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Last updated on Tuesday, February 27, 2018.

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Our Guidance Staff:

 To contact us by phone: (905) 648 – 4468

Students may make an appointment with their counsellor by visiting the the Student Services Office before school, during lunch, during their spare (senior students) or after school.

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GRADUATION Information

Course Information

University Applications  

  • Continue to monitor your OUAC Application, your university portals, your emails

College Applications

  • Continue to monitor your Ontariocolleges Application, your college accounts, your emails

U.S. College Expo  Saturday May 28, 2018 – at Roy Thomson Hall.  Get information about U.S. colleges and universities.  Register online for this event.

Managing Anxiety – Here is a resource from Anxiety BC that may help manage those stressful moments – Calm Breathing

Supporting your teenParent – Teen Tool Kit – This resource contains strategies and information for parents to support and encourage their teens through life’s challenging situations.

Night School Information – check the CCE – Red Hill Learning Centre for courses offered through Night School.

Summer School Information – check the CCE – Red Hill Learning Centre for Summer School options – including Day School, eLearning, and Summer Co-op courses – NOTE: the ILC (Independent Study Summer Program) will NOT be offered for July 2018.  Students entering grade 9 in September are eligible to register for “Reach Ahead” credit courses only – forms available from your elementary school.

Do you need help with your academics?

Peer TutoringTutor Request Form (also available in Student Services)  Please bring your completed Peer Tutor Request form to Student Services.

  • Students who want to become a peer tutor can pick up a Peer Tutor Volunteer form in Student Services.

Community Tutors2016 Tutor List please contact individual tutors for information on their experience, availability, and rates for service.

Resources are  available for students who need help with their studies:

Looking for study tips??

Our Study Skills Brochure can provide some helpful tips on how to study and prepare for tests.
also has a number of tips from colleges and universities to help students maximize their study potential.

Our Exam Preparation Resources can also help students.


Parents requiring information on transportation for their child can check out the Transportation Department webpage, or contact Hamilton-Wentworth Student Transportation Services at:  905 – 523 – 2318  or  1 – 800 – 691 – 6402