Course selection is now open. Grade 9 students will be taken to computer labs for direct support. Additional help will be offered in the computer labs over lunch next week (listen for announcements). Guidance appointments are also available.
POWERSCHOOL PORTAL IS OPEN
- Go to SHS Webpage, Click on Guidance Link
- Follow “Course Selection Steps” for grades 10 and 11
- Complete Form
- Enter Courses in PowerSchool
- Bring completed forms to Student Services
Questions and Support?
- Come to computer lab 113 on Mar 29, 30, 31 @ LUNCH
- Make an appointment to meet with your Guidance Counsellor (but forms must be attempted/completed before you have a meeting)
MUST BE COMPLETED BY APRIL 6TH, OR COURSES ARE CHOSEN FOR YOU
Attention parents/guardians of current grade 8 students enrolling in grade 9 at Sackville High school for the 2017-18 school year.
AJ and LT Students
Students coming from Sackville High feeder schools, AJ Smeltzer and Leslie Thomas Junior Highs, are already registered in PowerSchool. These students need only discuss with their grade 8 guidance counselor whether they wish to continue in French Immersion or switch to English program for the new school year. All Band students should discuss with their grade 8 guidance counselor whether they wish to stay in the Music program.
Students from other Schools
Students wishing to enroll at Sackville High School next year that are NOT in our feeder schools must complete the registration process as required.
HOST AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT IN YOUR HOME
The Nova Scotia International Student Program, through the Halifax Regional School Board, is
looking for families to host international students in their home. Our students come from many
different countries around the world, and stay a duration of 3, 5, to 10 months.
This is a wonderful opportunity to expose your family to another culture, and help a visiting
student adapt to our culture. Quite often the friendships developed from hosting an
international student, last a lifetime. Hosting an international student is a great way to show
school support, and add valuable diversity to our community.
There is 24/7 support from a local homestay coordinator throughout the hosting period, and
your family will receive a monthly stipend to help offset the cost of hosting a student. The Nova
Scotia International Student Program also holds monthly cultural events for the students, and
some events include invitations to host families. In addition, the NSISP holds an initial student
orientation to help the student with the adjustment into their new home, school, and
If you are interested in the opportunity to host a student, and would like more information on
this wonderful experience, please contact, Alison Richardson email@example.com or call
Nova Scotia International Student Program
Halifax Regional School Board
902 222 9886