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Student Services

To access the Student Services website for updated guidance-related information, please click here.

Student Services is dedicated to helping young people better understand their educational opportunities, to know and appreciate themselves, to relate effectively to others, and to explore career alternatives.
 
We strive to promote positive mental health and access to appropriate support for all of our students. Click below to access a range of resources to help yourself or a student who may be struggling with their mental health.
 
 
Please contact the guidance department by calling (613) 731-1191 and entering the appropriate extension below.

 Counseling Team

Name
Position
Email
Extension
 
Counsellor (Last Name)
Mr. Derek Eyamie   derek.eyamie@ocdsb.ca
302 A
Mr. Adrian Miller
adrian.miller@ocdsb.ca 324 B-G
Ms. Toula Makris Head of Student Services  toula.makris@ocdsb.ca
305 H-N
Ms. Kelly Carlson   kelly.carlson@ocdsb.ca 336 O-Z

 

Special Education Team

Name
Position
 
Email
Extension
 
Ms. Caroline McAteer Head of Special Education, Learning Support Teacher (Grades 9 & 11) caroline.mcateer@ocdsb.ca 331
Ms. Amanda Potts Learning Support Teacher (Grades 10 & 12) amanda.potts@ocdsb.ca 557
Ms. Susan Heisel Learning Support Teacher (Physical Support Unit) susan.heisel@ocdsb.ca 522

 


Educational/Career Opportunities

The function of the student services department at Canterbury High school is to counsel students on their course of study and to ensure that they have the best possible preparation for university, college or the world of work. Guidance counsellors will present related seminars throughout the year. Guidance personnel are also available for individual academic and career consultations. Please make an appointment at guidance with your counsellor should you wish to discuss any academic/career concerns or questions.


Individual Counselling

High school can be a new and exciting experience. However, there are times when everyone could use some support and help. Guidance counsellors provide students with personal counseling, as well as, referral service to the other professionals and agencies. Please make and appointment at guidance should you wish to discuss any personal concerns or issues.


Small Group Counseling

Canterbury High School will provide a limited number of small group counselling sessions. These group sessions will allow a small number of students to interact in a safe environment and discuss and learn about various subject areas. Possible small group sessions this year include anger management, healthy lifestyles and time management. Make an appointment in guidance if interested in participating.
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