In an effort to provide the most up to date information for all students, effective January 2018, all information has been moved to the Guidance page of the Regina Public Schools website. This site includes information regarding graduation and post-graduation planning including post-secondary, volunteer opportunities, careers, mental health supports and more. Please follow this link to access more information.
Guidance Counsellors are here to help in all aspects of life from personal stress, issues with family/friend, as well as support high school academics and post-secondary planning.
If you have any issues or concerns, please stop by the Student Services office. We are located right down the hall from the main office. No appointment necessary.
Students in need of transcripts can contact a guidance counsellor for an unofficial transcript. Official transcripts are issued by the Minsitry of Education.
If you would like a list of Scholarships available to students, please click HERE.
Feel free to call us or email us if you have any questions.
Community Resources Available - www.sk.211.ca
View our SlideShow about Community Supports (Care Card).
|Caring Hearts (grief support)||(306)523-2780||Child Abuse Line||(306)569-2724|
|Child and Youth Services||(306)766-6700||HealthLine||811|
|Kids Help Phone||1-800-668-6868||Mobile Crisis||(306)757-0127|
|Planned Parenthood||(306)522-0902||Regina Crisis/Suicide Line||(306)525-5333|
|Regina Police||(306)777-6500||Sexual Assault Line||(306)352-0434|
|Sexual Health/STI Clinic||(306)766-7788||Street Culture Shelter||(306)545-3445|
Wolverine Whisper - let us know if you have something to celebrate, need support, or are worried about a friend. You can choose to stay anonymous. We are here for you!!
Additionally, see the documents linked below related to course selection during high school:
- Summary of Math Pathways
- Science Course Descriptions and Prerequisites
- Saskatchewan High School Credit Options (explains graduation requirements)