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Virtual High School or ILC?

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Jun 11, 2009
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Virtual High School or ILC?

Hey guys

I've been thinking of going back to college for a different program but I don't meet the admission requirements for Math. With work it would be difficult to attend adult school so I've been looking into online courses. I found out about Virtual High School (www.virtualhighschool.com) and wanted to here your opinions. How is it compared to ILC?

If anyone is curious I attended Seneca for Police Foundations a few years ago but that career path didn't pan out. I'd like apply for Computer Networking and Technical Support which requires M/U Grade 11 Math as a minimum and I have Grade 11 Workplace.
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Oct 30, 2008
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Don't know about virtual high school but took a course with ILC in math.

I enjoyed the course overall as the learning was easy enough to follow and directly related to the assignments given. Since most assignments are at your own pace, it's easy to do well enough. Last exam is in-person and should be worth 30%.

If you are motivated enough I don't see why you shouldn't do well taking an ILC course. Also $40 is quite cheap.
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Sep 29, 2008
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This isn't even close. ILC is easy and virtually free.
Newbie
Nov 23, 2018
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ILC is free. But you get what you pay for.
I didn't try VHS but I've done 2 courses with OVS (ontario virtual school) and got great marks and learned a lot. Their service is the best.

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