Academics & Support
High School SHSM Programs
Our school is proud to host SHSM programs in 3 different economic sectors: Business, Health & Wellness, and Transportation. Students also have the opportunity to participate in SHSM programs hosted at other OCSB schools. See your Guidance Counsellor for details.
Programs for high performance athletes & artists
If your child is a high performing athlete or artist at the provincial, national, or international level, we understand they need the flexibility to train while continuing with their academic studies. Contact your guidance counsellor to discuss accommodations for your child.
Guidance Counsellors are available to answer questions related to timetables, career planning, personal and social issues, special educational needs, and to suggest possible referrals to appropriate school personnel and outside agencies.
Please come and see us in person in the guidance office or schedule an appointment with Student Services using mystudentinfo.ca
Financial support for hard-working high school students in difficult financial circumstances. Please speak with your guidance counselor to indicate you or someone you know may be a good candidate for this program.
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Student Services Department 7-12
Student Services has the names of some available math tutors for those students who are looking for extra support.
Grade 7-8: In June we celebrate Intermediate Academic Awards and Honour Roll. Parents of award winners are invited to attend. Awards include Director of Education Award, Highest Academic Standing, Homeroom Awards and Sport Team Awards included Athletes of the Year (Male and Female).
Gr 9-11: Academic Awards are celebrated in October of each year. Students have the opportunity to receive Honour Roll, Subject Awards and Highest Average honours. Parents of winners are invited to attend.
*Please note due to pandemic restrictions, awards celebrations will be virtual.
For Graduation Awards, please see the link under Graduation Information for more details.
Bullying Prevention Resources
St Matthew is committed to being a Safe, Accepting and Inclusive School. Our community is committed to addressing bullying and conflict within our student body. If you suspect your child is a victim of bullying, or if your child discloses bullying behavior directed towards them or a peer please contact student services and/or your child's vice principal.