Labour Dispute Update

We have received notice that a tentative deal has been struck between BCPSEA and the BCTF. Both parties are finalizing details and will be seeking member and board ratification over the next few days. We are currently working on a plan to begin instruction and will have further information to you as soon as possible.

WSS September 9, 2013 Announcements

Monday, September 9, 2013

Lunches will be available today at the Stellar’s Jay.  The cost is $4 for lunch, and drinks and cookies are also available. You can pay by cash or set up an account and pay $40 which will cover 10 lunches.  There is a menu on the kitchen door. See you there!

Meadow Park Sports Centre is currently hiring Skate Hosts at the Meadow Park Sports Centre.  In the past they have been successful in hiring high-school student super-stars to their team and they would like to continue.

If you haven’t already heard this year’s musical is the wizard of Oz! If you are interested in participating in this year’s production come out on Thursday September 12th at lunch! That is this Thursday … I know you all want to join! It is going to be a fun filled production with a great cast, great sets, great costumes and more! Can’t wait to see you all there!!!

Boys’ Soccer Team – if you wish to play, practices are Mondays & Wednesdays 5-7 on school field.

Sign up for Volleyball.  Sign up sheet is outside the gym on bulletin board.

Leadership class starts today in Room 110 at 12:05

Anyone interested in joining the cross country runnning team this year should come to a meeting in the counselling area on Tuesday at noon.  See Mr. Titus if you can not make it but would like to be on the team.


Food for Thought

You must lose a fly to catch a trout

George Herbert


Whistler Secondary School

Home of the Storm

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WSS Mission Statement

In partnership with parents and the community, Whistler Secondary provides an environment that enables our students to realize their potential, to recognize their unique value as human beings, and to become productive, responsible citizens.

At Whistler Secondary School, we pursue excellence in all that we do and support each other in order to achieve our personal goals of success.

Whistler Secondary is a closely knit community of learners where grade 8 to 12 students receive individualized attention from their teachers and strong support from their parents and community. In addition to working hard academically, students are encouraged to develop their unique talents and abilities by participating in self directed after-school activities such as choir, musical theatre and dance. These activities are supported by locally developed courses and students receive credits for their participation.

The school also promotes global stewardship and citizenship by sponsoring student leadership groups, running an extensive recycling program and supporting a nutritious hot lunch program. As a result, students not only receive a first-rate academic education, but also develop into well rounded citizens who are sensitive to the needs of their community and the world at large.

Whistler Secondary is dedicated to the Pursuit of Excellence in all areas; particularly in academics, athletics and fine arts.  The school is infused with a sense of enthusiasm, energy and passion that inspires students to make their dreams a reality; whether it’s becoming a professional artist, winning an Olympic medal, embarking on a career in outdoor recreation or achieving an academic level of success that will open doors to the finest universities in the world.