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Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School
Student Services
  • Jan 22, 2019
    06:30 PM - 09:15 PM
    Parents as Career Coaches: Funding your Child's Education!
    Parents as Career Coaches: Funding your Child's Education!
    Jan 22, 2019
    06:30 PM - 09:15 PM
    Parent$ as Career Coache$: Funding your Child’$ Education!
    January 22, 2019 - 6:30 pm – 9:15 pm
    Regina Trades and Skills Centre
    1275 Albert Street, Regina

    5:30 pm – 6:30 pm Presenter Set Up and Pizza Dinner
    6:30 pm - 7:00 pm Trade show booths open
    7:00 pm - 7:15 pm Welcome RDIEC & RTSC Executive Directors
    7:15 pm – 8:00 pm TCU Financial Group- & Canada Sask. Student Loans
    8:00 pm – 8:10 pm Break
    8:15 pm - 8:45 pm Breakout Session 1
    8:45 pm - 9:15 pm Breakout Session 2

    Each of these presentations will be offered in Session 1 and 2:
    • Applying for Scholarships
    • Applying for Band Funding
    • Canadian Armed Forces
    • Regina Trades & Skills
    • Sask. Apprenticeship
    • U of Regina Co-op Program

    9:15 pm Re-convene for Bursary/Draws/Conclusion

    Booths: GTI [GabrielTechnical Institute]
    SIIT [Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology]
    Saskatchewan Polytechnic
    U of R [University of Regina]
    Canadian Armed Forces
    Saskatchewan Apprenticeship & Trade Certification –
    Avant-Garde College

    There will be two - $500.00 bursaries awarded, one sponsored by TCU Financial Group and the other by the Regina Chamber of Commerce and RDIEC at the conclusion of this event to two lucky Grade 12 students. The winners must be in attendance at the time of the draw. One entry / family.

    Organized by the Regina District Industry Education Council [RDIEC]
  • Feb 09, 2019
    09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
    WITT - Women in Trades and Technology
    WITT - Women in Trades and Technology
    Feb 09, 2019
    09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
    Women in Trades and Technology (WITT) Is it time for you to start planning for the career of your future? Have you always wanted to work with tools but haven't had the opportunity? Are you interested in technology but haven't had a chance to really try it out? Are you interested in investigating a career in a trade or technology field? Upcoming Events Women in Trades Exploratory

    This hands-on career exploration course for women 15 years of age and up offers an introduction to a variety of basic trade skills. Each workshop is led by a female trades professional and course content includes basic skills in: Auto Body, Automotive Servicing, Building Systems (Regina only), Carpentry, Electrical, Machining, Masonry (Saskatoon only), Plumbing, and Welding. CSA Approved steel toed safety boots required.

    This is an ongoing program offered in the fall and then again in the winter. The winter course dates are: Feb.9/10, Feb. 23/24, Mar 9/10, and Mar 23/24 Cost $300.00 For more information, email or find a Campus WITT Coordinator contact information at
  • Feb 09, 2019
    09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    RCMP Career Presentation
    RCMP Career Presentation
    Feb 09, 2019
    09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    SGI Canada Theatre, RCMP Heritage Centre (5907 Dewdney Avenue)
    Offers you the chance to hear first-hand from our recruiters about the exciting career opportunity that awaits you. You’ll also get into the details of the recruiting process including the requirements and expectations for applying and how to prepare for each stage. If you’re still not sure and want to know more, this is the presentation for you.

    To register Call 1-877-726-7472 or email Be sure to include the following information: Your name Email address or phone number Date and location of presentation Please arrive 15 minutes prior to presentation with identification.
  • Feb 13, 2019
    11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    Career Spotlight: Global News Regina
    Career Spotlight: Global News Regina
    Feb 13, 2019
    11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    Global News
    This spotlight will focus on journalism and news reporting, both in front of and behind the camera, at Global News Regina. Students will have an opportunity to meet reporters, technology support and news editors, and tour the facility. Reporters will explain the type of work they do, the technology involved in reporting, etc. Students may also watch a broadcast. Students should be extremely interested in the English language, writing, journalism and news reporting, including in front of or behind the cameras, as a potential career.

    Parent Permission forms are available on the Career Board (outside of Student Services). Please return these to a Guidance Counsellor by February 7th.
  • Feb 13, 2019
    03:30 PM - 07:30 PM
    University of Regina - Admission on the Spot
    University of Regina - Admission on the Spot
    Feb 13, 2019
    03:30 PM - 07:30 PM
    (University of Regina - location TBA)
    What is Admission on the Spot?

