Welcome to
Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute
OUR SCHOOL
to the website for Winston
Churchill Collegiate!!

As you explore this website
we hope that you as a
student, parent or staff
member will be able to find
all the information you
require and more. Our
Guidance and Career
Education department is
available to assist students
and parents in our
community with academic,
personal and career
planning.

If you do not find what you
are looking for here, simply
click here to contact us or
call our school

416.396.6883

Our general office hours are:
Monday - Thursday
9:00am-4:00pm
Friday
9:00am-3:00pm
Saturday - Sunday
Closed

Staff Directory
WELCOME
ALTERNATIVE LEARNING
FORMS
COURSE SELECTION
FOR STUDENTS
RESOURCES
GRADUATION
POST SECONDARY
Departments + Staff Directory
Find information about each department
here. Including teacher names, course
outlines and resources for extra help!

The Guidance Team
Find out more about who works in
guidance including contact information

Message from Administration
Read a message from our Administration
as well as see their responsibilities

Parent Council

Contact Us
Send us a general message here. We will
try and get back to you within 24 hours.
Courses Offered
All the courses offered at Churchill can be
found here with full descriptions

My Blueprint
Course selection, see past marks and  
plan your post secondary education and
career path.

How Did I Get That Mark?
Not sure how or why you received a mark
in a particular course? This document
might help provide some insight

Choices
TDSB Choices booklet which outlines all
the necessary information surrounding
course selection.
Community Involvement
Keep track of your community service
hours and then bring your form to us.
Remember you need at least 40 hours!

Student Referral Form
Staff members use this form with
students in an effort to manage lateness,
absences and behaviour

Student Contract
Students may be placed on a contract in
order to review school expectations
School Monthly Calendar
Find our more about your guidance
counsellors including contact information

Student Support Framework
We don't just offer courses. This
document outlines everything else
Churchill offers

TDSB Guidance Website
This is a great site to visit. The TDSB has
put together some great information with
regard to Guidance & Career Education

211 Toronto Website
This site is your connection to information
about community, social, health and
related government services
Credit Recovery Find out if you can
recover your credits and what is involved

Night School Details about night
school here

Summer School Details about
summer school here

E-Learning Learning in a traditional
school setting not meeting your needs?
Read about e-learning through the TDSB.
Absences and Lates Procedures
Read the procedures that must be
followed when late or absent

Student Reference Request
If you are looking to have a teacher or
staff member be a reference for you when
applying to jobs, please fill out this form.

Leonard Braithwaite Program
*NEW* Grade 9 Africentric programming

Advanced Placement
*NEW* Grade 12 Advanced Placement
Gr.9-11 Jump with AP Specialized
Program!
What Is Required to Graduate
Use My Blueprint or click here for what is
required to earn your OSSD

Community Involvement Hours
What they are, how to earn them and why
it has been mandated + more

Commencement - Nov 8/13
College
There are so many great programs offered
through college. Check out your options
www.ontariocolleges.ca

University
Details about universities, programs,
prerequisites and cost
www.electronicinfo.ca

Applying to University?

Visit OUAC

Click here for the presentation done by
our guidance staff on applying to
University!
The Leonard Braithwaite Program - click here
Grade 9 Africentric Programming
TDSB Resources
This package is for parents and students
that are new to Churchill

Scholarships &
Financial Assistance (OSAP)
Post secondary can be expensive, there
is help. Check it out!

Workplace
Ready to work? Awesome! Here is a
website that might help with the search

Apprenticeships
There are some great jobs within Trades.
If you are hands on, this might be for you
POST SECONDARY
Pre-Advance Placement Program - click here
Grades 9 - 11, J.U.M.P. with Pre-A.P.