Our older son is currently in grade 12. We just went through the whole university application process. Since grade 9, they started to talk about the transition to high school, helping students map their high school courses. From grades 10 to 12, they organized different events including university admission officer visits and scholarship application seminars, providing guidance on application essays and interviews, and spent many hours on recommendation letters. Both post-secondary advising directors are very approachable: we had booked a few family meetings with them and my son had one-on-one meetings with them numerous times. Just before Christmas of 2019, my older son got an early acceptance letter from Yale! It is his dream school and we are all very excited and thankful.
The school had a full time career and university counsellor, who had a great relationship with universities around the continent. There were several presentations given to us by universities. I know the school now has organized tours for students to visit universities across the country. They also have WIC alumni meet with the student's and give them a tour as well as answer any questions. I had a huge amount of guidance and help in the application process. We were given time during school to complete applications and had lots of support from our counsellor. I was able to get an early acceptance with multiple scholarships because of the help and support I received. We completed different surveys to help in selecting an appropriate post-secondary program that fit with our passion or ambition.