Heading to College or University?
OntarioColleges.ca – research and apply to college programs.
ElectronicInfo.ca – research university programs.
OUAC.on.ca – apply to University
ONTransfer.ca – research linkages between college and university programs.
OSAP Website – access the application for next school year.
Heading to the US? See: Education USA for guidance.
Students new to Huntsville High School need to book a registration appointment through the main office (dial 705-789-5594). Please call for details regarding required documentation.
How may we help you?
Mr. Nico Byl (Ext. 278)
Student Services Department Head
Guidance Counsellor for last names A – L
Mrs. Alison Myers (Ext. 306)
Guidance Counsellor for last names M – Z.
Mrs. Jane Finbow (Ext. 224)
Student Services Office Manager/Computer Operator
Mrs. Lynne Crozier (Ext. 230)
Student Services Office Support Staff
If you need a transcript, please contact Mrs. Finbow (see above). It takes 48 hours to produce a transcript. Transcripts are official documents and can’t be provided electronically to individuals as they are required to be printed on OST paper and must be signed by the principal.
School Programme Coordination
Career and Vocational Counselling
Post Secondary Academic Planning
Monitoring of Student Progress
Who is your counsellor?
Students are assigned by last name to a counsellor who will work with the student until graduation. Students and/or parents are free to request a change of counsellor for another person to work with the student.
Students and/or parents wishing to meet with a counsellor can make an appointment by visiting or calling the Student Services office (705-789-5594 ext 224), and speaking to Mrs. Finbow or Mrs. Crozier. They will be happy to help you.
Please note that if an appointment is missed it is the student’s responsibility to contact the office and re-schedule.
Sexual Health Services
Sexual health services are provided by staff from the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit. A nurse visits Huntsville High School regularly to meet with students. Click here for more details.
Mind your Mind
This is a place for youth and emerging adults to access info, resources and tools during tough times. Help yourself. Help each other. Share what you live and know. Click: mindyourmind.ca