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Choosing one’s path in life—whether it involves higher education, participating in an apprenticeship or directly entering the workforce—requires time and planning. Keep reading to learn the requirements to graduate from high school, and how to fulfil these requirements in either daytime or evening classes.

Makingmyway.ca offers online resources and tools to help students make informed decisions and explore their options after high school, including:

  • Videos of Peel graduates
  • Flash movies
  • Jobs of the future
  • Tips for parents
  • Careers with links to training
  • Links to online resources

​​​​​​Student Services Department

 

 

Homework Club

Homeworkclub Flyer

 

Counseling Staff and Alpha

 

Each counselor is responsible for a group of students. A student's counselor is determined by the first letter of the student's last name:

 

M. Martisek -Ext. 427  A - DR
F. Downey -  Ext. 407  DS - LEF (Dept Head)
S. Woehrlé - Ext. 411  LEG - SAI
B. Morgan -  Ext. 409  SAJ - Z


 

 

Guidance Secretary


T. Kassam​​ - Ex 408

Counselors are available in the morning before classes, on the student lunch periods and after school. Students are required to book an appointment with their guidance counsellor at least one day in advance. If a parent wishes to see a counselor, they should book an appointment if possible. Appointments are required to register a child for school.


 

Grade 8 to 9 Transition

 

Leading Arrows are a group of Fletcher's Meadow students that have been trained to help students with their transition from Grade 8 to 9. They visit the feeder schools, offer tours and visits to our school, and work with Grade 9 students once they are here! See Mrs Woehrlé for details!

Student photo
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