Students with last name A-L
250-962-9271 XT: 1218
Students with last name M - Z
250-962-9271 XT: 1217
Students are assigned by surname to a counsellor who is responsible for both male and female students. However, students may go to any counsellor for discussion of personal concerns. Students wishing to see a counsellor may go directly to the counsellor’s office to book an appointment.
The Career Resource Centre is also our library of post-secondary information. We have current calendars for all BC post-secondary institutions and for most colleges and universities in the rest of Canada and the western United States. Students can also access post-secondary information directly over the Internet.
1. Help with program and course selection. 2. Help solving academic difficulties and problems and arranging for tutorial assistance. 3. Information about the school and its functioning (orientation) 4. Information on post-secondary training (universities, regional colleges, vocational schools, and apprenticeship programs) 5. Information on vocational and career planning. 6. Discussion of personal problems and help in making personal decisions (mental health, family planning, public health, social services) 7. Support in crisis situations and contact with community referral agencies (mental health, family planning, public health, social services). 8. Information on alternate programs (summer school, distance education, continuing education) 9. Information about Course Challenge and External Credit.
Note to Parents
Although we make every effort to keep parents informed and will call when situations arise which require attention, we also encourage parents to contact counsellors and teachers whenever they have concerns about a student’s progress. Please feel free to visit the school or call us at 962-9271.