Our department offers confidential guidance and support in the areas of career, educational and emotional counselling to all Notre Dame students. Students should schedule an appointment with the secretary if they wish to speak with a counsellor.
|Dep’t Head||Mrs. A. Little-Velianou (H-N)|
|Counsellors||Mrs. G. Beltrano (A-G)
Mr. G. Montesi (O-Z)
|Secretary:||Ms. P. Davis|
|Phone:||(905) 335-1544 x1015|
NIGHT SCHOOL 2019-2020 APPLICATIONS
Night School courses for September 2019 are now available. See the list of course offerings.
SUMMER SCHOOL 2019 APPLICATIONS
Summer School 2019 registration is now OPEN. Courses for the summer of 2019 will be held at Corpus Christi, Holy Trinity, and Jean Vanier.
NEW THIS YEAR – If interested in taking a summer school course, students will need to register through myblueprint and bring a verification copy back to their guidance counsellor for approval. See instruction sheet and video tutorial for assistance with the registration process.
Once registered please note that your Microsoft Office 365 email will be the only email used for correspondance. firstname.lastname.(last 3 digits of OEN)@students.hcdsb.org Log-in Instructions for Office 365
CREDIT RESCUE PROGRAM: EVERY MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY (2:30 – 4:00)
START DATE: Monday May 6th, 2019
END DATE: Monday June 17th, 2019
LOCATION(S): Rooms 248/250
Spaces in this program are competitive and limited. Please confirm intention to participate by Friday, May 10, 2019. If you have any further questions please contact out Student Success teacher Ms. E. Sneyd or register by email at email@example.com or by phone (905) 335-1544 ex 1010.
LICENSED TO LEARN (L2L)
Licensed to Learn (L2L) is an Ontario-Based charitable organization dedicated to boosting student success through personalized peer tutoring. Programming is provided at no cost to families, and is proven to benefit youth by improving academic success among those being tutored. L2L fosters the development of leadership skills among Tutors, and thereby nurtures positive relationships that make up a vibrant and inclusive school community.
For more information on the L2L program, please click here
2019 US COLLEGE EXPO – Toronto (April 13th, 2019)
Meet with American Universities, NCAA, Common App, Admissions and Financing Experts and more! Learn about the admissions process, meet US college representatives, and explore your US college pathways! RSVP – uscollegeexpo.com, Date – Sat. April 13th 2019 (10AM – 2PM), Where – Roy Thomson Hall (60 Simcoe St. Toronto, ON)
Registrations for 2018/2019 school year
We welcome new registrations for fall 2018 from the Catholic, Public and Private school boards. Please contact Student Services for a registration and option sheet package.
Transcript Requests will be processed through Privacy, Records and Information Management Services (HCDSB). An online Ontario Student Transcript (OST) Request Form is available through the Board website. For questions or more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PLANNING SITES and INFORMATION
Educational Planner – Students are encouraged to visit www.myblueprint.ca to explore pathways and set educational goals…details
Grade 12’s – please visit the Grade 12 page for important links and announcements on graduation and post-secondary information.
Peer Tutors – Sr. students that have excellent grades and the time to tutor another ND student are needed in all subject areas, especially Math & Science. Earn community service hours! Visit the Guidance Office to sign up.
Support Resources – Visit the Medical Health & Safety page for a list of phone numbers and websites of support services for youth and families.
Do you need extra help in some of your classes? Help is right around the corner. Check out some of the options that Notre Dame has to offer.
Need extra help in some classes? Visit the Academics page for a list of resources available.
Homework Help in Math – FREE – Students in grades 9 and 10 visit Homework Help.