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Student Supports

What we can help you with

  • Career counselling: job search techniques, job requirements, job salary, job outlook
  • Educational counselling: orientation to high school, choosing courses appropriate to goals, interests and abilities
  • Post-secondary counselling: admission requirements for post-secondary institutions, cost of programs, scholarships, loans, assistance with registration
  • Personal counselling: help with any concerns or problems a student may have, and, if necessary, referrals to outside agencies

Resources

  • Interest and aptitude testing: students have the opportunity to use a career program called ALIS, which assists them in making career ​decisions.
  • Aptitude testing: Students may take the COPS Interest Inventory to help them match their interests and areas of strength.
  • Information sessions: upcoming post-secondary information sessions are held each year and posted by the Student Services bulletinboard.
  • Counselling centre: this is a drop-in information centre for use by students. Academic calendars of most post-secondary programs are available.
  • Referral services: our counsellors can refer students who need assistance. Some of these referrals may involve community agencies such as: Family School Liaison, Parents' Place, Social Services, local psychologists, WrapAround and The Collective.
The goal of the Student Services Department is to assist students to achieve their potential both educationally and emotionally. We have an open-door policy that encourages students to drop in at time of need.

Contact Us

Student Services

780.460.4405, ext 323
Amy Rhodey

Counsellors

Grade 10 and 12
Kelly Spence

Grade 11 and 12
Teresa Royea

Inclusive Education Coordinator
Nate Kerr
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