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L.P. Miller Comprehensive School
Committed to Excellence in Education
Student Academic Services

Academic & Career Counseling

The academic and career counselor assists with course and program selection, timetables and scheduling, school adjustment, attendance issues and study skills. The counselor also works with students regarding career or vocational issues including career exploration and planning, resume preparation, job interview skills and job search strategies and makes available to them a wide range of educational and occupational information. Students may also consult the counselor for information about student orientation programs at colleges or universities, exchange opportunities, and scholarships and bursaries. Make an appointment at the guidance office to discuss course options and to plan your academic life at L.P. Miller.

 

 

Local Scholarships & Bursaries

LOCAL AWARDS PACKAGE 2018-2019.pdf

 

Order a Transcript

To order Saskatchewan Transcripts:

https://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/education-and-learning/credits-degrees-and-transcripts/requesting-transcripts-for-high-school

 

 

Course Descriptions

This Course Description Guide is designed to assist students and parents in understanding the content of specific Grade 10, 11, and 12 subjects offered. The compulsory, specified and optional areas of study, individual grade level requirements, graduation requirements, general additional requirements for admission to post-secondary institutions.

The guide will be an important tool for use in educational program design at all three grade levels.

Students and parents are encouraged to study and understand the information within, as educational success is ultimately the responsibility of the individual student and his/her parent.

Mr. Froehlich,  Ms. Stadnek, Mr. Stene and Mrs. Christiansen are available to assist you with questions and concerns.

Please feel free to call us at 306 862-4671.

Course Description Booklet 2019-2020 final copy.pdf

 

TEACHERS:


ROLES:

April Armstong


Alternate Education Program

Pam Cummings


Personal Program Planning

Rhonda Stankowski


Collaborative Planning

  

Life Skills Instruction

  

Alternate Academics Instruction

 

Leadway Campus

A program designed to meet the needs of "High Risk" grade 9-12 adolescents who experience difficulty in the regular school setting.

Teachers: Mrs. Stankowski