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UPCOMING EVENTS:  Many scholarships and bursaries are available and are due over the next few months.  Monitor the guidance bulletin board outside the Guidance Office at Lunenburg High School so that you are able to apply for bursaries and scholarships that you qualify for!  As local bursaries are received through the guidance office, notice will be posted on this website.


What services are available?

Our guidance department works with students in many different ways.  Below are some things we work with students on:
2006 Admission Requirements for Universities - Great guide for your high school requirements. Click here to view  

We keep an up-to-date scholarship list, just click on the "Bursaries/Scholarships" Link.  
Potential Grads - Check with Ms. Stewart to make sure you are set to graduate.  Grad Information Night was Sept. 25 at 6:00 p.m. Potential Grads were provided with packages that included scholarship/bursary information.  
We have an adolescent worker with addictions services  
Online Courses that some students may be eligible to take.  See Ms. Stewart in Guidance.  


Guidance Links

If you are looking for good links to specific topics, please email jastewart@staff.ednet.ns.ca and ask us to add them.

Panic Attacks - What is a panic attack? A panic attack is a brief period of intense fear or discomfort that comes on suddenly and usually it is accompanied by symptoms such as palpitations, sweating, trembling, shortness of breath, abdominal distress, dizziness, fear of losing control or going crazy or fear of dying. Panic attacks may occur in many different situations and for different reasons.

Nedic.ca- National Eating Disorder Information Centre Website

Edcoms.ca- Eating Disorder Community Support Presentations Website
Edag.ca- Eating Disorders Action Group Website

The Assistive Technology Centre provides the following services to people of all ages in Lunenburg and Queens Counties, Nova Scotia:
  • Informal assessments of Assistive Technology
  • Structured workshops for faculty, teachers, program support teachers, program support assistants, primary users of assistive technology, administrators and parents
  • Support and awareness training for disability-related organizations in the vicinity
  • Informal awareness sessions on the power of assistive technology for area businesses, regional development authorities, recreation programs, etc.
  • Design and development of customized training programs
  • Employment-related interventions and supports for people with disabilities
  • Assistive technology support for early learners, students in the K-12 system, community college or university, adult education and GED programs

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Follow this link to find out more about the Assistive Technology Centre: 

Assistive Technology Centre

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