IN THE SPOTLIGHT
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In addition, if you want to receive any text messages from our school, you need to opt-in by texting the word YES to the six-digit number 724665.
Registration Questions - We would be happy to help you. Please call the main office at 403 289 9241.
Student Mentorship Program - Remember your first year here at Sir Winston Churchill? Much less your first day? Perhaps as a Grade 10 student you were scared or nervous. We can be pretty intimidating here with our IB smartness. We are looking for volunteers to help our new grade 10 students adjust and settle in our school the coming September. You will be a friendly face to 5 or 6 grade 10 students! If you are interested in the Buddy Mentorship Program please give your name to Mr. Ackerman, Ms. Lee for more information!
TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 2016! - CBE Chief Superintendent's Grad Message
TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 2016! - CBE Board of Trustees' Message
Churchill Chronicle (school newspaper) is now available.
Monthly Issue: June
Issue 6: May 25 - 30
Issue 5: May 15 - 21
Issue 4: May 9 - 16
Issue 3: April 26 - May 2
Issue 2: April 19 - 25
First Issue: April 11 - 17
With International Languages: Broaden your mind and expand your future horizon!
Phrase of the week:
French: Restez calme et bonne chance à tous pour les examens.
Keep calm and best wishes on your exams.
German: Toi, toi, toi für die Prüfungen!
Spanish: ¿Cuánto cuesta? (kwantoh cwestah) How much does it cost?
zhī zhī zhě bù rú hào zhī zhě，
hào zhī zhě bù rú lè zhī zhě.
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SWC School Master Calendar
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Churchillian - Daily Bulletin
School Opening Newsletter
Athletic Weekly Schedule
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August 24 & 25 - Office Opens for Registration Paperwork
August 30 - Welcome Back Grade 12 Students!
August 30 - New International Students - Welcome to Churchill! Click here for your school opening schedule!
August 31 - Welcome Back Grade 11 Students!
August 31 - 9:00 IB Math 10 Challenge Exam - Library - Students who have completed Math 10 prior to attending SWC and are interested in the Math IB program must pass the Math 10 Candidate Challenge Exam or be enrolled in Math 10 Candidate Course.
September 1 - Welcome Back Grade 10 Students!
September 1 - 1:00 pm - Student Mentorship Program - Grade 11 and 12 students who have signed up, please meet in the school theatre.
September 6 - Assemblies and Home Rooms -
9:00 am - Grade 12
10:00 am - Grade 11
11:00 am - Grade 10
Setpember 6 - 10:30 am - Grade 10 IB Candidate Meeting - If you are interested in participating in the IB program, please attend an important meeting in the theatre.
September 7 - 8:55 Home Room followed by regular classes with a Wednesday schedule.
September 7 - Lunch Break - Cross Country Meeting - room 202 - Everyone Welcome!
September 13 and 14 - Club Fair at lunch in the main foyer.
September 14 - 7:00 pm - School Council - Everyone Welcome!
September 15 - Lunch - Junior Achievement will be presenting information to students in the theatre.
Office Hours NEW
(instructional school days)
Mon to Thurs 7:45 am - 3:30 pm
Friday 7:45 am - 1:45 pm
JUNE 2016 Exam Schedule (January 2017 exam schedule is set prior to October Parent Teacher Student Conference)
ID CARDS REQUIRED! SWC students are required to have their current year picture ID CARDS with them as long as they are in the building.
Student Handbook - Student are advised to read this year's student handbook which covers everything you need to know about life at Sir Winston Churchill High School including important dates. and important dates.
Athletics Authorization Form- for students wishing to tryout!
Alberta Education - myPass and Transcript Changes. Please click here for details.
Alberta Health Services: Resources for Schools and Teachers - click here for details
IMPORTANT CBE INFORMATION
All In for Youth is a citywide initiative focused on school completion. Its goal is to reduce the high school dropout rate in Calgary by 50% by 2017. Developed by United Way of Calgary and Area, All In for Youth is guided by three principles: Keep youth in school, bring youth back and connect youth to continuing education.