What is Guidance?

Guidance and Career Education Teachers provide support to students with general problem-solving, planning their path to graduation, transitioning onto post-secondary, and helping to guide students to mental health supports in the community.  Guidance and Career Education Teachers are responsible for educating students about the different pathway options in the OCDSB in order to help families make informed decisions for their child's education.

Where Can I Find You?

Guidance and Career Education Teachers are located in the school's Student Services Office (room N127) on the first floor of the North Building.

We provide:

  • Support with course selection and planning your path to graduation,
  • Support with planning for post-secondary studies,
  • Help locating mental health supports in the community,
  • Support answering general questions about school and problem-solving,
  • Support transitioning students into high school, and onto post-secondary,
  • All-around support for students who are at risk.

Meet With a Guidance Teacher

Students are assigned to Guidance Teachers alphabetically by their last names.  Students are welcome to come see their Guidance Teacher in the Student Services Office by either booking an individual appointment, dropping in either before/after school, or during the lunch hour, or by emailing their questions.

To book an appointment, please click your Guidance Teacher's name below to make an appointment.  Parents/guardians should contact staff directly to schedule a meeting.

A-L Book Now

Last Names

Ms. Linton

M-O Book Now

Last Names

Mr. Logue

Angela Linton
Guidance and Career Education Teacher (surnames A-L)
✉️ [email protected]  📞 x2009

Zachary Logue
Guidance and Career Education Teacher (surnames M-Z)
✉️  📞 x2011

Claudia Ortiz
Guidance Technician and Front Desk
✉️ [email protected]  📞 x2012
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