In our society, a lot of people are exposed to the presence of technological material on a daily basis and can not live without them. With the constant technological exposure students have within the school, WRDSB had decided to implement … Continue reading New Aspect to Teaching: Chromebook Addition
Could this be the end of WCI as we know it? Talk around town is that there are big plans for WCI. The future of our school is currently being discussed including a partnership between the Waterloo Region District School … Continue reading Future of WCI
Minutes away from Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo, is CTRL V, a recently opened arcade with a modern twist. This arcade was created by Laurier alumnus Robert Bruski and his partners, Ryan Brooks and James Elligson who … Continue reading Canada’s First Virtual Reality Arcade?
In our society, a lot of people are exposed to the presence of technological material on a daily basis and can not live without them. With the constant technological exposure students have within the school, WRDSB had decided to implement … Continue reading Technological Changes Within WCI: 1:1 initiative
Hey what’s that in your pocket there? Is that a…library? Just think about it thanks to technology now you can carry an entire library in your … Continue reading The library in your pocket
Zeros and lates have been a controversial topic amongst students and faculty at WCI for many years. The debate continues, arguing whether it benefits the student or hinders their ability to reach their full academic potential. In 2013 the Board … Continue reading Late? Just Wait!
Commencement, the event that concludes our four year long journey through high school. The highly anticipated event all parents and high school students look forward to. At Waterloo Collegiate Institute commencement occurs in November the following year of high school, … Continue reading The Inconvenient Commencement
WCI Student Janna has been drawing for as long as she can remember. She first began drawing in cartoons, until age 12, when she began studying more realistic styles with her new art teacher. The huge jump to a more … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Janna K.
First steps are always tough. Escaping from war, saying goodbye to family and friends, leaving hometowns and starting a new life. Newcomers feel nervous and anxious with several expectations about how life could be in Canada. From living in a unfamiliar place, to struggling … Continue reading The Newcomer’s Experience
Have you ever been running late and didn’t have time for breakfast? If so you may have been feeling not so prepared for the day. Nutrition for Learning is a program run every morning within our school and many others … Continue reading Nutrition for Learning: Is it Being Exploited?
WCI is mounting a full version of West Side Story including a 50-piece symphony. Students and staff have been working hard since September. The show will be opening later this fall. More behind-the-scenes updates for the show will be posted. … Continue reading Behind the Scenes: West Side Story
Located on an offshoot off of Hazel, Bao Sandwich Bar offers a modern approach to very diverse array of asian cuisines. Specializing on their Vietnamese sandwiches … Continue reading Bao Sandwich Bar
This past Wednesday, just over 40 Senior Orchestra musicians boarded a bus to head to MusicFest Nationals in Ottawa, ready to compete in the national music … Continue reading WCI Wins Gold at MusicFest
The brash sounds of the band danced with the mellifluous harmonies of the orchestra as the WCI Senior Symphony played with Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute’s symphony on April 20. Together they performed “The Raiders’ March” from Indiana Jones and the … Continue reading WCI Plays at Cameron Concert
Without sufficient time or any spotlight devoted to the issues at hand, WCI might not be able to maintain its Eco Gold status this year. Continue reading Earth Week Gets Overshadowed