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    Posted on Apr 2 2014 @ 9:02 pm

    SWC Girls Bulldogs Hockey Team is officially City Champions! 5-2 victory against Orchard Park.

    Posted on Mar 31 2014 @ 9:20 pm

    The SWC Girls Hockey Bulldogs advanced to the division II City Championship with a brilliant 2-1 victory over Sir Allan MacNab.

    Posted on Mar 27 2014 @ 10:48 pm

    The OSSLT is done! Congratulations SWC; great work today!

    Posted on Mar 26 2014 @ 7:58 pm

    Big day tomorrow! OSSLT at 8:30 am on Thursday; rest up and be ready. You can do it SWC.

    Posted on Mar 24 2014 @ 12:37 pm

    RT @sc_swc: Spring Fling is April.24! $30 with SAF, $40 without SAF. Location is Grand Olympia! Get your tickets! 💃💃

Welcome to Sir Winston Churchill

Welcome to Sir Winston Churchill Secondary, a composite high school with a current enrolment of about 1100 students. The “Home of the Bulldogs” was built in 1967 and we proudly offer a wide variety of exciting and rewarding programs both in and out of the classroom to prepare our students for their futures.

Churchill students have access to academic, technical, business, athletic, environmental and creative arts programming at the Workplace, College and University levels. We also offer programs that can lead to apprenticeship opportunities.  Highlights of our special program offerings include:

  • Communications/Media Arts Program
  • Environmental CO-OP Program – award winning
  • Specialist High Skills Major Health Care Program
  • Technology – Construction, Manufacturing, Transportation 2 credit course packages – OYAP incentives
  • Athletic Focus Programs including our Hockey Canada Skills Academy
  • Mohawk @ School dual-credit high school & college program
  • Exploring Aboriginal Arts program

Our extra- and co-curricular activities are varied and excellent. Not only do we have many sports teams for girls and boys, we provide opportunities in theatre arts, instrumental and vocal music, numerous clubs and committees, and many student leadership experiences. We also benefit from the strong support of our parents, guardians and community through our vibrant School Council. With this support and the dedication of our talented school staff, we strive to have our students meet the words of Churchill himself: “Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have”.

News

2016 HWDSB Summer Programs

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Community and Continuing Education (CCE) is pleased to work with our school partners to offer summer programs to support our students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 10.To learn more about a specific program or to register, please click on its name below. CCE 2016 Summer … Read more about 2016 HWDSB Summer Programs


Please Provide Feedback on the Draft Naming of Schools Policy

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (HWDSB) recognizes that naming schools, or sections of the school, provides a unique opportunity to further develop an identity for the Board, its staff, its schools, its students and its school communities.For this reason, we invite you to provide comments and … Read more about Please Provide Feedback on the Draft Naming of Schools Policy

Letter from the Principal Regarding Semester 2

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

February 12, 2016Dear Parents and Guardians:We hope everyone in our school community and family is doing well and enjoying the last few weeks of a very mild winter! Semester two is well underway with students in classes and plans already in place for course selection … Read more about Letter from the Principal Regarding Semester 2


Please Provide Feedback on the Draft Political Activities in Schools During Elections Policy

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

We invite you to provide comments and feedback on the Draft Political Activities in Schools During Elections Policy. Please share this opportunity with others, so they too may respond with comments, questions or concerns.

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