Bullying Prevention and Awareness
GCHS, along with schools all over the world, participated in last week’s Bullying Prevention and Awareness Week. Students pledged to work together to stop bullying and pledge forms are on display in the main hallway. Students were also each given a ‘Stop Bullying’ wristband. Over 150 of our students participated.
Student Success After High School
Students are also being provided with information about the differences between high school and college/university as well as some information about student disabilities. According to Lakehead University, nearly 1 in 10 Canadians over the age of 15 reported having a disability in 2012.
Potential Grads are reminded to visit Student Services for information about upcoming College/University application sessions, grad fee costs, and other information. Please listen to announcements!