opportunities to expand their horizons. Continue reading
Some things you don’t necessarily learn in school. Character is one of them. Character is the internal compass that will influence your child’s choices and life direction in many ways. And it’s something you can teach at home. by Cathy … Continue reading