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Catholic Central High School
Admissions & Registration
Guidance

For any inquiries or to register, please contact Mrs.Shannon Askew, Student Support Administrator, at 519-675-4431 ext.​#21040 or cchguidanceadmin@ldcsb.ca 

G​uidance​ and Career Education plays a central role by preparing students for a complex and changing world. The Guidance program has a specific focus on learner, interpersonal, and career development with the following goals:

  • teach career awareness early and throughout students' education;
  • ensure that students have the skills they need to set and achieve their learning goals now and in the future;
  • teach students the skills to make transitions throughout their lives, to work and/or further education and training;
  • prepare students to live in an increasingly diverse society by helping them develop the ability to interact positively and work effectively in a range of settings.​​

Students are assigned a counsellor based on the first letter of their last name as follows:

COUNSELLORALPHAEXTENSION

​Mrs. Rivas

​ALL ESL (A-Z)

​21334

​Mrs. Tyndall

​A - C

​21041

​Mr. Ziccarelli 

​D - Mc

​21042

​Mr. Hardy - Head of Guidance

​Me - Z 

​21043

List of courses -Course Guide and Calendar​ Career Crusing can be found on D2L

CATHOLIC CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL IS OPEN TO STUDENTS FROM - St. Jude (Lon), St. Martin, St. Mary's Choir, some students from St. Bernadette, St. Michael, St. Sebastian, Holy Rosary, All English as a Second Language student (except that reside in JPII boundary) and students that are enrolled and stay in the International Baccalaureate (IB) or Music Extension Program. We will be accepting registration packages until February 15, 2019 after this date our registration is closed.

College & University Visits- check out the list of Colleges and Universities that will be coming to CCH. Most visits are during second lunch, room information and list of visits can be found on the CCH main calendar.

  • Grade 12 students are encouraged to be researching all of their post-secondary options.  Use the links on the left  or below to assist you in your research.
  • Grade 11 students will be meeting with the Guidance Counsellors in the spring to learn more about researching post-secondary options.  

1) Ontario Universities' Fair (OUF): September 27-29, 2019
The OUF is the only event where you can see all 21 Ontario universities in 1 place! It's a once-a-year, free event where attendees can speak directly with university faculty and representatives. The OUF takes place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Admission is free.

Visit: www.ouf.ca
Follow us on Twitter: @OntarioUnis, #OUF2019
Like us on Facebook: OntarioUFair
Follow us on Instagram: @ontariounifair

2) University Information Program (UIP)
If you can't attend the OUF, you can still research Ontario's 21 universities at a UIP event in the fall. After the OUF, the UIP travels across Ontario offering fair-style events in most Ontario regions.

  • Northwestern Ontario Region: Week of September 30, 2019
  • Hamilton, Halton, Niagara and Brant regions: Week of September 30, 2019
  • Northeastern Ontario Region: Week of October 7, 2019
  • Muskoka and Grey Bruce regions: Week of October 7, 2019
  • Kitchener, Waterloo and Guelph regions: Week of October 15, 2019
  • Southeastern Ontario Region: Week of October 21, 2019
  • Ottawa Region: Week of October 27, 2019
  • Southwestern Ontario Region: Week of November 4, 2019

The complete UIP schedule will be available on the OUF website in summer 2019.

Note: This year, the UIP will also receive a new name and branding to be more consistent with the COU's updated branding as well as the Ontario university community. The University Information Program (UIP) will become the Ontario Universities' Regional Fairs (OURF). You will see fresh, updated branding and a new logo for the event, starting with a new website in spring 2019.

Guidance Resources​​ and Interesting Links:

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION 
​1. http://www.electronicinfo.ca/scholarships 
​2. http://www.ontariocolleges.ca/colleges/paying-for-college
​3. http://www.disabilityawards.ca/
​4. https://www.osca.ca/students/2013-11-07-18-12-28/scholarships-financial-aid.html 
​5. http://www.ontariocolleges.ca/colleges/contact-the-colleges
​6. http://www.ontariocolleges.ca/colleges/paying-for-college
http://www.elisabethsteelreurink.ca/scholarshipmain.html 
Award Scholarship Application    Scholar Booklet 2018
OSAP on YouTube
April 26, 2018 9:30 am OSAP Presentation by Kings KingsOSAP Presentation 2018 [Compatibility Mode].pdf 

Note that some scholarships you may apply for on your own, yet others need to be submitted by the Guidance Dept. For scholarships that need to be submitted by the Guidance Dept. respective candidates can submit the above form to the Guidance Centre. Students should be listening to announcements for more information.

Students are also encouraged to create an account with YCONIC  where they can receive information about scholarships across Ontario.


OTHER GUIDANCE SERVICES AND FORMS ​ ​
​ ​Exit Form
For students that plan on not returning for the next academic semester due to moving or graduation for example will need to complete an exit form and return it to the guidance office.
​ ​​Please email cchguidanceadmin@ldcsb.ca for a current form 
Students leaving a special program such as IB, Music Extension or ESL that do not live within the CCH boundaries are required to complete a Boundary Exemption (BEX) application if they wish to remain at CCH. Please note that students that are granted a BEX are NOT entitled to transportation and must find their own way to and from school each day.
Community Hours Form
Please remember that helping in our community does not include working for a business. If you are volunteering at a business, doing work that another person would be paid to do​​ this does not count as Community Involvement Hours towards your graduation. Please see the back of this form for Eligible Activities.

PLEASE SCAN FORMS TO
 cchguidanceadmin@ldcsb.ca SO THAT YOUR REQUEST MAY BE PROCESSED AHEAD OF YOUR ARRIVAL.

Former students who need an Ontario Transcript from their secondary school are to contact their former school directly. 

Parents may request a transcript for their son/daughter only if he/she is under the age of 18. Due to Privacy Laws, transcripts cannot be provided to third parties for students over the age of 18. Students over the age of 18, who need someone else to pick up their transcripts for them, must provide authorization directly to the school. Photo ID is required when picking up transcripts.

Transcripts will be provided in sealed envelopes. Transcripts cannot be faxed, emailed or forwarded directly to colleges, universities or other third parties.​

https://www.ldcsb.ca/Programs/transcripts/Pages/default.aspx

Mrs. Askew will be able to process your request. Some request may take up to 5 business days to complete. You will be notified when your request is ready for pick up. Transcript fees are $15. Please be clear regarding the reason for the transcript request for packaging purposes.

​ ​ ​***Please note that if you require your transcripts to be mailed out, you must supply a self-addressed, postage paid envelope to the guidance office with your request. We do not send transcripts direct​ to Universities. Please contact the guidance office for more information regarding this.    
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