How may we help you?
Mr. Nico Byl (Ext. 35026)
Head of Student Services
Guidance Counsellor for last names A – L
Ms Ally Myers (Ext. 35024)
Guidance Counsellor for last names M – Z
Mrs. Jane Finbow (Ext. 35021)
Student Services Computer Operator/Secretary
Mrs. Lynne Crozier (Ext. 35022)
Student Services Secretary
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.
If you need a transcript, please contact Mrs. Finbow (see above). It will take 48 hours to produce a transcript.
Honour roll is calculated using the final grades earned for courses during the regular school year.
Grade 9: 80% average or higher of 8 courses.
Grade 10: 80% average or higher of 8 courses.
Grade 11: 80% average or higher of (top) 7 courses.
Grade 12: 80% average or higher of (top) 6 courses.
For graduates, Ontario Scholar: 80% average or higher of 6 grade 12 courses.
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 35021), We are 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 Sexual Health Services Offered in Huntsville 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
Heading to College or University?
Graduating students should be checking the Grade 12 blog regularly for Scholarship links, OSAP info. and details pertaining to Grad.
OntarioColleges.ca – research and apply to college programs.
ElectronicInfo.ca – research university programs.
https://www.ouac.on.ca/guide/101-dates/ – Important Dates for University Applications
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 an Apprenticeship/Skilled Trade?
If you would like to speak to the TLDSB Pathways Consultant around Apprenticeship and OYAP opportunities email firstname.lastname@example.org
Heading to the US? See: Education USA for guidance.