MH Grades 5-12: Have you ever dreamed of becoming a published author? Well, now is your chance! We are accepting submissions for the third annual WCS Literary Anthology from grades 5-12. The theme for this year’s anthology is momentum. Take this opportunity to think about where you want to go and what motivates you as we enter a new decade. [...]
Mardi Gras is an annual school wide event enjoyed by hundreds of Westmount students and their families. This year we will be holding Mardi Gras on Thursday April 23rd at the Mid-High Campus. This event would not be possible without the help of volunteers. We are currently looking for volunteers to help plan and execute this event. If you are [...]
A center-based respite program that combines play-driven activities and engaging indoor environments. The program offers opportunity for participants to establish friendships among peers and to express their uniqueness in a safe environment. The group will have access to activities, such as arts and crafts, baking, sensory play, meditation practices, and much more. Participants will be placed in age-appropriate groups. Click [...]
Our 2019 Terry Fox School Run was a great success in many ways! Rather than focusing on fundraising this year, we asked students to strive to Be like Terry. To show resiliency and perseverance, to set goals for the new school year and find the courage to achieve them. In addition to our students showing tremendous resiliency when the weather [...]
Are you in high school and considering enrolling in a post-secondary program when you graduate? Did you take a gap-period after graduating and are now thinking about continuing your studies? We invite you to check out this summer course opportunity to start you on your path to success! Click here to open poster in a browser
Earlier this month, we shared a link to a blog post by Dr. Steven Pfeiffer, regarding his visit to our school in January of this year. This week, we would like to share a new, related post, titled Resources for Parents of Gifted Students.
Thank you to all the parents and community members who volunteered their time to judge for our annual school science fair! The students are grateful to have received such meaningful feedback. As well, each participant in science fair should be commended for their passion and commitment for science! We are always looking for mentors and judges for our next season starting [...]
LEGObotics club members will be attending the FIRST LEGO League Championship Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 22nd! Two teams of grades 5-8 students (and high school coaches) are representing Westmount Charter School this year and will be competing against other teams around Calgary for the entire day (8am – 6pm) at the Irene Lewis Atrium at SAIT campus. This year’s theme [...]
Westmount School Council's purpose is to keep supporting students in learning about, unveiling and achieving their full personal potential from the inside-out. If you would like to join us in supporting our children, we have several vacant positions starting June 2020; click here for more details.
WestJet Raffle Coordinator: This volunteer will coordinate the WestJet raffle process that happens annually in the Spring at Westmount. We are looking for a volunteer to take this project on immediately and the time commitment will continue until May. Bottle Drive Volunteers: We have two more bottle drives at Westmount this year and we are asking families to bring [...]
Alberta Health Services has asked us to distribute updated information on the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCov). Please see the links below. AHS Parent Letter - English Self-Isolation Info Sheet - English AHS Parent Letter - French Self-Isolation Info Sheet - French AHS Parent Letter - Traditional Chinese Self-Isolation Info Sheet - Traditional Chinese AHS Parent [...]
Westmount will be hosting the Southern Alberta Jr. Regional Debate Tournament on Saturday, February 29, 2020 and we are looking for students to help run the event. If you are interested in seeing some of the finest debating in Calgary, or want to learn more about debate, or just get more involved with school communities – come to an information [...]