The role of the Student Services counsellor is threefold: to provide academic, career and personal counselling to Assumption students. The objective of Student Services is to support and assist each student in achieving their academic, personal and spiritual potential. The Student Services Department is headed by Mr. Yurgan. Other counsellors in Student Services include: Mrs. Giannotti. Students are assigned to their counsellor by alpha, according to their surname.

Guidance Department Contact information

Students may make an appointment on-site and are encouraged to make appointments on their lunch time and spare periods whenever possible. Students are always welcome to browse the resources available in the Student Services Office.

Phone Number: 905-634-1835

Who is my Guidance Counsellor?

Semester 2
A-L G. Giannotti Ext. 1009
M-Z I. Yurgan Ext. 1008
Advanced Placement Students (AP) R. Duffy Call Main Office
Guidance Secretary D. Leger Ext. 1007

Pathways Presentation

Please use the following link to see the Pathways Presentation from May 17, 2018.

Pathways Presentation


Graduating Students

Grade 12’s – sign up for Remind 101 for important Guidance updates – Remind – text info for 2018-19 for students-parents

Additional information for funding post secondary education – Funding Higher Education

What do you need to graduate? Graduation Requirements

OUAC (Ontario Universities’ Application Centre) Important dates 2018/19 –


Ordering A Transcript

If you have graduated from Assumption please visit to order a transcript. There is a $20.00 transcript fee for the first transcript, and then $5.00 for each additional copy, to be paid online at the time of the request. For questions relating to the process, please contact Privacy, Records and Information Management Services at:

Student records are confidential. If your child has graduated and is over the age of consent (18), a parent or guardian may not request or receive a transcript without the written authorization from the student.



Students Information System Link – (SIS) Information on this system includes a mark history, current timetable and attendance for each course on your current timetable along with some personal information.

School to Career Pathway Link – Through Pathways we encourage students to take advantage of the opportunities provided in elementary and secondary school to know themselves, identify strengths, set educational and career goals and create a Pathways Plan to achieve them.