Counselling/Student Services

Counselling supports and services address students' educational, personal, emotional, social and career needs. This is facilitated by the development of a continuum of supports and services, which include school teacher-counsellors, other school staff, and parents/guardians working together. The teacher-counsellor may also provide referrals to other community agencies and professionals.

SCHS Counselling and Wellness Plan 2023-24:  Select to view document 

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We are happy to offer the following services:  

  • Educational Counselling: high school diploma requirements, courses selection based on goals, interests and abilities 
  • Post-Secondary Counselling: admission requirements, cost of programs, scholarships and loans 
  • Career Counselling: work experience, RAP, job outlooks and requirements, interview  skills 
  • Personal Counselling: support with any concerns and, if necessary, referrals to outside agencies 

Please check the bulletin boards, daily announcements, Grad Classroom and newsletters for upcoming events and scholarship updates.

Students may drop into Student Services if they require immediate help, or they can make an appointment by emailing their school counsellor. Please remember that no matter what, we are here to listen!

If you are a student who is being bullied or at risk of hurting yourself or someone else...

Speak with your parents, principal, school counsellor and/or a teacher immediately.

Important Numbers:

  • Distress Line (Edmonton and area) 780-482-4357
  • Alberta Mental Health Help Line 1-877-303-2642
  • First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line 1-855-242-3310
  • Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868 or text: 686868
  • Children's Mental Health Crisis: 780-407-1000
  • Mental Health Intake Services: 825-402-6799

If you are in need of immediate information or help outside of school hours, please call 211 (The Support Network) for the assistance you might need.

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