Student Services

Attention Parents/Guardians and Students of Corpus Christi Catholic Secondary School…

Semester 2 begins on Monday, February 5, 2018. Students can access their timetables on Friday February 2, 2018 on the SIS. To access SIS, visit the right of the home screen you can see Quick Links. Click on Student Information System (SIS). Enter your Student Number (found on your report card or student ID card) and student date of birth. Click submit and you will be able to see your timetable.  Students are encouraged to print or take a picture of their timetable.

Student Services will only be seeing students who have level changes or were unsuccessful with courses semester 1. We ask that students make an appointment to see their guidance counsellor.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Student Services

Night School

This is a gentle reminder that night school registration is now CLOSED through Corpus. If you still wish to register for night school you will need to register in person at either Loyola or Bishop Reding. For course listings please check the poster outside Student Services.

Welcome to the Student Services Department at Corpus Christi

Our staff work with your teen to provide academic and career counselling. Students are constantly transitioning during their secondary school experience: from elementary to secondary, from semester to semester, from intermediate to senior level, from secondary to post-secondary. These transitions require planning, research and the expertise of the Guidance Counsellor. Sometimes students experience situations that require the assistance of the Student Success teacher or the Credit Recovery teacher. Those students who are dealing with non-academic concerns can access the services of the Social worker. Co-op teachers oversee students who have chosen to earn credits via a work placement in the community.

Guidance Counsellors see students by alpha via surname:

A-F: Ms. Kelenc

G-M: Mrs. Clarke

N-Z: Ms. Gravina

If you have any concerns about your teen, please contact your child’s Guidance Counsellor. The Department posts important information regularly; this includes information about university, college, apprenticeships, scholarships, night school, summer school, e-learning etc. Please check our site and Important Information on the school website.

Guidance Department Contact Information

Mrs. Da Silva, the Student Services secretary, will ensure that all student and parent inquiries are addressed. Please note that students may make an appointment on-site. Students are encouraged to make appointments on their lunch time and spare periods whenever possible.


905-331-5591 ext. 4009


Ms. Kelenc (Department Head of Student Services)
Mrs. Clarke
Mrs. Gravina


Mrs. Gike


Mrs. Kumagai (Student Success)
Ms. Rhiannon Jones (Social Work)
Ms. Moore–Broglio ( Co-op Education)
Ms.Osborne (Co-op Education)

Important Dates:

  • Thursday March 9th, 2018 is the deadline to submit your course selection information to your period 1 homeroom teacher.

You must submit:

  • a signed copy of your Course Selection Sign-Off Sheet
  • the disclosure forms (printed off from MyBlueprint), signed by a parent
  • $65 registration fee. (The fee can be paid by cash, cheque or on-line but please include a receipt from the Cashless system if you are using this method of payment)

University of Guelph

Attention all Grade 10 and 11 students,

The University of Guelph Interaction Conference is being held on Wednesday, April 25th and Thursday April 26th.

This is an exciting one day opportunity for students who desire to continue their education beyond the secondary school level. Students can choose from over 40 sessions and will be introduced to university living and learning through informative sessions.

If interested, please pick up an application package before April 9th in Guidance or visit

2018 US College Expo – Find Your Future Here

Saturday, April 28, 2018
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Roy Thompson Hall

This FREE event connects admission representatives from US Colleges across America with interested Canadian high school students to inform them about their institutions. This affords students along with their families the incredible and unique opportunity to interact one on one with US college representatives here close to home before they make significant decision to pursue their studies across the border.



Please visit the Scholarships section of this site.