Guidance & Student Services

WDHS Student Services is committed to meeting the needs of our students. We feel that we serve a critical role in ensuring students have a successful high school experience. We help students with the following:

  • Transitions - Grade 8 & 9
  • Pathway and Course Selections
  • Preparing for Post-Secondary Life
  • Financing of Education
  • Connecting with Key Community Resources
  • Counselling and Life Management

We have a very approachable and caring staff in Student Services.

  • Ms. Dulmage - Guidance Counsellor ext. 507223
  • Mrs. Swierniak - Student Success Teacher ext. 507239
  • Mrs. Lafleur - Guidance Secretary ext. 507229

If you would like to contact Student Services please call 519-443-8657.

Or see our page at

Career Cruising & Course Selection

Grand Erie schools utilize Career Cruising as a way for students to explore future career possibilities through comprehensive and engaging activities. Students journey through self-exploration activities that help them better understand their strengths and abilities. Their personalised assessments then are linked to potential careers, and students can explore these careers as they wish. Each career will explain in detail:

  • what courses a student should take;
  • what they typical pay range will be for the job;
  • whether their self-assessments match up well with the job;
  • interviews with people working in each job;

and much more!

To log into Career Cruising just follow these steps:

  1. Visit
  2. Enter username: ERIE-(same user name student uses on school computers)
  3. Enter password: same password student uses to log into school computers

It's that easy. We also use Career Cruising for course selections. Students and parents can work together to plan courses for their up-coming years. If you can't log in, please come and see Ms. Dulmage and she can help you.

Career Cruising Course Selection

High School Registration Form

Student Fees List

OFSSA Transfer Form

Parental Consent to Access Community Partner Services

Citation Machine: for making bibliographies and proper citations.

EQAO: Educational Quality and Accountability Office, for information on the grade 10 literacy test and grade 9 mathematics assessment

WordQ Software: have articles or your own work read to you. Excellent for both comprehension and proofreading. This link allows you to download a free 30 day trial. The license is free to students - license number available in the CSS library.

Restore Default Settings in MS Word: having trouble with your word settings? Use the microsoft fix it tool to reset your default settings.

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