Extracurricular activities basically mean “activities supplementary to a course of study,” but I believe that they are essential to every student’s learning experience. Clubs allow students to explore their physical, creative, social, political, and career interests, with like-minded people. The … Continue reading Why You Should Be Involved: The Benefits of Extracurriculars
Growing up as a child living in Ontario, I’ve experienced firsthand the push for physically active lifestyles from the provincial government. We’ve all seen it. Whether it be the ads in our children’s television show commercials translating to ads on … Continue reading Organized Sports: The Unwritten Reality
Here are some pictures from the Sr. Boys Volleyball season! Continue reading Sr. Boys Volleyball Pictures
At WCI, one of the most underappreciated fall sports is Cross Country (acronym XC). Contrary to popular belief, Cross Country is actually a riveting, highly competitive sport with stellar athletes in association. There have been standouts such as both Maddie … Continue reading Athlete Profile: Scott Arndt
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’?
Nike Abiodun is a passionate student athlete. She is 17 years old and currently in Grade 12. She is a student who has been a member of the Track and Field team for 3 years now. She loves track and … Continue reading Athlete Profile: Nike Abiodun
Battle of Waterloo, the age-old tradition at WCI, is a huge event that is celebrated annually. It is an event that has been going on for as long as I can remember and is valued by staff and students alike. … Continue reading Battle of Waterloo 2017
A new year at WCI comes with change and with change comes new teachers. Meet one of the new gym teachers: Mr. Wesson. You can catch him in any of the gyms or power fit room at … Continue reading Staff Profile: Jasper Wesson
Is the Viking logo really ours to use? We asked Ms. Strickler for some history. Continue reading Plagiarized Logo
You don’t have to know Ramla well to be aware of how passionate she is about sports at WCI. You almost never see her in the halls without her gym bag slung over her shoulder. She’s been a three-sport athlete … Continue reading Athlete Profile: Ramla Abdalla
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
For our Athlete of the week, we have Bryce Scarrow; a well-admired and very skilled Viking athlete that puts his heart and soul into every sport he plays. He has contributed a lot to this school and is an outstanding … Continue reading Athlete Profile: Bryce Scarrow
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
Here are some photographs of the senior girls volleyball team. Continue reading Girls Volleyball Photos