The Student Services Department works to foster the total development of all students in conjunction with administration, staff, parents and community agencies. With the assistance of qualified counsellors, students will explore a broad range of work, learning and community-life options. Guidance Courses offered through Student Services will allow the students to acquire an understanding of the changing nature of work and of the challenges and opportunities that they may encounter in the modern economy. Counsellors will assist students in developing learning skills and strategies they can use in secondary and post-secondary education.
Our special education programs are totally integrated into all aspects of the school environment. The Resource Teacher works collaboratively with staff members to empower and encourage the entire school community to meet the individual needs of all students within the least restrictive environment.
Chaplaincy is one of the resources available to students of the Halton Roman Catholic schools. The Chaplain needs your input and support as he/she prepares and conducts school liturgies and other service projects that signify we are a Catholic Christian Community. Social justice issues such as homelessness, pro-life, and environmental causes are a few of the many projects that the chaplain oversees. The Chaplain is available for personal, confidential counselling and for spiritual guidance.
The Resource Centre serves the school community in both its curriculum-based and recreational reading needs. The library staff works to implement services and provide facilities that promote library use and foster learning among our students and staff. Students are encouraged to make use of the Resource Centre as they grow in becoming active, resourceful members of the information age.