Guidance

Booking an Appointment & Hours

Students are assigned an advisor as follows:

Ms. McGilvary (A - D) | email: aemcgilvary@cbe.ab.ca

Ms. Bajwa (E - Mi) | email: habajwa@cbe.ab.ca

Ms. Anderson (Mj - Z) | email: oanderson@cbe.ab.ca

Student Services Secretary, Mrs. Cassidy

Phone: 403-249-3131, ext. 1510 to book an appointment. Students are asked to come into Student Services to book an appointment to see their advisor. Signup sheets for appointments are in front of the secretary in Student Services. There will be some opportunity for drop in appointments.

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM

How We Can Help

  • Personal/Social Supports and Services - Short term supports on personal concerns which may be affecting their high school success.
  • Educational Advisement – working with students/families on understanding their educational goals and how to attain these goals.
    • Working with students/families to select courses which support their goals.
    • Meeting with students/ families as they transition into and out of our school.
    • Providing information on what is required to graduate as well as what courses may be needed for their post-secondary goals.
    • Providing individual support with a student experiencing learning difficulties
    • Financial support
    • Help resolving conflicts
  • Career Advisement - We work alongside students/families on providing information to explore career paths.
    • Collaborating with our career practitioner who is available to students in the Career Centre.
    • Providing information and contact information regarding post-secondary institutions
    • Exploring potential career pathways including occupations and educational training/resources
  • Referrals and Consulting – At times we consult and/or refer a student and their family to an outside agency. At times parents have asked about topics such as alternative course delivery, mental health issues, and communication with students.

Community Resources

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RT @ZooSchoolyyc: How do we teach the value and importance of our connection to all living things? Maybe by getting to know our local neighbours? This is a concept our Chris Akkermann students are just beginning to understand. Have you spotted this local winter bird? https://t.co/W2MjY26FrR

RT @kinggeorgecbe: Le défi du flocon de neige a commencé! Comment est-ce que tous les élèves dans chaque classe vont créer un flocon de neige qui est aussi grand que Mme Shafina ou Mme Renée, en utilisant seulement le papier, les ciseaux et la laine? @CBELanguages #WeAreCBE https://t.co/F6vE6jP5td

RT @KeelerSchool: Grade 6 students created pictograph rocks using symbols and colours to communicate their connections to the land. #WeAreCBE #Keeler https://t.co/z18gyFvOZS

Check out this story about the @twowheelview 10-week Earn-A-Bike program at Crescent Heights High School. Students receive a refurbished bicycle, helmet and basic tools to maintain their new ride. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/95bxTQ7gli

Enjoy a Flames game and help raise funds that support CBE students and schools. Purchase your tickets online: https://t.co/k5ycP5lWHa | $10 from every Flames ticket purchased goes to @EdMattersYYC Games: Jan. 6, Jan. 21 and Feb. 16. #WeAreCBE