The Guidance Office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Students
are welcome to drop in at any time. We're on the first floor in the
southwest corner of the school.
Phone: (416) 393-1480 (press "2")
Withdrawal from a Course - Full Disclosure
The mark will not appear on the Ontario Student Transcript,
if the student withdraws from a Grade 11 or 12 course by early December.
All paper work must be returned completed to the Guidance Office
then. The most current mark will appear on the transcript, if
the student withdraws after that.
Graduating students are required to complete 40 hours of community involvement.
This is a mandatory requirement. Students will not receive their graduation
diploma if the NEW TDSB Student Community Involvement Activity and Notification Form is not completed, verified and returned to the attendance office. It is requested that students submit this mid-February. Please access the updated
TDSB Community Involvement Getting Started Guide for more information.
Malvern offers a program of co-operative education. Over the course
of the school year, students gain new skills, explore a career and
decide if this is the right one for them.
The program combines in-school Co-op classes and assignments with
on-the-job work for three hours, every other school afternoon for
the duration of the school year. Upon successful completion of this
program, two high school credits will be awarded
to the student.
Once the student completes an application form and an interview
with the Co-op teacher, the next step is to create a résumé
and go for a job interview. In September, after taking workplace preparation
classes, students start at their placements.
A student interested in Co-op for the next school year should indicate
this on the course option sheet in February. Listen for more information
on the Tackler or visit the Guidance office.