Student Services Quick Links

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WELCOME TO THE STUDENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT WEB PAGE!


What does the Student Services Department at G.S.H.A. do?

The mission of the Student Services Department at George S. Henry Academy is to assist students with their academic development and to promote and encourage personal/social development and career development by working collaboratively with students, teachers, parents, and the community.

Our programs and services are designed to help students with timetable issues, course selection, post-secondary planning, financial planning (e.g. Scholarships and OSAP), career exploration, social/emotional support,  and settlement issues.  If a student, or parent, has a question and are unsure where to find the answer, they should make Student Services their first stop.  If we do not know the answer, we can help connect you with the person who does know the answer.

Through the Student Services Office, students and parents can access the support of a variety of professionals including Guidance Counsellors, Settlement Workers (Arabic and Mandarin speaking), a Social Worker, and a School Psychologist.  If you would like more information about the services that are available, please ask to meet with a Guidance Counsellor.   

MYBLUEPRINT WEBSITE

myblueprint.ca (Course Selection, Post-Secondary Planning, Career Planning)
Login Instructions for Students

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Ontario Secondary School Diploma Requirements

VOLUNTEERING 

Community Hours Record Sheet
Volunteer Toronto Website
Volunteer.ca Website
Food Banks Canada Website
 

CONTINUING AND ONLINE EDUCATION 

Night School and Summer School
E-Learning Courses

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

List of Scholarships 
Scholarship Brochure
Preparing a Scholarship Package
Scholar Tree
Scholarships Canada Website
Post-Secondary is Possible Website
Canlearn Website

NOTE: For scholarships that require school sponsorship, you must submit your application package to the Student Services Office one week (7 business days) prior to the application deadline to be considered.

POST-SECONDARY RELATED WEBSITES

Ontario Colleges Application Website
Ontario Universities Application Website
OSAP Website
myblueprint.ca
ontariouniversitiesinfo.ca
TOEFL Test
IELTS Test

EMPLOYMENT WEBSITES

TDSB Employment Website
Employment News
HRDC Job Bank
Job Canada
Job Shark
Workopolis

FINANCIAL LITERACY

Financial Literacy Resources

YOUTH SERVICES AND SUPPORTS IN TORONTO

Youth Services Website

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The Transition Resource Guide was created by the Regional Assessment and Resource Centre.  The guide was created to help students that have disabilities access resources at colleges and universities and to ease the transition from secondary to post-secondary school.  

The Resources section of the guide provides general information about how students with disabilities are supported while attending a post-secondary institution.  The Colleges and Universities sections provide more specific information about Ontario colleges and universities, including contact names and required documents.

If you have a disability, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, a Learning Disability, etc., it is up to you to inform the college or university.  By law, George S. Henry Academy is not allowed to share any documents with the post-secondary institution you wish to attend.  What we can do is work with you to prepare a package (including your IEP, and IPRC information) that you can deliver to the post-secondary institution you choose to attend. You need to submit this information BEFORE you have to write any type of diagnostic or assessment test if you wish to receive accommodations.

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