Guidance Office location - across from Room 103
Gina Cando (Senior Office Assistant): 416-395-3290 X 20040
Student Last Names
A-C Ms S. Tanrikulu (Assistant Curriculum Leader) X 20044
D-J Ms A. Dobbin VISA students (A-O) X 20045
K-O Mr C. Thomas (in for Mr. J. Johnston) X 20041
P-Sa Ms C. Allison (APGA, & Special Education students) X 20046
Sb-Z Ms D. Pavlic-Trias VISA students (P-Z) X 20043
University of Toronto summer program opportunity for Gr. 11's and 12's
The Student Services Centre is open to all students and parents from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM. Guidance Counsellors assist students with personal, social, educational and career planning concerns. They also conduct classroom visits and assembly workshops for students in all grades.
Every student at Northview Heights is assigned to a guidance counsellor with whom he/she can discuss personal issues. A social worker, psychologist and child and youth care worker are also available for consultation.
Students and parents can make appointments with specific counsellors.
Our programs and activities help students understand and reflect on their learning styles so that they develop the habits and skills necessary for lifelong learning. We teach students to take responsibility for their own behaviour and we promote self-discipline. Students learn positive ways of interacting with and caring for others through activities that promote non-aggressive problem resolution, social responsibility, and co-operation. We give students the necessary tools to make informed decisions to ensure the successful transition to post-secondary education, training or work.
Our services include:
- Academic, career and personal counselling.
- Information about adventure and study-abroad programs.
- Career education: Internet programs, guest speakers, excursions, conferences, interest surveys, workshops, classroom lessons, summer opportunity fair.
- Career planning and info regarding future trends in employment.
- Display and promotion of community programs and information about educational, volunteer and work opportunities.
- Assisting with financial planning for post-secondary education.
- Liaising with elementary schools, colleges & universities.
- Managing credit/diploma information.
- Monitoring the progress of at-risk students.
- Personal and group counselling.
- Gathering information and assisting students with the application process for post-secondary education.
- Referrals to social workers, psychologist, speech & language pathologist, settlement workers, child & youth worker, attendance counsellor, public health nurse, dietician and/or community agencies.
- Information about Scholarships, Awards, Bursaries and OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program) to help with post-secondary finances
- Student leadership programs.
- The teaching of study and time management skills.
- Welcoming and registering new students. including our Ambassador program.