Guidance is an area where students can receive assistance with educational planning, career goals, personal counselling, or referrals to outside agencies.  Guidance counsellors are teachers with additional expertise in the area of Guidance and Career Education and are trained to help students make informed decisions about their future.


Course Selection & Planning 

Students will be provided with a Course Selection Information presentation on Tuesday, March 29.  Guidance counsellors will be by Virtual appointments to answer questions regarding their courses selections for next year starting the week of April 4th.  Grade 12 students interested in returning to Sinclair should complete the Form on the Grade 12 Google Classroom to discuss returning for a 5th year 

As part of the Course Selection process we will host a Course Information Fair for students. This will happen on April 1st in period 3 from 1:30-2:30.  There will be 3 sessions for students to learn more information about courses at Sinclair.  Students will be able to speak directly to teachers of the classes regarding the courses they are interested in studying for next year.  


Grade 10 Course Selection Presentation

Grade 11 Course Selection Presentation

Grade 12 Course Selection Presentation


Interested parents can help their children to plan their courses by first gathering more information from the Course Selection Slideshow for their child's grade. 

Information regarding post-secondary requirements can be found at: -Ontario University Information -Ontario College Information
Grade 8 Information

*Updates will be posted as they become available for the 2022-2023 school year*


     Tuesday, January 25th, 2022

     6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. 



To attend Sinclair S.S. you must live within the boundaries of Sinclair as set by the DDSB.

1. Possible registration dates are set by administration and you will be provided with possible options.  All documentation must be received prior to the appointment being set.

2. Please choose the applicable documentation checklist below depending on the scenario;

  • If you are transferring a student within DDSB please see the attached checklist and ensure that all documentation is remitted to student services. Once the file is reviewed  you will be contacted to set up a registration appointment.
    Checklist for Registrants from within DDSB
    Immunization Form


3.  Email (guidance secretary) to schedule an appointment to submit and review documents.

4.  Families will be contacted regarding a potential registration appointment once all the documentation listed on the checklist has been submitted and reviewed by an administrator.  A Parent/Guardian must be present with the student once the registration appointment is secured.

 If any questions or new to Canada, please email (guidance secretary)