Guidance and career education can help you find the right path for a successful experience in high school and beyond. Your school guidance counsellor coordinates and leads the program and is your first contact for help with:

Student Life and Development

  • School and program options
  • Course options and selection
  • Getting your diploma

Planning Life After High School

  • Career planning
  • Post-secondary education
  • Apprenticeships
  • Going to work

Support Services

  • Emotional and mental health support
  • Coping at school
  • Social skills and responsibility
  • Study skills

The TDSB’s Guidance and Career Education mandate is based on Creating Pathways to Success:  An Education and Career/Life Planning Program for Ontario Schools – Policy and Program Requirements, Kindergarten to Grade 12, 2013


Guidance Secretary

  • Ms. Zuzana Fox   416-396-4575 x 20040


Guidance Counsellors

  • Mr. Gagan Phambri - ACL

416-396-4575 x 20044  

Alpha Group: A to M      

  • Ms. Christine Gorenflo  

416-396-4575 x 20047  

Alpha Group: N to Z


Student Support Services

  • Ms. Marcia Beck        Social Worker
  • Ms. Kelly Green         Child and Youth Worker
  • Ms. Kari O'Grady  

ACL of Special Education

416-396-4575 x 20006  

  • Ms. Kari Peters

ACL of Student Success

416-396-4575 x 20046 


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