Secondary School Counselling
In the Secondary School, counselling is seen as a collaborative process in which counsellor and students work together to define and follow through with a personal improvement plan. This work stems from the notion that healthy adjustment occurs when a person’s strengths and positive personal qualities are recognized as the basis for growth.
Student learning support services are focused on strengthening academic skills within the context of a student’s emotional, social, and cognitive development. Our students are encouraged to take control of their learning and grow in independence and self-advocacy. The level of support varies as a student matures and the curriculum demands change. Our approach is assessment driven.