Our school counselling services are available to respond to the personal,
social, educational and career development of all students of Collège Béliveau.
Classroom sessions cover topics such as transition to high school, dealing with
decisions appropriate to adolescents, self-understanding and long-range career
Counsellors also assist teachers with the Health Program. Students can choose
to see the counsellors or they may be referred by parents, teachers and
administrators. Students can be assured that problems or personal concerns will
be discussed in a caring and confidential atmosphere.
The counsellors will assist students in areas of course selection and
changes, secondary school alternatives, and post-secondary planning.
Students can explore future job/career possibilities and/or training with the
Students can be assured that problems or personal concerns will be discussed
in a caring and confidential atmosphere. The school has access to many
resources, and outside agencies. Student Services also include specialists in
the areas of psychiatry, psychology, social work, speech and language. For many information about outside agencies and services, please refer to the Mental Health Resource Guide for Winnipeg.
Community Service Credit
Many Grade 9 to 12 students have completed volunteering placement hours and
can receive a half-credit (55 hours) or a full credit (110 hours). Community
Service is an excellent way to acquire many job-related skills and also looks
great on a resume or when applying for Scholarships and Bursaries. Approval
Forms are available at the Counsellor’s office (Room 206). All forms must be
signed and completed by parents, students and Placement Organizations.
Take Your Kids to Work Day
All Grade 9 students spent the day at work with a parent, friend, relative or
volunteer host. Students will begin to develop an understanding of the world of
work and learn to develop some of the skills required to succeed in the working
Grade 12 Credit Checks
Guidance Counsellors meet with all Grade 12 students to review their credits
and to complete a profile outlining their school activities, community
involvement, athletic and artistic activities and achievements and honours. More information on scholarships can be found on our awards, bursaries and scholarships page.
We strongly encourage all Grade 12 students to drop by our offices to learn
more about possible scholarships, Millennium Scholarships, Bursaries, Awards,
Financial Aid, Apprenticeships, Career choices and Post-Secondary programs and
Natural Helpers is a Peer-Helping Program for students in Grade 9 to 12. It
is a helping network within the school that helps young people help their
friends with everyday problems, refer serious problems to trained individuals
and take good care of themselves. Training is provided for those