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Student Services
Welcome to the Student Services Department at Brockville Collegiate Institute! Our focus is to provide all students with the opportunity to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes that will help them to understand and appreciate themselves, relate effectively with others, develop appropriate educational plans, and explore career options.

Our orientation program is designed to help new students make the transition from elementary to secondary school with ease. In February, parents and students are welcomed to B.C.I. for an informal evening to view our school and its outstanding facilities. Once the students choose their high school, their current teacher completes an on-line profile which is available to all Grade 9 teachers. Introductory assemblies and tours of the school are conducted in late summer through B.C.I. LINK Crew. The counsellors will meet with new B.C.I. students during the school year to familiarize them with our services and answer questions. Students who transfer to B.C.I. in mid-year are also assisted to become familiar with Brockville Collegiate Institute's programs and services. 

Post-secondary planning takes place in Student Services. Various websites are shown to students to assist them in learning more about themselves and potential career opportunities. Students may research information about specific careers, colleges, universities, or apprenticeships. Guest speakers from post-secondary institutions frequently visit B.C.I. to inform students of various programs offered and the requirements necessary for attendance. Other guest speakers from the community are welcomed to B.C.I. to offer insight into the world of work.

Counsellors work in assisting students as they:
  • assess their personal strengths as they relate to interests and goals;
  • select secondary school courses;
  • plan their education and career directions;
  • complete applications to college and university;
  • plan for post-secondary tuition and other costs by providing them with the information about available scholarships, bursaries, and loans;
  • deal with their individual social and emotional problems, including recommendations for appropriate follow-up;
  • resolve conflict with others.

We value all our students and provide guidance and counselling services which meet their needs in a responsible, effective, caring, and timely way. If you have any questions or concerns, or require further information, please call us at (613)345-5641.

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