Career Counselling

Students are encouraged to meet academic goals, and importantly, to improve self-esteem, and develop social and life skills. Assisting children to achieve their full potential is important to all staff members, and we follow a team approach in working to accomplish this.

Individual counselling takes place where educational, social, and personal needs are addressed on a one-to-one basis. More serious concerns are referred to outside resources.

Small group counselling sessions focus on a needs-based approach pertinent to future career pathways.

Classroom guidance in Upper Secondary and Advanced stages covers topics such as personality types, university admissions, guest lectures, etc.

Student appraisals bring together counsellors, teachers, administrators, parents and occasionally outside specialists, to gather information about student abilities, interests and needs, in order that appropriate decisions can be made to create a feasible career plan.