The goals of guidance and career education programs are that students:
Mental Health Clinics Now Available at The Willett
The Night School Program for credit offered by the Grand Erie District School Board provides students with the opportunity to earn one or more credits toward their high school diploma. The main purpose of providing continuing education through evening classes is to benefit adults who have left school. Another purpose is to accommodate some secondary school students who have special curriculum needs. A student who attends a Secondary school must register through Student Services at their School.
Students may both research college programs and complete their college application using the website listed below. In order to complete their applications, they will require their OEN and student number. Students at PDHS can locate their OEN number on any report card as well as their student cards. PDHS, student numbers and OEN are the same nine digit number.
Visit Ontario Colleges.ca to research college programs and admission requirements.
Visit eINFO.ca to research university programs and admission requirements.
University Application Information (current high school students only)
The following link will take you to the online application portal. Students require their unique codes to complete the process. Codes are available in guidance by late October.
Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
For information on the governments student loans and grants click here.
Mr. B. Kingshott - 519-442-4477 Ext. 275226
Last names A - K
Mr. D. Lewis - 519-442-4477 Ext. 275236
Last Names L - Z
eINFO (university admissions information)
Ontario College Application Services (with links to all Ontario colleges)
Ontario's College to University Transfer Guide (transfer agreements between colleges and universities)