At WCI, when you think of school spirit you probably think about sports. In particular, football. Battle of Waterloo is a timeless tradition at our school. The staff and students of WCI all come together to watch and support the Boys … Continue reading Do We Need a New ‘Battle’?
Dear United States of America, On September 28th, 2017, a man by the name of Stephen Paddock checked into room 32135 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel. From his room on the 32nd floor of the hotel, he had a clear … Continue reading Dear America
If you were a grade 9 involved with grad buddies please fill out this short survey for future reference. Grad Buddies (Grade 9) If you were a grad involved with grad buddies please fill out this short survey for future … Continue reading Grad Buddies survey
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
Is a male dressing up as a female for laughs something that should’ve ended a long time ago? For those who aren’t familiar with the term “transgender”, they are people who have a gender identity, or gender expression, that differs … Continue reading Think First
The students of WCI answer some questions about the best places to eat at lunch! Continue reading WCI Polls: Lunch Time
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?
Students of WCI answered some questions about their take on Spirit of Waterloo 2016! Continue reading WCI Polls: Spirit of Waterloo
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