Welcome to Westwood Collegiate Online!
At Westwood Collegiate, we aim to develop responsible citizens who will demonstrate confidence, curiosity, and creativity.
We are proud to be an I.B. World School!
Students will value the concept of social justice and recognize its importance for the betterment of an ever changing world.
Students are active learners able to demonstrate a high level of academic, intellectual and social engagement.
Schools will nurture and promote a positive relationship with families and the local community.
FOLLOW OUR BLOG!!
YOU'LL BE ABLE TO STAY UP TO DATE ON EVERYTHING THAT'S GOING ON IN OUR SCHOOL. SIGN UP, AND YOU'LL GET AN AUTOMATIC NOTICE EVERY TIME IT'S UPDATED. JUST GO TO
Please click here for information about getting ready for the 2016-17 school year.
Click here for an important notice to parents from Winnipeg Transit.
For safety & efficiency reasons, we want to reduce the amount of cash coming into our school. School-related expenses are now available online for you to make payment. It's easy! Just go to https://sjsd.schoolcashonline.com to get started. If you need help, easy instructions are available here.
Parents are invited to sign up for the Remind App in order to receive texts and emails concerning post-secondary information and updates from our guidance office. Click here for instructions to sign up for Remind.
PowerSchool Parent Portal Link
The PowerSchool Portal provides parents access to school announcements, real-time attendance information and, most importantly, student grades.
Click the Parent Portal link on the left side of the screen under School Information to login to the Power School Parent Portal.
Looking for the School Calendar or School News?
Please click the appropriate link(s) on the left side of this page. You can also view the year at a glance by clicking on Important Dates on the right.
Cyberbullying/Self/Peer Exploitation Resources
Our Educational Support Services team is sharing the following resources:
Canadian Centre for Child Protection (Winnipeg Agency - Resource for Students/Parents)
To further address the challenges youth are facing, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection has also created a resource guide for educators and parents: