Getting Ready for Fall!

We hope you have all had a safe, fun, relaxing summer break!

Please see below for information on Registration for the 2016-2017 School Year!

See you in a week!

2016/2017 Registration Dates and Information

August 29th – Grade 12

                    A-L at 9:00

                    M-Z at 1:00

August 30th – Grade 11

                            A-L at 9:00

                            M-Z at 1:00

August 31st Grade 10

                              A-L at 9:00

                              M-Z at 1:00

Grade 10 students will attend a short assembly and participate in some orientation activities.


Students in ALS, RLS, GOALS and off campus students can report on the first day of classes which is September 6th at 8:50 a.m.  Off campus students report to the WCHS Off Campus location.

Fees can be paid by cash, cheques made payable to WCHS or by an online option (details to follow).

School Supply List for 2016-2017

WCHS students will need binders, loose leaf paper and dividers for their courses as well as a supply of pens, pencils and erasers.

Math 10-C, Math 20-1, Math 30-1 and Math 30-2 students will need a Texas Instrument Calculator in one of the following models:

TI83 or

TI83 Plus Silver Edition

TI84 Plus or

TI84 Plus Silver Edition



Registration Guide 2016/2017

Please click on the links below to get to our 2016/17 Registration Guide:


RegGuide CTS

RegGuide English French

RegGuide Extracurricular

RegGuide Fine Arts

RegGuide Mathematics

RegGuide Others

RegGuide PE

RegGuide Science

RegGuide Social Studies

If you require a registration package, please click on the link below:

2016/17 Registration Package

Registrations for the 2016-2017 school year are now past due. Please turn in your signed registration form indicating any necessary changes and your class choice sheet to Student Services as soon as possible.


Follow Us on Twitter!

Students and parents, please follow us on Twitter! You can find us by searching for: @wchschool

Our goal is to inform you of upcoming events that will be taking place at the school, and profiling some of the many positive things that take place at WCHS.

Student and Parent Login

Students and parents can check attendance and course marks by clicking on the link below:

My Pass

Alberta Education recently set up myPass for students to access, view and order their diploma results, transcripts, etc.  Results statements will no longer be mailed to studentsStudents need their 9 digit Alberta Student Number  and a non-school related e-mail address (NOT the wrps g-share) to create an account on the website. 

If you do not know or have your 9 digit Alberta Student Number, it is on your report card which will be mailed to you in early July. Click on the link below for instructions on how to sign up for your mypass account.

Alberta Government My Pass for Students


Ready to Roll...Sheds for Sale!

Pictured: 8X10 shed built in Construction 30 (Grade 12)

Pictured: 8X10 shed built in Construction 30 (Grade 12)

There are 2 of each size.

8x8 @ $30/ft = $1920

8x10 @ $30/ft = $2400

If you would like more information please call the office and ask for Mr. Winters, before or after regular school hours.

New and Improved Bus Status App

The time has come, WCHS bus status users!

A new and improved Bus Status app is now available. 

The new Bus Status APP features:

  • Sleek, modern design enjoyable through the web, iPhone, and Android.
  • 4X faster processing time.
  • Speedier push notification system, letting you know about delays and cancellations quicker.


Users must “star” buses they wish to receive push notifications for once they have upgraded. Previously favorited buses in the old version will not be saved.

Search for "WRPS bus app" in the app store to download today!

2014-2015 Yearbooks

Attention all students, especially Grads of 2015, there are many unclaimed yearbooks from last year. If you ordered a yearbook, but have not picked it up, please do so ASAP at the Front Office.

Accountability Pillar Information for Parents

As an annual check-up on the education system, the Accountability Pillar provides an opportunity for Alberta Education and school authorities to ensure that we are equipping students for success.

The Accountability Pillar uses a set of 16 indicators consisting of surveys of students, parents and teachers on various aspects of quality; student outcomes such as dropout and high school completion rates; and provincial assessments of student learning. Continue reading...

Think Digital Citizenship!

What does digital citizenship mean? The division's Responsible Technology Use Agreement outlines what a student and staff member should, and should not do when using technology. We all have a role to play.

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