Research has shown that parent involvement is a key indicator of student success. Involvement comes in many forms. Here are some ways to get involved:

  • Stay informed by reading the information on our website and subscribing for updates
  • Attend school council meetings or consider joining the school council
  • Volunteer at our school
  • Talk to your teen about their day and show interest in what they’re doing at school
  • Explore education-related websites for advice and tips on how to support your teen at home
  • Get to know our school board
  • Check our  events calendar to stay up to date with the great things happening at our school

If you have specific questions or concerns about your teen's education, the first person to talk to is the classroom teacher. If you need extra help, you can call guidance, special education or student success. In addition, the vice-principal or principal are available to assist.

Your local school trustee is elected to represent your interests and is ready to hear and discuss your suggestions and concerns.

Find contact information on our Staff List page.

High school is an opportunity for your teen to build his or her advocacy skills and independence. If your teen comes to you with a concern about a mark or another issue, provide advice to your teen on how to deal with it—for example, encourage him or her to speak to the teacher directly. Resist the urge to jump in and "rescue" your teen.

All About High School

Parents, check out our All About High School resource. It's designed to help you support your teen through the high school years.  A printed copy of the resource is available at the school, or can be mailed to you. Email [email protected] to request a copy.  In addition to graduation requirements, this guide provides an overview of the range of opportunities and support we provide for students, from guidance and career education, to support for student mental health needs.