Student Services Department
- A to Della Penna – Mrs. Pietrobon-Flynn
- Demorais to Lazaro – Ms. Brydges
- Le to Pawlowski – Mr. LoPresti
- Pelaez to Z – Mr. Seixeiro
- Student Success Teacher – Mrs. Healey
- Administrative Assistant – Ms. Bozzelli
Do you have questions on how to choose your courses for next year? Do you need more information on Course Descriptions, AP classes or even how to navigate through My Blueprint? Then you’ve come to the right place … click on the following link below to find all Course and Program information for Bishop Reding. (LINK)
Click the following link (Calendar) to view all the important dates and information coming out from Student Services.
Have questions on how to go about viewing and applying for scholarships in Ontario? Click on the following link for a variety of resources, tips, and current available scholarships. ($$$)
University Information Page
Are you looking for information on Ontario Universities and don’t know where to start? Then click on the following (LINK) to start your research on any of the Universities located in Ontario. Here you’ll find info on Campus Tours, AP Policies, Contact Links, Scholarships, Tuition Costs and SO MUCH MORE.
What’s New & Important ….
Semester 1 Night School
Looking for Information on Night School … Check out this. (LINK)
*** Attention grade 12 students that enrolled in semester 1 night school. All classes have been cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have all compulsory credit requirements for graduation. See your counselor if required.***
Paying for Post-Secondary
Have questions about getting financial help with post-secondary? Click on the link to see BR’s financial presentation that was held on Wednesday, December 7th. (How to finance Post-Secondary)
Grade 8 Information Night Slide Slow
Are you a parent that happen to miss BR’s Grade 8 Night and are looking for the information that was discussed? Or maybe you want to take a second look at the presentation Student Services’ conducted? If so … please click on the following (LINK) to view our Grade 8 Information Night Slide Show.
Grade 12 Graduation ONLINE Survey
Click on the following (LINK) to take the grade 12 graduation online survey. The survey will provide student services with some critical information necessary for our June graduation. The survey must be completed by all grade 12s by WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4th. If you have any questions, please see your Guidance Counselor.
Be Sure to check out more IMPORTANT GRADUATION NEWS ⇒
Click COURSE CATALOGUE 2017-2018 School Year for courses and their descriptions.
Course codes, descriptions and prerequisites, are also available via parent and students accounts on myBlueprint. Follow the directions in this myBlueprint link. Parents should create an account on myBlueprint to support students in their educational plan.
Applying to college or university can be a daunting experience; however, by taking advantage of the many tools and strategies offered by Student Services the process can be a great deal easier. Click on the following link to view the Grade 12 Important Dates and Information Handout
Are you a Grade 12 student that missed BR’s Grade 12 Assembly? Are you a parent looking for more information on your son/ daughter’s Grade 12 graduation year? Do you need some general information on Scholarships, OSAP or the Graduation Application Process? Check out this year’s Gr 12 Assembly Presentation. (LINK)
Campus Tours for Colleges and Universities are happening throughout the school year. If interested in visiting a post secondary institution to view the campus, click on the following links to see the dates in which the schools are offering their tours. (College Tours) (University Tours)
Looking for more information on Dual Credits, Level Changes, Traveling for Credits, click here (LINK)
Student Activity Fee (optional)
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Take Your Kids to Work
… is an annual program in which Grade 9 (or equivalent) students are hosted by parents, friends, relatives and volunteers at workplaces across the country every November. The program supports career development by helping students connect school, the world of work, and their own futures. Click here for more info on this annual event (TOKTWD)
Thinking about going to University or College ???
Why not attend this years College Fair. Listen to College reps present about their college, the campus, programs unique to the college, campus life and more. These are in-depth presentations that will give you a detailed overview to help you with your college decision.Click HERE for more information on the college fair and the fair being hosted in MILTON.
Why not attend this years University Fair. You can talk personally with students, professors and senior university reps, get answers about programs, admission requirements, student life and much more. Don’t miss out on the largest educational fair in Canada! All 21 universities under one roof. Click HERE for more information on the university fair and the fair being hosted in MILTON.
Other Useful Links
- Post Secondary Important Links
- SAT and ACT information
- SHAD Valley Program
- 2017-2018 University Fair
- Halton Catholic District School Board
- Student Information System
- School Finder (Are you in our boundaries ??)
We are now accepting nominations for the prestigious Loran Scholars Foundation awards. Nomination packages can be found in Student Services and are due to Mrs. Pietrobon-Flynn by Friday, September 23 at 2:45. Students who do not wish to be nominated can apply to the “direct pool.” Please view their website for more information and deadlines: www.loranscholar.ca.