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STUDENT SERVICES

Provides both academic and personal counselling

  • Counselors:  Focus on concerns and questions related to school, as well as issues related to life at home, friends, alcohol and drugs, death, mental health, suicide, and pregnancy
  • Social Worker:  Assists students experiencing serious family problems and truancy
  • Community Health Nurse:  Available upon request
  • Career Practitioner: Career counselling and information services

 

Other Student Services:

  • Orientation to new students, especially in Grade 9
  • Assistance in planning for post-secondary education
  • Information on scholarships and bursaries, including eligibility, application forms and deadline for applications
  • Assistance with the Saskcareers computer career exploration program that helps students investigate career opportunities
  • Services provided in a classroom setting or individually

 

To contact Student Services Staff:

  • Drop by the Student Services Office from before class, between classes, at noon, after school until 4:00 p.m., or during unscheduled  time
  • Make an appointment if the staff member is not available immediately
  • ​Make immediate contact in time of crisis​



STUDENT S​ERVICES RESOURCES

POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS

SASKCAREERS

 

MENTAL HEALTH

  • If you have any concerns regarding mental health, please reach out to a school counsellor

            (306-659-7509) or healthcare professional. Here are some helpful links:


SCHOLARSHIP DOCUMENTS