Calgary Board of Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Appointment

Sharon Hube-Whitham
SIRS Assistant/
Guidance Secretary
Jack James High School
5105 8th Avenue S.E.
Calgary, Alberta T2A 4M1
e | sehubewhitham@cbe.ab.ca
p |403-248-4145 Ext 2412
f | 403-777-7049

Guidance

Jack James Family of Learners

Jack James’ students want to be successful, and have maybe struggled in the past, even though they work hard. If you are a learner who likes to work with your hands, and wants to have a rewarding job when you finish high school, we want you! If you like smaller classes, where your teacher knows who you are as a student and a person, we are the place for you.
We have successful sports teams who compete with other schools in a small league. Getting on a team is as easy as coming to practice!
Jack James also competes provincially and nationally in Skills Canada which is a competition program for all the different career based shops. Jack James has the largest Calgary School Team and has had Canadian Gold Medal Winners. You could be one, too!
Jack James High Program Guide

Two Pathways to choose from

At Jack James you can complete high school with a Knowledge and Employability Certificate and/or a High School Diploma. Both can lead you to wonderful career opportunities.
Jack James graduates who want to build upon their education may enter many Post-Secondary Institutions like Bow Valley College, SAIT, and Olds College which have specialized programs and apprenticeships.

Motivated Staff

Jack James Staff want to work with you to get good marks and move through your program to graduate in a happy and healthy way. Jack James Staff provide more than just academic support. They are leaders of clubs, sports, and activities throughout the school year. We are a SMALL sized high school with a BIG attitude for success.
The Guidance/Student Services departments currently has 2 counsellors, a Career Practitioner, Work Experience Program, and a Learning Leader of Student Services:

Ms. Jan Davis-Walker
Learning Leader Student Services, responsible for IPPs, Student Records and PLP Program
e | jedaviswalke@cbe.ab.ca
p | 403 248 4054 x2408

Ms. Rhonda Adkins
Career Practitioner ensures all graduating
students have resumes and portfolios!
e | rnadkins@cbe.ab.ca
p | 403 248 4054 x2149

Ms. Michele Konschuh
Learning Leader
works with last names A – L
e | mmkonschuh@cbe.ab.ca
p | 403 248 4054 x2410

Ms. Heather Hood
Lead for Scholarships and
Student Awards
works with last names M – Z
e | hehood@cbe.ab.ca
p | 403 248 4054 x2409

Ms. Angie O'Brien
Work Experience Program
& HCS3000 and RAP Program
e | afobrien@cbe.ab.ca
p | 403 248 4054 x2411

Ms. Jacki Bentley
School Family Liasion
e | jmbentley@cbe.ab.ca
p | 403 248-4054 x2146

Ms. Joanne Wilson
Behaviour Support Worker
e | jfwilson@cbe.ab.ca
p | 403 248-4054 x2402

Mrs. Sharon Hube-Whitham
Guidance Secretary
e | sehubewhitham@cbe.ab.ca
p | 403 248 4145

Ms. Lori Martens
Special Education Assistant
e | lamartens@cbe.ab.ca
p | 403 248 4054 x2408

Students can make appointments with the counsellors before and after school and at noon hours, for timetable and program concerns, personal counselling, career planning and opportunities, and referrals to outside agencies.
Parents, Guardians, other schools and interested parties are welcome to make appointments for tours, program concerns, and the Jack James experience by calling the guidance office 403-248-4145.
All Grade 10 students will meet with their counsellor within the first 6 – 8 weeks of school; Grade 12s before Winter Break, and Grade 11s by Spring Break in second semester.

Sky is the limit

There is so much more that we want you to experience. Be a Jaguar. We hope to see you in the fall as part of the Jack James Family of Learners.

 

Graduates wanting to apply to post-secondary programs

Jack James graduates who want to build upon their education may enter many Post-Secondary Institutions like Bow Valley College, SAIT, and Olds College which have specialized programs and apprenticeships.

Use the following steps to obtain your own SIAMS number that allows you to enroll in any post-secondary school in Alberta and apply for student loans:

  1. Get a recent transcript from the guidance department (you need your grades and your AED numberto complete an application)
  2. Log on to www.applyalberta.ca to start the registration
  3. Remember to record and keep you SIAMS number and password. You will need it!

link to campus alberta awareness

Scholarships

Please see make an appointment with guidance for more information:

 

Forms

For Registration please fill in and bring with you these three forms along with a copy of the studentís birth certificate and last report card/transcript:
  1. Application Form
  2. Informed Consent
  3. Obtaining Confidential Information

Fee Waiver Application
Calgary Transit Bus Pass Rebate