For any inquiries please contact the Student Support Administrator (Mrs. Lori Berry) at 519-675-4434 ext.​ 26040 or email  

community hours

Registration Information


 Students are assigned to a Guidance Counsellor by the first letter of their last name as follows: 



Alpha Surname


Phone Ext.

Mrs. Jennifer Boin

Department Head Guidance and Cooperative Education

A-F Grades 9 -12

Grade 7 & 8 Guidance Program​


Mrs. Ana Martins

G-L Grades 9 - 12


Mrs. Ella Michalski

M-Z Grades 9-12



Course Calendar:

The course calendar for St. Joseph's shows the courses being offered for the 2020 - 2021 school year. You can access the course calendar here.



The guidance counsellors are here and ready to help.  As we are trying to limit the number of students coming in and out of the office, we kindly ask that you complete a request form online in order to book an appointment with us.  


Reasons for a guidance appointment

  • academic planning
  • course change
  • mental health
  • coop
  • SHSM (specialist high skills major
  • Other 


Please note - you may receive an email response from guidance rather than an in-person meeting depending on your request.  


To make an appointment to see your guidance counsellor, please click on the link below and complete the appointment request form.


Guidance Appointment


Attention all Grade 12's!  Don't panic!  Guidance will be presenting information to all grade 12's very soon regarding college and university applications.  (Applications are not due until the new year.)

 In the meantime, please review the following websites for information:

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You can also use your myBlueprint app to search career information and post-secondary pathways.  



Course changes are available for the following reasons:

  • Students who are in Grades 9, 10 or 11 who have less than 8 courses.**
  • Students in Grades 12/12+ who do not have enough courses to graduate (30 credits needed to graduate).
  • Students who need a compulsory course to meet a graduation requirement.
  • Students who failed courses and need to repeat them.
  • Students who passed a summer school course, which is still on their timetable.
  • Students who need a prerequisite for an apprenticeship, college or university program


Electronic Course Change Form