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Grande Prairie Composite High School
Student Services

The role of Student Services is to serve students, parents and teachers in such a way that each student has the opportunity to be successful in his or her educational development. 

 

The Student Services Office is open every day between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and Fridays between 8:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

 

Student Services offers the following services:

 

High School Planning

Career Planning

Personal Issue

    • Registration information  
    • Course selections
    • Program planning
    • Diploma requirements
    • Timetables
    • Off campus evaluations
    • Attendance/achievement referrals from students, parents, & teachers
    • Correspondence information
    • Career investigations
    • Interest and Aptitude testing
    • Post-secondary information
    • Scholarships
    • Student loans
    • School to work transitions
    • SAT / ACT Exams
    • Crisis counseling
    • Personal/peer/family counseling
    • Referrals to School Team
    • Referrals to community agencies
    • And More:
      • Student exchanges
      • Encounters With Canada

Study Skills and Text Anxiety

 

Students who need help with structuring and organizing themselves for efficient work and study habits can find helpful hints through their teachers, the Student Services office and/or at:

 

Homework Help at LearnAlberta- http://www.education.alberta.ca/students/homework.aspx

NAIT Strategies for Success Document - permission granted for link usehttp://www.nait.ca/docs/Strategies_for_Success.pdf

 

 First Nations, Metis, and Inuit (FNMI)

 

The FNMI Program within Grande Prairie Composite High School supports First Nations, M├ętis and Inuit students, parents and families.  The FNMI program is built on the holistic cultural components of the medicine wheel that promotes balance through focusing on the social, emotional, mental and physical well-being of students, parents and families through:

 

  • cultural connections within the City of Grande Prairie
  • Supporting the  transition to high school
  • graduation preparation
  • post-secondary application, bursaries and scholarship supports
  • Assistance with applications for Treaty, Status and Metis cards
  • Assistance with application for trades and summer programs
  • utilizing community connections