MISSION: We strive towards a Bulldog Family that embodies positivity, equity, and respect throughout the school community.
VISION: A school community that continuously grows a sense of belonging where everyone feels accepted and encouraged to be the best version of themselves.
VALUES: Respect – Trust – Friendship – Equity – Positivity
Sir Winston Churchill Secondary is a composite high school with a current enrolment of approximately 750 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 in Workplace, College and University course types. We also offer programs that can lead to apprenticeship opportunities. Highlights of our special program offerings include:
- Communications/Media Arts Program
- Health and Wellness SHSM Program
- Technology – Construction, Manufacturing, Transportation 2 credit course packages – OYAP incentives
- Athletic Focus Programs
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”.
These assessments capture performance at a specific point of time each year. The results should be considered together with other school information about student performance in reading, writing and mathematics.
Administered through the EQAO office, the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) assess Grade 10 students’ skills in reading and writing. Successful completion of the test is one of 32 requirements for the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD).