Student FAQ

Q:    I am a student at North Nova, how do I get a transcript?

A:     You need to list your name and the number of copies you require.    Keep checking the binder, when your name is highlighted your transcript is ready.  Please see Mr. Langille to pick up your transcript. 

All graduates are provided with three (3) official copies of their transcript upon graduation.  These transcripts will be included in the graduate envelope they recieve on graduation night.

 

Q:    I am a former student at North Nova, how do I get a transcript during the school year?

A:        You should contact  the administration office, by phoning 902-755-8180 extension 101 or by e-mail at cameronm@ccrsb.ca.

Each time you request transcripts there is a fee of $ 5.00 for the first transcript and $ 1.00 for each additional transcript requested.  This fee must be paid before the transcript is released.

 

Q:    I am a former student at North Nova, how do I get a transcript over the summer months when NNEC offices are closed?

A:    Over the summer months, the NNEC school offices are closed during the months of July & August.

Former students requiring transcripts for 2010 to present date can contact Christopher Weeks by email WeeksC@ccrce.ca throughout the summer months.

If you graduated before 2010 and need an official transcript,  you must contact NNEC to request a copy.  Please contact the administration office by phoning 902-755-8180 extension 101 or by e-mail at cameronm@ccrsb.ca.

Each time you request transcripts there is a fee of $ 5.00 for the first transcript and $ 1.00 for each additional transcript requested.  This fee must be paid before the transcript is released.

 

Q:    I am a former student of East Pictou Rural High, New Glasgow High School or Trenton High School, how do I get a transcript?

A:    Contact  the administration office by phoning 902-755-8180 extension 101 or by e-mail at cameronm@ccrsb.ca.

Each time you request transcripts there is a fee of $ 5.00 for the first transcript and $ 1.00 for each additional transcript requested.  This fee must be paid before the transcript is released.

 

Q:    I am a former student at East Pictou Rural High, New Glasgow High School or Trenton High School, how do I get a transcript over the summer months when NNEC offices are closed?

A:    Over the summer months, the NNEC school offices are closed during the months of July & August.

Unfortunately, transcripts for students who did not attend NNEC are only available when school is open.  You can contact the administration office by phoning 902-755-8180 extension 101 or by e-mail at cameronm@ccrsb.ca.  Please leave a detailed message and it will be answered when staff return at the end of August.

Each time you request transcripts there is a fee of $ 5.00 for the first transcript and $ 1.00 for each additional transcript requested.  This fee must be paid before the transcript is released.

 

Q:    Can I drop a course once the semester has begun?

A:    You can drop a course until the first report card goes home.  

        If you drop your course by these deadlines the course will not appear on your transcript.

 

Q:    How many credits do I need to graduate?

A:    18 credits

        5 credits at the Grade 12 level

        No more than 7 credits at the Grade 10 level

There are also credits required by the Nova Scotia Department of Education to graduate in Nova Scotia.  Refer to page 3 of the course selection guide. 

 

Q:    I need to contact a guidance counselor, who do I contact?

A:    Grade 9 & 10 students - Ms. Giles 902-755-8180 extension 191 or email gilesj@ccrsb.ca

       Grade 11 & 12  - Mrs. Lochead 902-755-8180 extension 192 or e-mail locheadd@ccrsb.ca

 

Q:    I want to transfer to another school, how do I do this?

A:    A transfer form must be completed and you must speak to the school principal  about your reason for wanting to transfer to another school.   Transfer forms can be obtained from the school’s administration office.  The sending school principal must first sign the Transfer form before the form is given to the receiving school Principal.

 

Q:   How do I know when to take lunch?

A:    All students take lunch from 11:40 pm to 12:30 pm.       

    

Q:    I am concerned that I am not taking the right courses for graduation requirements or future studies.  Who should I speak to?

A:    Student Services staff is available to help you.  Contact the department to request an appointment.

       Registrar - Mr. Langille 902-755-8180 ext 190 or e-mail langillej@ccrsb.ca.

       Grade 9 & 10 students - Ms. Giles 902-755-8180 extension 191 or email gilesj@ccrsb.ca

       Grade 11 & 12  - Mrs. Lochead 902-755-8180 extension 192 or e-mail locheadd@ccrsb.ca