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The University of Toronto Mississauga is hosting Mapping Your Education: An Evening for Grade 9-11s, a special event for high school students in Grades 9 - 11, their parents, and anyone considering post-secondary education.  We ask that you share this with your students at Orillia Secondary School who are eligible and may be interested in attending.  We look forward to seeing your students and their families attend!

Mapping Your Education
Tuesday, May 18, 2021
6:00pm - 7:00pm ET

Student Registration

University can seem overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be.  Let us support you to help prepare your students for their next steps if they're considering a post-secondary education.

Parent Information Workshop

Jane Kristoffy of Right Track Educational Services & Glenda Healy of Seeking Scholarships are presenting a Planning & Funding Postsecondary Education Parent Information Workshop.  See dates below. Parents can REGISTER NOW for any of these dates.


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Post Secondary Admissions Updates

University of Toronto Mississauga: Access to Education Parent Night

Black and First Generation students can be met with educational barriers in the pursuit of a post-secondary education, particularly university. As a parent or guardian, how can you best support your high school student along their academic journey when the process may be unfamiliar, or you are a few years removed? Join us at the University of Toronto Mississauga to learn more about the variety of post-secondary educational options, how to prepare for a university education, the application process, finances, and your role in your student's pursuit of higher education.

Learn More...

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The Career Centre offers employment programs and services

Do you know someone who is looking for a job or to gain work experience?

The Career Centre is operated by the Simcoe County District School Board and provides employment programs and services for people beginning at age 15. Whether you have a child who has never had a job but is looking to gain work experience, or have a friend or family member who needs help with their employment and job search, Employment Consultants at the Career Centre can help! Programs and services are available at no cost.

Contact the Career Centre at 705-725-8990, or visit the Career Centre website at for more information.

This Employment Ontario service is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.

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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 c​ouncil 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 b​​​oard
  • Check our events calendar to stay up to date with the great things happening at our school

Parent Resources 

Student Handbook

Our Student Handb​ook contains a wealth of information about our schools, including assessment dates, report card information, student learning, the Code of Conduct, safety in schools, healthy living tips, technology use and much more.

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 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.