Category: Guidance

Commencement is Friday, November 1st, 2019.

SCHOOL DAY IS NOW OPEN TO PURCHASE YOUR COMMENCEMENT PACKAGE!

The commencement ceremony will take place on Friday, November 1st at Bengemans Marshall Hall.  Register and pay for the Commencement package using our online payment tool  SCHOOL DAY.

Commencement tickets will be available for pick up at the Commencement ceremony, there will be a table set up at the door to distribute tickets.

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Mental Health Resource List

This page contains links that may be helpful to students/parents/guardians who are interested in learning more about mental health and wellness, as well as how to access support and services. The resources primarily provide information on specific topics in mental health and well-being with some providing further links to community resources. Resources in Waterloo Region […]

Mental Health & Well-Being

What does mental health and well-being have to do with school? Good mental health is vital to our well-being. It provides us with a positive world view, helps us to deal with life’s challenges, and supports healthy relationships with our friends, families and communities. Mental health helps us to reach our potential. Who can I […]

2019 – 2020 Course Descriptions

  Click on the links below to  access course information within each subject area.  Students are responsible to ensure they have the prerequisite course (if required). The Arts The Integrated Arts Program – Courses Business English English as a Second Language – Language Courses English as a Second Language – Elective Courses Geography and Native […]

Ordering Transcripts

The Ontario Student Transcript (OST) is the official record of a student’s academic achievement in Ontario at the secondary school level. Transcripts are required for application to post-secondary institutions and may be required for many other reasons such as employment. They are available from the last public secondary school you attended. If the last public […]

Community Service/Volunteer Involvement

Ontario high school students are required to complete 40 hours of community service as one of their graduation requirements. Listen for announcements and check out the volunteer board in Guidance for opportunities. Community Involvement Activity Tracking Records can be printed from the link below.  Keeping a record of hours is beneficial, especially if a student […]