Amanda started swimming lessons when she was 3 months old, and competitive swimming at 7 years old. At that time, her mom gave her an ultimatum: swim competitively or figure skate competitively. Afraid of getting injured through skating, Amanda decided … Continue reading Athlete Profile: Amanda Gutzke
Everyone gets sick, things come up, and recovery requires time off of school. Missing school for both teachers and students can be quite difficult. It affects everyone in different ways and students find that it impacts them in a negative … Continue reading How Teacher Absence Affects Students
Take a look at your fellow WCI staff and students getting into the holiday spirit with PJ day, door decorating, and festive sweaters! Continue reading WCI is Getting Into the Holiday Spirit!
Two weeks of freedom is here! But what are your plans? Staying in bed and watching Netflix? That’ll probably last you at least two days and then what? So here is a list of things you can do over the … Continue reading What to Do Over the Winter Break
To start off, here’s a little recap of this semester’s Entrepreneurial Challenge groups: Homerun Hot Dogs Baker Boys For Heaven’s Cakes Mac Attack … Continue reading Entrepreneurial Challenge; Submit Your Vote
Its the last week of school before winter break which means a few things: repetitive Christmas movies, handing in last minute assignments and LOTS of ugly sweaters. Heres a few things going on this week to help keep you in … Continue reading What’s Happening This Week?
Annabelle is one of many extraordinary artists here at WCI. Whether you’ve seen her dancing as a Spirit Dancer in an assembly, playing violin in our school’s orchestra, or even doing both in a school show, her talent is undeniable. … Continue reading Artist Profile: Annabelle Duff
WCI’s annual semi-formal dance is held just after the start of the second semester. Throughout the year, WCI has very few dances: grade nine party in September, which is for grade nines and grad buddies only; Arts Ball and Athletic … Continue reading Semi 2018, Changing for the Better
Parmpreet Mangat is currently a Grade 12 student at WCI. She is a well-rounded student who participates in an immense amount of extracurriculars while managing a full course load of University stream courses. Despite having an exceptionally busy schedule and … Continue reading Student Profile: Parmpreet Mangat
The Future is Female; not to be interpreted to say men are the less significant gender, nor is it saying that women are the more significant gender, rather that women will no longer live in a male-dominated world. This phrase … Continue reading The Future is Female
As exams approach, finding ways to keep yourself focused and motivated while studying seems to get more and more challenging. Studying with music in the background certainly isn’t for everyone, but it makes it much more interesting for me, personally. … Continue reading Songs to Get You Through Studying
Our new vice principal, Erika Litschgy, may be just what WCI needs to mix things up. She comes from a unique background, where she did everything from teaching science to organizing wrestling tournaments. Litschgy is a self-proclaimed nerd, so she loves … Continue reading Staff Profile: VP Erika Litschgy
We’ve all done it: asked to go get a drink from the water fountain, had one drink and then taken a leisurely stroll down the hallway for some time out of the classroom. I’m not sure about you, but whenever … Continue reading Top 5 Water Fountains at WCI
Between school, homework, and extracurriculars, it’s hard to find time for basic human needs. Students at WCI are strong academically, but these grades may be coming at a price. Are students raising their grades ethically? Are they cheating? Or are … Continue reading Sleep; the Real Reason You Aren’t Passing Your Classes