Guidance

Support for students is available throughout the day in many forms. Whether it is in the office, the Student Success Center or Resiliency Room, Ms. Glennie, Ms. Harbour, Ms. Hammond and Mr. Cunningham work with students based on student need. Our focus is on students’ remaining in class and supporting them in that class. Drop by to see your support person as needed - make sure you let your homeroom teacher know you are going.

How We Can Help

We support our students in the following areas:

  • high school diploma requirements
  • course registration
  • course sequencing
  • course pre-requisites
  • timetable issues
  • post-secondary questions
  • scholarship & bursary information

Our student services & Indigenous Support Team can also support students needing:

  • academic counseling support working through issues that impact learning and life 
  • emotional counseling
  • access to community supports
  • financial support
  • help resolving conflicts
  • an advocate at school 
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