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May 30
Summer School Information

​The Department of Education and Early Childohood Development is offering a free summer llearning program for students entering grade 10, 11 or 12.  This program allows you to earn a mark that will be added to your regular school transcript.  

These are full courses and take significant amount of time to complete- 3 to 4 hours a day.  If you want to improve a mark or get ahead in a course, and you have the time to commit, this program might be right for you!  Please click on the link below for more details!  

Registration opens June 1st.

Summer Learning for Students 2022.pdfSummer Learning for Students 2022.pdf

May 30
Oromocto Chamber of Commerce

​The Oromocto & Area Chamber of Commerce will award one (1) outstanding Oromocto High School (OHS) graduating student with a scholarship valued at $1000.  Students must currently be in grade 12 and planning to graduate.​

Please see attached application.OACC_Scholarship Application_Electronic Version.docxOACC_Scholarship Application_Electronic Version.docx

May 29
Royal Canadian Legion Branch #93

​The Royal Canadian Legion #93 awards bursaries to graduating students of Oromocto High School to assist with post-secondary education.

Bursaries will be granted based on the following:

Academic AttainmnetRoyal Canadian Legion Branch 93  2022.pdfRoyal Canadian Legion Branch 93 2022.pdf


Extra Curricular Leadership

With Preferential selection to candidates who are children or grandchildren of deceased or disabled veterans, children or grandchildren of veterans and children of members of Branch #93. 

May 27
Scholarhips Bursaries & Awards Brag Sheet

We want to showcase your scholarships, awards and bursaries!

Click on the link below to let us know what you have been awarded from the post-secondary or apprenticeship program you will be attending!

These awards will be highlighted during the graduation ceremony!


March 23
OHS Course Selection Handbook 2022-2023

​Parents, guardians and students please see the following course selection handbook for the school year 2022-2023. 

Handbook of Course Outlines 2022-2023.pdfHandbook of Course Outlines 2022-2023.pdf

March 17
Guidance Course Selection Presentation

​Parents/guardians/students- please see the following guidance presentation for course selections. 

Course Selections2022.wmvCourse Selections2022.wmv

November 05
Guidance Appt's/HelpLines

Parents and Guardians:

Our Guidance Counselors are still keeping their regular appointments with students. You or your child can contact the appropriate Guidance Counselor listed below for an appointment based on last name.  

A- Go: Kelly Pryor- kelly.pryor@nbed.nb.ca

Gr-N: Trina Kokoski- trina.kokoski@nbed.nb.ca

O-Z: April Morrison- april.morrison@nbed.nb.ca

Mental Health Services

Please reach out to any of these free & confidential services


CHIMO 450-4537 or 1-800-667-5005

Provides 24/7 phone support for help with thoughts of suicide & emotional stress


Mental Health & Addictions Services & Mobile Crisis Unit 453-2132 

Responsive services to people who are experiencing a mental health crisis.


Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868 or Text 686868

Provides 24/7 phone and text support.


If in Crisis call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.​

October 29
OHS Bell Schedule

​Parents, guardians and students- Please note that the OHS bell schedule can be found under the "About Us" tab under the "School Hours" button. 

October 21
NBCC Presentation

​NBCC will be coming in Thursday October 21 period 3 to discuss program opportunities.  You can pick up your permission slip in the guidance office.

Come see what programs are out there for you to explore!

October 21
Looking for information on scholarships? 

​Please review the OHS how to apply for scholarships presentation

  • Where you can find scholarship opportunities
  • What you can do now to be ready to apply for upcoming scholarships

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