You can contact the guidance office from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Counsellors are assigned to students using the first letter of the student’s last name.

Booking Appointments for 2023/2024

To schedule an appointment with your Guidance counsellor you need to click on their name below and complete the online booking form for a time that is best suited to you – this can be during class but please try to book an appointment when you will not be missing a lesson.

Please come to the Guidance office at your appointment time.

Ms. Naud,
Guidance Secretary
Ext. 5520
Ms. Hooisma,
Head of Guidance
Surnames A – Ed
Ext. 1407
Mr. Rubicini,
Guidance Counsellor
Surnames  Eg – Ke
Ext. 1405
Ms.  Godbout,
Guidance Counsellor
Surnames Kh – L
Ext. 1404

Mr. Holmes,

Guidance Counsellor

Surnames M – Sha Ext. 1403

Mr. Schroeder,

Guidance Counsellor

Surnames She – Z Ext. 1402

Please Join our Guidance Updates Google Classroom if you haven’t already done so, use the following codes to join:

Grade 9 – b5wvt6e

Grade 10 – sv6fgj4

Grade 11 – vpsbb3u

Grade 12 – oj422h4


Counsellors at Huron Heights are student advocates who are available to assist in the following areas:

Educational Planning

  • helping students design personalized, realistic education plans to reach their goals

Career Information and Planning

  • providing information about potential destinations (apprenticeship, college, university and the workplace)

Personal Social Counselling

  • assisting with issues that are affecting performance in class
  • the student may be referred to an appropriate community agency to better assist with the particular issue(s)

Course Change Requests

Course changes will be considered only during the first two weeks of a semester.  Students should book an appointment to discuss course change requests with their guidance counsellor.  A course change request form must be completed and all textbooks returned before a change is official.  Students are required to attend all originally scheduled classes until they receive a new timetable.

Community Involvement
Students must complete 40 hours of community involvement activities in order to earn their Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD).  To enter your community involvement hours, please visit the guidance google classroom where a google form is available.

Need Help finding Volunteer Opportunities? Check out the Volunteer Action Centre!

Student Success
Our student success teachers will work with other staff members to support and facilitate initiatives that ensure all students have the appropriate opportunities for success.