These are all examples of “distracting, immodest or unsafe clothing and will not be permitted”. – WCI Dress Code Policy. Do you agree? NO spaghetti strap NO bare midriffs NO shorts that are too short NO sheer clothing NO hats … Continue reading WCI Dress Code Infractions
A part of living in Canada is dealing with the weather that comes along during the winter. It isn’t always safe to get to school by car or buses so the school board decides to either delay buses, cancel buses … Continue reading School Closures- WEATHER or Not to Stay Open
Commencement is a time when graduates come together one last time to say goodbye. It is built up to be one of the biggest events in your high school experience. This year’s edition did not live up to the hype. An … Continue reading Commencement 2016
The Battle of Waterloo has been built up to be one of the biggest and most important events of the school year. The whole school is dismissed from their classes to attend an assembly to get everyone “hyped” for the … Continue reading Is Football the Right Sport to Represent our School?
MULTI 2016: Evolve was more about acceptance than culture. Continue reading Multi 2016: Did It Evolve?
FJORD was the brainchild of students in the Applied Journalism/Yearbook course this past semester. The course was housed in room 240, where FJORD’s staff worked tirelessly to cover school events and issues that were important to the WCI community. The end … Continue reading FJORD Staff Change: From Course to Club
This week, the nominations for the categories were released, and while most of the films, actors, and production crews were well deserving of the nominations, something about them has not gone unnoticed. Continue reading The Flaws and Faults of The Oscars
Let your inner child out and colour inside the lines! Continue reading Artists Spotlight: “Not For Kids”
With the anticipation of the new movie, looking back the Star Wars characters taught me a lot about life. Hopefully they did for you, too. Continue reading 6 Things Star Wars Can Teach You About Life
We interviewed a few students about their holiday traditions. Continue reading Viking Polls: Holiday Traditions
“Whether it was being the guy anyone could turn to if they needed help or advice, or whether it was charitable work through student council, Jacob was there.” Continue reading A Tournament to Remember a Viking
These gems, the Latin course and Classics club, are little known despite the opportunities they provide for students. Continue reading The Roman Empire of WCI
Victims of suicide bombs never face their attackers. The Last 15 Seconds, this year’s teacher-led dramatic production at WCI, explores this imagined interaction through invented scenes and dialogue between a victim and a suicide bomber. Continue reading WCI Enters Drama Competition with The Last 15 Seconds
In WCI holiday tradition, the Door Decorating Contest for homeroom classes had students racing against the Period A clock to design doors to impress the judges and celebrate the season. Continue reading WCI Poll: Door Decorating Contest