In the next month, students will receive their second semester grades and for many these are merely four more marks on their transcript. But for Grade 12 and fifth year students, these marks may be the key to their success or the cause of their failure. […]
If you don’t have a car and have needed to use public transit to get around Kitchener-Waterloo (KW), you will know it’s a long process, depending on where you need to get to, and after a couple transfers […]
Here are a few pictures from the Senior Boys Volleyball season.
As the last leaves fall from their trees, and the winter frost start to creep in, it is evident that the fall sports season has ended, and the winter season is beginning. Before we move on to the winter sports season let’s take a look back on 2015 fall teams. […]
“You know, our teachers were right. They said to listen. And today we have a Prime Minister that’s saying ‘Let’s listen to Canadians’… to serve in [their] best interest,” said Chagger during her visit to WCI. […]
Social studies always seemed like an afterthought in elementary school. It often ended with us doing textbook work or colouring in a map because the teachers seemed handcuffed to a curriculum that prioritized spending the extra couple minutes on a math lesson or practicing for the next big CASI test. […]
As WCI looks to continue this particular tradition going forward, Shaw hopes to remind the community that Remembrance Day is not only a time for solemn reminders, but one to inspire hope for the future. […]
These are photographs from the Waterloo Collegiate Girls’ Field Hockey final game against Bluevale Collegiate.