Guidance Counsellor Supports

Regina and Area Counsellor Resources

Regina Public Schools strives to provide students and families with an accurate and current list of available community resources. These organizations are not affiliated directly with Regina Public Schools and are meant to be used in the interim until you are able to talk with a guidance counsellor. Regina Public Schools assumes no responsibility for the operation of these outside agencies.

Community Supports:

Please click on the following link to view our current list: Counsellor Resource List

Post-Graduation Planning

Regina Public Schools wants all students to have a plan for post-graduation. We recognize that a lot of time and effort is needed to create a plan which is why Regina Public Schools is working to create a comprehensive support plan for students to receive support from their advisory teacher, guidance counsellor, Indigenous Advocate, parents, and classroom teachers. Regardless of what direction students want to go after graduation, if there are questions about applying for post-secondary, what options are available, or where to find scholarships, we hope that this document serves as a starting point.


Being awarded a scholarship is a great way for students to be recognized for all their hard work, but you will not get a scholarship if you do not apply. Finding scholarships can be a daunting task, but it is worth the effort. This compiled list is a starting point for students and familes to investigate scholarships, but is in no way comprehensive. Families are encouraged to search out additional scholarship opportunites. 

When asking someone to write a reference letter for you, it is important that they know all the wonderful things you have done, both in and outside of school. This form will help you organize your accomplishments to provide to the individual who has agreed to write you a letter. 


myBlueprint is an online resource that all students in Regina Public Schools have access to. It syncs with PowerSchool to provide an accurate look at what post-secondary courses and programs students can get into across Canada.

A few other features include:

  • Interest inventories that can help students to narrow their focus based off of what is of interest to them.

  • Resume and cover letter builder. You enter the information, and it formats it for you. It makes building a resume the easiest part of finding a job.

  • Pre-employment planning.

  • Job searching.

To access your account visit

  • Students create an account unique to their email address. You will need your Saskatchewan Ministry of Education ID number (available in PowerSchool or from your advisory teacher) and your birthdate

  • Follow the Login and Signup instructions

If you need help with your account, talk to your advisory teacher or Student Services for assistance.

Parents- Here is information on how you can create an account and follow along with your child’s progress.


Volunteering is a great way to make a difference in your community, learn and explore your community, improve your resume, and determine future pathways.