Counselling and Career Center
​​students.pngThe Counselling Department is comprised of two areas, counselling and career, to help serve the specific needs of students.

Counselling Centre:

The aim of the Counselling Centre is to provide service and support to students and parents in the following areas:
  • Student Registration
  • Course Planning & Advising
  • Graduation Requirements
  • Post-Secondary Advisement/Applications
  • Scholarships & Bursaries
  • Distance Education Courses
  • Personal Counselling
  • Liaison & Referrals with Community Agencies
  • Course Selection Walkthrough Videos 


  • Mrs. Norberta Heinrichs - Grades 8 & 9
  • Mr. Konrad Langenmaier - Grade 10-12 M-Z
  • Mrs. Shannon Confortin - Grades 10-12  A-L
  • Mrs. Carrie Philip - International 

Career Centre:

The aim of the career center is to provide the following services to students:
  • Access to current information on careers and labor market trends
  • Course planning and advising
  • Transition planning-meeting requirements for post-secondary programs and preparation for the world of work
  • Post-secondary liaison service – information on colleges and universities and assistance in selection of programs
  • Psychometric testing to assist students with career options
  • Work experience placement
  • Coordination of all career preparation programs
  • Apprenticeship program coordination
  • Implementation and tracking of all graduation transition students requirements
The career center is available to students on a drop-in basis. Parents are encouraged to access this facility as well.  You may also visit:

Career Counsellors

Career Counsellor: Mr. Greg Muirhead ext. 12804
Career Assistant: Ms. Donna Gibson ext. 70010

Interim Transcript of Grades

Current students can request copies of their Interim Transcript of Grades from the Counselling Office Secretary. These Interim Transcript of Grades contain all completed courses at the Grade 10, 11 and 12 level which lead towards graduation requirements. They also include all courses which are scheduled for the current year. Failures and withdrawals are not included. Please note it is the responsibility of the student, not the school, to ensure the Interim Transcript of Grades is received by the postsecondary institution. It is not the practice of the school to mail, fax, or email the Interim Transcript of Grades unless there are extenuating circumstances. In no instances will the school email an Interim Transcript of Grades to a student. Students are encouraged to participate in the Electronic Post Secondary Institutions Selections process available through the Ministry of Education during their Grade 12 year. This will facilitate their marks submissions to the post-secondary institutions.