Academics & Support

High School Programs

OCSB high schools offer a variety of programs to suit a wide array of student learning styles and interests.

Our school is proud to host SHSM programs in 3 different economic sectors: Construction, Non-Profit, and Sports. Students also have the opportunity to participate in SHSM programs hosted at other OCSB schools. See your Guidance Counsellor for details.

Student Services

Guidance Counsellors

Karla Rocha (A-F)
Darryl O'Brien (G-N)
Keith DeCoste (O-Z)

Guidance Counsellors are available to answer questions related to timetables, career planning, personal and social issues, special educational needs, and to suggest possible referrals to appropriate school personnel and outside agencies.

High-performance athletes & artists

If your child is a high performing athlete or artist at the provincial, national, or international level, we understand they need the flexibility to train while continuing with their academic studies. Contact your guidance counsellor to discuss accommodations for your child.

Student Services Department

Department Head of Student Services

Keith DeCoste

Student Services Administrator

Kimberly Brownrigg

Guidance Counsellors

Students' Last Name A to F: Karla Rocha

Students' Last Name G to N: Darryl OBrien

Students' Last Name O to Z: Keith DeCoste

Cooperative Education

Tracy Rino

Hugh Graham

Destination Employability

Darryl O'Brien


Hugh Graham

Joel Yates

Shelley Hay

Tanya Wilson

Student Success Teacher

Kerry Nolan

Achievement Centre

Byron MacInnis

Karla Rocha

Inclusion Coordinator

Julian Hall

Developmental Education Teacher

Lorena MacDonald

For All High School Students

Pease click on the Department electronic Course Carousel below for a google presentation of St. Mark electives available to high school students within that department.

Specialized Pathways Presentations (grades 11/12)

Specialist High Skills Majors (SHSMs) at St. Mark

Apprenticeship and Skilled Trades Pathway

During #ocsbSTEAM​ week, the OCSB held a webinar with Dr. Jon Callegher, talking about 5 Great Reasons for a Career in the Trades.

Academic Support Resources