Counselling services are available to every student in the school. Assistance is offered for course selection, pathway planning (apprenticeship, workplace, college and university) and other issues affecting school performance.

Online Appointment Bookings

 Have a wonderful summer, Knights!

Some online bookings will be available August 28 to 30th.
Online bookings will be unavailable the first two weeks of classes. In order to meet with your counselor regarding a timetable concern, please fill out a request-for-timetable-change form, have it signed by a guardian and submit it to the Guidance Office. Students will be contacted as soon as possible based on submission of the completed form. Thank you.
For non-timetable related concerns, please see Mrs. Crovetto for assistance.

Click on your Counsellor’s name and follow the instructions.

NOTE – this system is only available for current Bluevale students.  Anyone not currently attending Bluevale, please contact our guidance co-ordinator (Mrs. Crovetto) to book appointments for registrations, transfers, etc.

Guidance Team

Ms. Lavell (A – Fl)

Mr. Taylor (Fo-L)

Mr. Forget (M-Ri)

Mr. Moffatt (Ro – Z)

  Mrs. Crovetto (Office Co-ordinator)

Ms. Cotten (CYW)

Ms. Cummings (CYW)

Ms. Peprah (Social Worker)



See above for information about making a timetable change during the first two weeks of September and/or the first week of February. In all other time periods, please book an appointment online.

Senior students who wish to reduce a course from their timetable must make an appointment with their guidance counsellor and follow the appropriate course drop procedure.

Please Note: The timetable change is only official when the student has received a new printed timetable. Until this time, the student must attend the originally scheduled classes. Non-attendance does not constitute dropping a course.



Please contact Mrs. Crovetto, Guidance Secretary, at extension 1130 to arrange a specific time for registration.

Click here to receive an information package.

You will need to bring:

  1. Proof of Age e.g. birth certificate, baptismal certificate, passport
  2. Proof of Address e.g. a copy of residence property tax bill or a utility bill containing parent/guardian name and address of residence or a copy of offer to purchase a residence or a copy of lease/rental agreement for a residence
  3. Ontario Student Transcript from the student’s present/previous school or a Credit Counselling Summary (CCS), or most recent report card.


  • Mr. B. Boucher
  • Mr. M. Fangrad
  • Mr. J. Pattison

Futures Forum Teacher (includes Career Studies course):

  • Mr. B. Boucher


Any student can choose to write an AP exam without taking an AP course. See your Ms. Lavell for information. Click here for the universities that have informed the College Board that they acknowledge qualifying AP Exam grades in the admissions process.

For more information on AP at Bluevale, visit the AP page.


Community hour tracking forms are available in the Counselling Office. Please return the tracking form when the 40 hours have been completed.  The 40 hours of community service hours are a diploma requirement.

Click here for community volunteer opportunities

Click here for a community service tracking form


Link to BCI Course Offerings 2017-18

Link to WRDSB Common Course Calendar 2017-2018 WRDSB

Link to  What you need to graduate


Link to Grade 9 course selection supplement 2017-2018


Grade 12 Student and Parent Post Secondary Information Night (powerpoint): Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 at 7 pm in the school cafeteria

Click here for a handout on Pathways to Post-Secondary Options

Click here Planning Your Future Useful Websites


Click here to visit the Scholarship Information page


Need someone to talk to? Need someone to listen?

Call the Distress Line at 519-745-1166 or 519-795-9905

Are you or a friend in crisis? Call the Crisis Line at 519-744-1813