My daughter was assigned to a guidance counsellor who is available to them in Grade 11, to start the student thinking about course selection and what their plans are for post-secondary education. The student is encouraged to research the area and different programs that they are interested in. After researching the different programs the student is asked to record and rank the universities of choice and best suited with their academic standing. By doing all this in Grade 11 the student is prepared and ready to apply to university in Grade 12. In Grade 12 the guidance counsellor and the student meet approximately every two weeks to ensure support and deadlines are met. Even when I had questions as a parent, I was able to make an appointment with the head of Guidance Krista Koekkoek to review the process and put my mind at ease.