Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year ahead. We look forward to working with all of you. For detailed contact information, please see the Staff and Departments section of our website.

Guidance Appointments

If you would like to book an appointment to speak with a guidance counsellor, please fill out the following form:

Guidance Appointment Booking Form 

Finding your BCI Guidance Counsellors

There have been changes to the Guidance staff for quad 3.  

Ms. MacDonell, and Mr. McNaughton are teaching courses this quad, but if you have built a strong connection with them, they will continue to support you or connect you with the current guidance counselors.

Ms. Meherali is on leave for quads 3 and 4.

Current Guidance Counsellors

Last Names A - L      Mr. Stam

Last Names M - Z     Mr. Lee

Mr. Stam and Mr. Lee can be found across from room 103

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Volunteer Hours




New Grade 9 students in September 2021 are able to work towards their 40 community hours this summer and bring in their forms or letters in September. Please remember to volunteer with a non-profit organization!

Students who complete more than 25 community service hours with one organization should ask for a reference letter. This will help you to build portfolios in careers class or when looking for employment in the future. The letter should be on letterhead from the organization, and include the following:

  • The number of hours
  • The dates or time span the hours were earned within
  • If possible, a description of the tasks or duties completed
  • If possible, a description of the skills learned with this position
  • If possible, any commendations of outstanding works
  • Contact information

If you have any questions or the organization is unable to write a letter, then please get in touch.


You can look for community hour opportunities, including virtual opportunities at volunteertoronto.ca

Due to community restrictions related to COVID.  2020 - 2021 Graduates are required to have only 20 hours of community service. 

Common University Data Ontario

Common University Data Ontario(CUDO) is a central source of comprehensive and detailed information about each of our universities. CUDO allow students, parents and the public have ready access to information about each university. CUDO offers key data about Ontario’s universities such as:

  • Number of degrees awarded, student enrolment numbers and entering averages – all by program
  • Number of students living on campus and activities offered
  • Student satisfaction
  • First-year tuition and ancillary fees by program
  • Number of teaching faculty
  • Undergraduate class size, by year level
  • Research awards granted
  • Graduation rates and employment rates by program