News and information for our graduating students will be posted here throughout the year. Check back frequently for updates!
Welcome to the page for All Saints graduates. The grade 12 year is a very busy one. Planning for post-secondary choices or the world of work takes time, research and a lot of patience! Remember your Guidance Counsellor is here to help you with any questions you may have.
Guidance counsellors: Students with last name A-F: Ed Kirkham G-M: Claire Bagnell N-Z: Diana Caringi
Students may request an appointment through their my.studentinfo.ca account
Check your OCSB email regularly You should get into the habit of checking your account on a daily basis - it will help you to stay in the know.
Important Dates University/College Presentations for 2022/2023 Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries Workshop
OCAS Application Workshop OUAC Application Workshop Grad Parent Information Presentation
Click the links to jump to the information on this page.
Carleton University - Enrichment Program
What is the Enriched Support Program?
The Enriched Support program:
Is designed for students who don’t meet the traditional entrance requirements
Offers a chance to begin first-year study in a reduced course load with structured academic support
Offers guaranteed degree admission to those who complete ESP with the necessary average (we offer pathways to degrees in Arts & Social Science, Business, Computer Science, Engineering, Science and more)
How to apply:
Students can apply online at website rather than through OUAC (even students who have not applied to University can submit an application)
Students can apply even if they don’t have six 4 U/M level courses (only three are required). Note: some ESP streams have prerequisites)
Deadline to apply is currently June 15th, but is usually extended through July, space permitting. Information evenings (info nights) will take place on May 19, June 2 and June 16.
Please see your Guidance Counsellor for more information or go to carleton.ca/esp/guidance/
Carleton University - Make the Cut for Students with Disabilities
VIRTUAL Paul Menton Centre Make the CUT 2022
Grade 12 Fall Session
12:45 PM to 3:00 PM
Wednesday, November 23, 2022
The Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities (PMC), Carleton University, is pleased to announce this VIRTUAL Grade 12 Fall 2022 Session of the Transition Program - Make the CUT. This session is designed for Grade 12 students who have a disability and are planning to attend post-secondary next year.
Please see your Resource Teacher for more information on how to register. Registrations will be accepted up to 4:00 pm, Tuesday, November 15, 2022.
All audience guests joining this event will be ANONYMOUS.
12:45 - 1:00 PM: Attendees Login (Students, Educators, Parents)
1:00 - 3:00 PM: Virtual Event
This VIRTUAL EVENT on Wednesday, November 23, 2022 will include the following topics: PLAN YOUR TRANSITION, LEARNING STRATEGIES SUPPORTS, ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY, and A STUDENT SUCCESS PANEL,
The ASH School Letter is a prestigious award given to students who have accumulated a substantial amount of points over the course of their high school years by being involved in sports teams, clubs, extra-curricular, etc. It is a difficult award to achieve but shows the immense contribution a student has made to the life of the school.
Applying to University
Application to an Ontario university is done through the Ontario University Application Centre (OUAC).
In order to apply to university, most programs require ENG4UR. Be sure to check the pre-requisites for any program you wish to apply for.
Deadlines are important - OUAC online applications for equal consideration will be due in January 12, 2023. Graduates require their confidential PIN number which will be issued to them at school in October or early November.
Student Hyperdoc [PDF]
This document contains links to promotional material about applying to university that you can post for your Grade 12 students, and other important information, such as deadlines, university recruitment events and online resources like Ontario Universities' Info (OUInfo) and Ontario Universities' Indigenous Student Resources.
Connect With Ontario Universities Hyperdoc [PDF]
This document outlines the ways students can connect with Ontario universities throughout the entire application process - from starting their research with OUInfo to applying through the OUAC.
Ontario Universities' Information Sessions virtual events are on November 9 and December 1 from 5-8 pm (ET).
The OUInfo website has been updated for 2022-2023 and includes ways for students to engage with Ontario universities (e.g., campus tours, virtual events, webinars). Students can also request information directly from the universities they are interested in.
Applying to College
Applying to college is done on-line through the Ontario College Application System (OCAS).
Grads will need their Ontario Education Number (OEN) - a 9 digit number easily found on your report card or status sheet. You will also need to have our school's mident number. This is a Ministry of Education number that identifies each school in the province of Ontario. The mident number for All Saints CHS is: 724777
Applications to OCAS for equal consideration are due February 1, 2023.
The first date that Ontario Colleges can release offers of admission to qualified applicants will be November 1st, 2022.
May 1st , 2023 is the deadline date to confirm an offer of admission.
To explore and research colleges
Offers of Admissions
How to apply to OCAS
Highly Competitive Programs
Frequently Asked Questions
Review deadlines and criteria carefully - some dates can change and will be updated as required. Most applications require considerable preparation. You will need to check in at Student Services as to when these awards are available to start applying. Applications are due the Monday following March Break by 2:30 p.m to Ms. Chan.
For all applications, you may be required to include n your portfolio the following:
Cover letter speaking to the criteria for the award (250-500 words)
Volunteer work, activities inside and outside of school, and any other pertinent information you think will help with the selection.
Required number of reference letters depending on criteria. Make sure you provide plenty of advance notice to your reference(s).
Good luck applicants!
Support from External Organizations
One way to offset the cost of post-secondary education is through scholarships and bursaries which is money that you can be awarded based on your academic excellence, community involvement and or/financial need. Most of these you will need to do some leg work and prepare an application.
Deadlines and information on different scholarships and bursaries available will trickle in throughout the year. Get started now to prepare your application. Many require the same type of information and prep work: resumes, personal statements describing your community and extra-curricular involvement, reference letters, proof of community service, etc. To find out more information about the different scholarships and bursaries available, you can check the links on this website or the bulletin board outside Student Services.
Getting a scholarship is not just about high marks, as many scholarships are awarded for volunteering, community service and through business and sports connections.
Here are some sites you can visit - good luck!
To all Indigenous students, please check out the Indigenous Bursary Search Tool for information on bursaries and scholarships for Indigenous students in Canada.