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SENATOR O'CONNOR COLLEGE SCHOOL STUDENT SERVICES
Julie Petruccelli (A-F)
Destiny Barbitta, Department Head (G-M)
Diane McCarvell (N-Z)
The Student Services department at Senator O’Connor College School takes great pride in offering a variety of services to our students. Our mandate is to support students emotionally, while assisting them with their academic needs and career exploration. Our counsellors are well equipped to support students and their families. Where necessary, our students can access additional services, such as, Student Success, Child Youth Worker, Social Work, and/or school Psychologist.
Listed below are the most common areas of support that OCS counsellors provide to students. Please refer to our “Useful Documents” page, to access important forms and documents that are required of students at different times in their academic career at Senator O’Connor College School.
Course & Level Changes
Honour Roll Awards
College & University Applications
SHSM (Special High Skills Major) Enrollment
SWAC (School Within A College) Program
OYAP (Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program)
Night School & Saturday School
Night and Saturday School Registration - applications are available HERE and in the Guidance office.
If you are submitting your application online, you must email the completed form to your Guidance Counsellor:
A-F - firstname.lastname@example.org
G-M - email@example.com
N-Z - firstname.lastname@example.org
Your application MUST include our school board tcdsb.ca email account. You will get direct confirmation of enrollment emailed to that account.
You MUST make sure that your application is fully filled out with all of the required information:
a) personal Information
b) course Request
c) pre-requisite course and mark (if applicable)
d) parent signature
e) TCDSB email
***Do not attempt to register online--only non-TCDSB students can register using the school board website.
Student Community Involvement Hours
Download your Community Involvement Form HERE
Virtual Volunteer Hours
The Secondary School Graduation requirement for students to earn 40 hours of Community Involvement is challenging for students during COVID-19 restrictions. Many students will still wish to earn hours this summer, but will be required to seek out virtual opportunities to do so. A variety of frequently asked questions have been curated to make it easier for you to find the right virtual community involvement experience during this time. Please see the pages that follow and consider the questions that you will need to ask the organizations you are interested in, and yourself, to make your experience a rewarding one.