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Maya Amestoy Lets Us In On Her JVHS Experience

Maya Amestoy, 19, is currently in her second year at Ryerson University, studying for her undergraduate degree in psychology. In 2016, she took JVHS’s Philosophy: Questions and Theories course. Maya took the time to discuss her experience with JVHS. Miriam: Why did you decide to take...

The Inside Scoop With JVHS’s Course Developer

Efi Palvanov, the course developer for JVHS, is a prolific author and thinker in a variety of subjects that range from science and history to Jewish studies. He took the time to give us some insight about JVHS, where it is going, and the courses...

Online High School Credit: Could it Be Your Solution?

There are lots of teens who are having a hard time keeping up with their regular classwork and are looking for alternative methods of earning academic credit. For most, that means exploring the possibility of studying online. But while earning online high school credit seems...

Some of the Biggest Misconceptions About Studying for Ontario Credit Online

Online education has been generating misconceptions from the moment the Electronic University Network offered its first course back in the mid-80s. Typically those misconceptions are spawned by a lack of information about gaining academic credit in this fashion. And even though millions the world over...

What to Look for in a Good Jewish Online School

More and more often in the 21st century, technology is continuing to shape the world we live in and change the way we do things. When it comes to education, this trend is in full swing, with the growing popularity of online schools. However, some...

What You Need to Be Prepared for When Studying for Ontario Credit Online

The idea of taking online high school courses through Jewish Virtual High School (JVHS) is an exciting prospect. One that, if you’re a student, may seem to represent the solution to everything you don’t like about traditional high school. If you’re the parent of a...