The Guidance Department’s Peer Tutoring program is a useful way to help improve student grades and encourage students to keep working hard. It assists students who are experiencing difficulties in a certain subject area or who have a language barrier by pairing them up with senior high school students who have had proven success in that subject area.
Students are reminded that application deadlines can approach quickly depending on the school or country of study chosen. Students and parents are encouraged to contact Mr. Link via email or telephone to set an appointment to meet, to ask questions regarding the application process, and/or to request transcripts. You do not want to miss any deadlines. Mr. Link can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the school’s telephone number 545-3871 extension 40, during regular school hours.
Mission of the Guidance Counsellor
Support and promote students’ well-being and continuous growth in three areas: personal (student) development, interpersonal development, career development in order to help them develop resilience and realize their potential as individuals and as valuable members of society.
Personal Well-being and Development
- Mental and emotional health
- Self-knowledge and esteem
- Sense of future Goal-setting
- Self-management skills
- Learning skills
Interpersonal Well-being and Development
- Sense of belonging
- Connection to school community
- Positive interaction with others
- Sense of social responsibility
Positive transitions from elementary to secondary school and from secondary school to a variety of post-secondary destinations, including work, apprenticeship, college, university.
- Career planning knowledge and skills
- Skills for finding and securing work/employment
Realizing the Mission
The Guidance Counsellor seeks to realize this mission through three different kinds of activities: Instruction, service, and system support activities.