    At an Admission on the Spot event, future students are helped through the application process, any questions about programs are answered, and students are able to submit their application and have it processed all in one evening! This means students can skip the waiting and, if possible, be admitted to the University of Regina that day.

    Why come to our December Admission on the Spot?
    Discounted application fee ($70 instead of $100)
    Receive a free pair of limited edition U of R mittens
    Leave the event being admitted to your faculty of choice*
    Free housing applications, additional scholarships, & other incentives
    What programs can you apply to?

    Students can apply into all programs; HOWEVER, we cannot admit students into some of our competitive entry programs (i.e., Nursing). We can admit students to the following faculties at this event:

    Faculty of Arts
    Faculty of Business Administration
    Faculty of Education (excludes Indigenous Education & Joint BMUSED Program)
    Note: You must bring your completed Teacher Education Application Profile.
    Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science
    Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies
    Faculty of Media, Art & Performance
    Faculty of Science
    Faculty of Social Work (Pre-Social Work only)
*Students applying into the Faculty Nursing will receive the discounted application fee and the free pair of mittens. However, due to the competitive admission process, we will NOT be able to admit students into this program at the event.

Who can attend Admission on the Spot?
Current grade 12 students
High school graduates & mature students
Students who have taken other post-secondary education**
Students with international documents**
**Students with international or post-secondary documents can receive the discounted application fee; however, will NOT be admitted that same day.

What should you bring to Admission on the Spot?

Application Fee: $70.00 for your application fee (cash, cheque, or credit card)
Current High School Students: A school certified/unofficial transcript (ask your guidance counsellor or principal in advance)
High School Graduates: Please bring your official final high school transcript.
Applying to Education: Don't forget your Teacher Education Application Profile. Be sure to start early and bring it completed!


Rhonda.jpgRhonda Horvath

(306) 791-7255

Denise.png​Denise Endicott

(306) 751-4607


Resource Officer

Constable Graham Borne
School: 791-7250​

Constable Graham is the resource officer for LeBoldus, as well as for several south elementary schools. He is available to help students and parents with legal or personal issues.​​

Subject Selection

​Guidance and Counselling Services

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Personal counselling is available to all students regarding: 

  • decision making 
  • peer issues 
  • social situations 
  • family issues 
  • conflict 
  • referral to outside agencies​


Counsellors offer support in many areas such as:

  • course selection and placement 
  • timetabling 
  • study skills 
  • transition issues (gr. 8 - gr. 9) and (gr.12 - post secondary) 
  • credit checks 
  • grad status reports 
  • Ministry of Sask.evaluations 
  • obtaining transcripts for post secondary​


Counsellors provide information and facilitate processes on:

  • career searches
  •  scholarships 
  • letters of reference 
  • resume writing * interest inventories 
  • financial aid 
  • spend-a-day programs 
  • study and/or travel abroad
  • application workshops ​​​


​Links to Post-Secondary Opportunities


1. Post Secondary Institutions Access Sites

​These sites provides access to ALL public and private post secondary institutions in Canada. They also have links to other public post secondary institutions worldwide.

2. The Homepage for Human Resources Development Canada.

Their mission enable Canadians to participate fully in the workplace and the community. It includes the National Job Bank and other National Labour Market Information is available.

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3. Youth Resource Network of Canada.

This site is "one-stop shopping" for young Canadians with links to a range of tools and information from.governments and community organizations. Resources through this site help young people make informed decisions about careers and skills. At this site also offers links to other sites featuring Canada's educational institutions, financial assistance, reports and publications. The site is connected to Industry Canada's National Graduate Register which links graduates with.potential employers.

 4​​​. Canada Career Consortium

This is a comprehensive source of Career interaction sponsored by a consortium of groups from the government and private sector.

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5. The College Board on Line.

This is a comprehensive link to U.S. colleges, SAT information and registration.

6. Career Builder

One of the top 30 trafficked websites in the world, has turned its focus to international markets in recent years. With offices in the U.S., Canada, UK, Sweden and more, CareerBuilder continues to expand around the world, and has unlimited professional opportunities to offer global-minded individuals.



7. CanLearn Interactive

This is an easy to use, one-step web-resource that will explore career possibilities, identify education and training requirements, develop learning strategies and create financial plans to achieve goals.

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