University of Alberta Registration 101 Workshop

The University of Alberta will be running two Registration 101 Workshops at Lindsay Thurber on Tuesday, March 12 from 3:30pm - 5:30pm and 5:30pm - 7:30pm. The workshop includes a formal presentation outlining how to navigate the Bear Tracks system for course selection and registration, followed by free time for students to finish their course registration and ask questions. As space is limited and students from all across Central Alberta are invited, please register EARLY!!! 
 In order to participate, you will be required to complete an on-line RSVP by visiting:   

If you have not yet received Early Admission, you must submit your new final Grade 11 and final Grade 12 grades from first term once they are available at  

See Ms Halter if you have questions.

World of Choices 2019 - March 6

World of Choices 2019 will be taking place on March 6, 2019 at the Holiday Inn on Gasoline Alley from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm.  Students in grades 10 - 12 are welcome to attend (sign up with Ms. Halter is required). Transportation will be provided. Students who attend will enjoy a complimentary lunch. This event is a great opportunity for students interested in exploring a variety of different careers.

2019 Scholarship & Post Secondary Information Sessions

Ms Halter and Mrs Nivens will be hosting a series of informal information sessions on scholarships and paying for post secondary programs. Sessions will take place in the Learning Commons. (Sign up is required). See schedule below:

  • Thurs Mar 21 - I'm accepted - now what? (Paying for college/university) - @ NDHS
  • Fri Mar 22 - Scholarship Info - @ NDHS
  • Thurs Apr 18 - Notre Dame Awards Package Info Session - @ NDHS

CAREERexpo 2019

When: May 2, 2019

Where: Red Deer College

Who: All Grade 11 students from Notre Dame will have the opportunity to attend this event.  

Why: Career Exploration!!!

More details to follow. 

My Pass

It is important for students to be responsible for their own academic records and course information. All students are required to sign up for an account in "My Pass."  Click here for instructions on how to do this.

Career Planning Resources

Interested in doing some career planning or exploration? These resources can help you:

My Blueprint


Volunteer Opportunities

Looking for volunteer opportunities in your community? Check out Volunteer Central, a database of volunteer postings by area. Volunteering looks great on a resume and is an important consideration for scholarships! Volunteering is a great way to give back to your community!

Career Appointments

Students are encouraged to book a career appointment in their Grade 12 year to explore career options, to look at education or training requirements needed to obtain employment in a particular field, to learn about post-secondary programs and gain information on scholarships. To book a career appointment with Ms. Halter please see staff in the Learning Commons. Please note appointments will become available to Grade 10 and 11 students in the second semester!

Student Profile Sheet for References

Looking for a reference? Scholarships often require references. Start the process by completing a student profile sheet to outline your accomplishments over the past three years.