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Student Supports


There are many services and supports at Assumption College to assist students throughout their high-school experience!  The Guidance Counsellors, Child & Youth Workers, Chaplain, the Special Education Department, and Student Success Educators, provide a multifaceted, interdisciplinary team which classroom educators and/or individual students may access. As needed, further assistance is available via community agencies.

Student Services Department -Guidance

When you start high school, you will be assigned a Guidance Counsellor, who will help you plan your courses and career options. Along with the other staff in the Student Services Department, your Guidance Counsellor takes care of new student registrations, arranges course timetables, keeps track of student records, make referrals to other support teams and a whole lot more....Click here to learn more about the Guidance Department!

Child & Youth Workers- Social Work Support



Assumption College school also has a Campus Ministry program led by a Chaplaincy Leader. Campus Ministry acts as a liaison to our local parish communities and with our dioceses. Our Chaplaincy Leader helps to create a community rooted in compassion, hospitality, and inclusion. Our Chaplaincy Leader is a source of support for all students and staff. They are available to listen, provide spiritual accompaniment, and share resources to support religious education in our Catholic schools. Community worship, prayer, retreats, and social justice outreach initiatives in our schools are coordinated by our Chaplaincy Leaders. Click "our faith" on the home page to learn more!

Student Success 

Student success teachers support every student’s success. They identify and support struggling students, provide more options for learning, and monitor student progress. They work with school staff, students, parents, and the community to ensure more students earn the credits necessary to graduate.

Reaching Every Grade 9 - 12 Student

Each teenager has his or her own unique interests, goals, and strengths. Every student should have the same opportunity to succeed and graduate from high school. We are working with you to improve the learning experience for Grade 9 to 12 students. We share a common goal - to help all students build a promising future for themselves.

Our goal is to provide:

More high-quality course options inside and outside of the classroom
More one-on-one support when students need extra help

This is called our Student Success Strategy.

This strategy requires educators, parents, employers, staff, our college and university partners, and our students to use the provided essential tools to create an engaging school experience for everyone. (Source: Ontario Ministry of Education)