Student ServicesDecember 23, 2022
St. John’s offers a wide variety of services for all of our students including library services, medical clinic, counselling services, resource centre and cafeteria.
Clinical Support Services
Clinicians from the following disciplines are available for consultation, individual assessment and planning: reading, hearing, speech, social work and psychology. Psychiatric services can also be accessed. If you wish further information please contact one of the counsellors.
The Winnipeg School Division Attendance Officer responds to referrals made by the school counsellor, or when an attendance issue requires additional support and follow-up with a home visit.
Community Liason Officers
The Community Liaison Officers and Settlement Counsellors representing some of our many ethnic groups are available for consultation and referral. Please contact a counsellor for further information.
St. John's Teen Medical Clinic
The Medical Clinic is located next to the Guidance Office and is open every Wednesday from 11:15 to 4:00 p.m. A doctor and two nurses from Mt. Carmel Clinic offer confidential services to all students. Medical care, counselling support and health information is available. Services are voluntary, confidential, non-judgmental and accessible.
St. John's Community Student Resource Centre
Mondays at St. John's Library (500 Salter St) ; Tuesdays at COTE; Wednesdays at Ndinawe Resource Centre and Thursdays at St. John's Library (500 Salter St). All from 4:00-6:00 p.m. A place for: homework/research; typing your paper; accessing computers; working together with friends; assistance from student volunteers/tutors.
St. John’s High School offers a full service cafeteria offering daily lunch specials.
St. John's School Store - Tiger Square
Our school store provides goods/services to the students and staff at St. John's High School. The three departments in the store are: St. John's clothing, school supplies and confectionery. The store also provides a focus for school events, such as advertising, and our large front window display.
An active Student Council, plans a full calendar of events for students. Regular pep rallies, dances and Spirit Week are hosted at the school plus other special events related to various social and humanitarian causes. Our student council activities have regularly supported The United Way, Rossbrook House and Winnipeg Harvest. Our students are increasingly involved in decision making in the school. Students who participate have the opportunity to develop leadership, communication, and organization skills.