Posted November 14, 2019
NOV. 14, 2019 8:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Gym 1 Forest Heights Collegiate Institute Our fall post-secondary event, hosted by the Guidance Department, brings together more than 35 universities, colleges, apprenticeships, and private schools representatives in one place. Throughout the event, senior students meet with some of the top post-secondary institutions in Ontario ; ask […]
Posted November 4, 2019
November 6, 2019 | first Wednesday in November The consent form must be completed prior to Wednesday November 6, 2019. Parents and Guardians What is Take Our Kids to Work Day? Launched in 1994 by The Learning Partnership, Take Our Kids to Work Day is the most recognized career exploration event in Canada. This year, […]
Categories: Guidance News
Posted March 30, 2019
Celebrating your Pathway Plan √ Students will receive a verification of their program for 2019 – 2020 in their period 2 class the week of April 1st. (Students without a class at that time should pick up their verification from Counselling Services.) We require that students carefully check the course code, course description, and program (course […]
Posted February 25, 2019
Forest Heights will launch its 2019 – 2020 Course Selection Cycle beginning Monday, January 21. Please Note: Every student currently registered at Forest Heights must log in and select their destination/courses for the 2019-2020 academic year between January 21 and February 26, 2019. Begin your program planning by visiting the Guidance website. Follow the […]
This page contains links that may be helpful to students/parents/guardians who are interested in learning more about mental health and wellness, as well as how to access support and services. The resources primarily provide information on specific topics in mental health and well-being with some providing further links to community resources. Resources in Waterloo Region […]
What does mental health and well-being have to do with school? Good mental health is vital to our well-being. It provides us with a positive world view, helps us to deal with life’s challenges, and supports healthy relationships with our friends, families and communities. Mental health helps us to reach our potential. Who can I […]
Posted April 29, 2016
Safe, Caring & Inclusive School surveys are important tools which help schools assess the current culture within a school. Please take the opportunity to complete the Safe Caring and Inclusive Schools Survey, which can be accessed below. The survey is open until May 13. Take the survey!
This information expires once printed. Please always refer to the online version for the most current information.