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Registration Questions - We would be happy to help you. Please call the main office at 403 289 9241.

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Grad 12 Students - Your opinion counts twice. Please complete a survey telling us of your school experience! Please click here.

Congratulations to Concert Band and Symphonic Band for bringing back two gold medals from the Alberta Band Association’s Provincial Festival of Bands in Red Deer - May 16

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.
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

Alberta Wilderness Academy -summer program for HS students is July 11-15 2016 at Castle Mountain Resort in SW Alberta.  This is an incredible environmental educational opportunity open to all AB students who are entering grades 10-12 in September 2016. Students can earn high school credits while becoming ecological savvy and build career connections.  Cost is $250.00 and includes all lodging, meals and materials. The program is being sponsored by Alberta Parks & Rec, Fish & Wildlife, Search & Rescue, the Alpine Club of Canada, and Castle Mountain. For more information please email cliftonj@lrsd.ab.ca

With International Languages: Broaden your mind and expand your future horizon!

Phrase of the week:

French: Félicitations à nos gradué(e)s de la classe de 12ième  (Congratulations to Our Gr 12 Graduates)

German: Hast du heute Zeit für mich?

Spanish: ¿Te gustaría trabjar juntos? (Tay goostareeya trabahar hoontos?)  Do you want to work together?

Chinese: 明人不做暗事
míng rén bú zuò àn shì

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SWC School Master Calendar
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Churchillian - Daily Bulletin

Athletic Weekly Schedule

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May 26 - Graduation Celebrations - No Classses

May 27 - Non-Instructional Day - No Classes

June 3 - All SWC Library books are due.

June 9 - Modified Schedule - Last day of regular classes
P1 - 8:30 - 9:10
P2 - 9:15 - 9:55
P3 - 10:00 - 10:40
P4 - 10:45 - 11:25

June 10 - 28 - Final Exams, Flex Classes and Lab Exams - click here for more details

June 13 - Diploma Course Mark Appeal Day

June 23 - Non-Diploma Course Mark Appeal Day

June 28 - Report Card and Refund Cheque pick up 9:00 - 12:00 and 1:00 - 3:00. Or leave a self address envelope and items will be mailed in July.

June 29 - School Closed for Summer!

July 4 - 29 - Summer School

August 24 & 25 - Office Opens for Registration Paperwork




Please click here for End of Semester Schedule Information

Office Hours
(instructional school days)
Mon to Thurs 8:00 am - 3:45 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

Daily Timetable / Schedule

Grade 10 Information

course planning guide CBE Detailed Course Guide

SWC Course List 2016 - 2017

SWC Course Guide 2016 - 2017

Grade 12 Course Planning and Post Secondary Guide

May IB Exam Schedule

JUNE 2016 Exam Schedule

LifeTouch School Photo Information

CBE Calendar 2015 - 2016 Traditional

CBE Calendar 2016 - 2017 Traditional

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!

SWC School Development Plan

Alberta Education - myPass and Transcript Changes. Please click here for details.

Alberta Health Services: Resources for Schools and Teachers - click here for details


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.

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