Student Bulletin

Updated January 11, 2022

ALL Students, Staff and Visitors are to wear a mask.

Students Responsibility for wearing a Mask - Masks available for $1.00 in main office.  

Please drop off or pick up in south side of the school parking lot or east of the barrier on 52 Avenue.  

**January - Updates will be coming asap.  
January 10 - Exam Schedule - Please see PDF in the links 
January 13 - SWC Virtual Open House 
January 18 - 6:00 pm - Virtual IB Information Session 
January 25 - Grade 10 Textbook Pickup 9 - 3 
January 26 - Grade 11 Textbook Pickup 9 - 3
January 27 - Grade 12 Textbook Pickup 9 - 3 
January 28 - Mark Appeal Day 9 - 1:00 
January 31 - Organizational Day - No Classes 

February 1 -  Semester  2 / Term 3 Begins
February 17 & 18 - Teachers' Convention -
          No classes 
February 21 - Family Day - School Closed

Graduating Students 

Please see messages in the section below concerning:  

Grade 12 Credit Checks  -   Grad Photos  -  Graduation Jewelry 

**Jan 2022 FINAL exam schedule - located in the links on this page 

The exam schedule is posted to the side bar under Resources

Textbook Returns and Semester 2 Textbooks

Please return your semester 1 textbooks as soon as you are done with them or before your final exam.  All Fees must be paid and and outstanding items returned before second semester textbooks will be distributed.  

Joy to Job Law and Humanities Webinar - January 18 

Are you interested in the humanities, the social sciences or journalism? Or maybe you are considering pursuing an arts degree and want to learn more about potential careers?

Join us on January 18 from 5-6 pm MST to get your questions about careers in Law and Humanities answered! Hear from professionals including a law student, a journalist, an economist, and a prospective lawyer. You’ll have the opportunity to submit any specific questions you have for the panelists beforehand AND interact with them during the webinar through the Q&A feature. Learn about the panelists’ unique career experiences, perspectives, and valuable advice while getting YOUR questions answered. Go to to sign up for the webinar. We hope to see you there!   *We encourage you to submit questions upon signing up. You can also check out future webinars (such as the next webinar covering Engineering in February) and sign up to be notified when registration opens, at

Canadian Computing Competition - signup by January 28 

Any students looking to take part in the Canadian computing Competition are encouraged to sign up via the QR code on the door of 107.  Sign up will close on Friday, January 28.  The competition itself is written on February 16.  

Calaway Park

Calaway Park is hosting auditions for summer jobs for dancers and actors.  Please visit their website for details. 

Volunteer Churchill Peer Tutoring 

Volunteer Churchill’s Peer Tutoring Program is up and running. Any struggling students are encouraged to make use of this program.  There is a link that can be used to sign up as either a tutor or tutee on the website or see Miss Lee.  As a tutor, they earn Volunteer Churchill hours towards an end of the year certificate.   Here is the link: 

Graduating Students 

Grade 12 Credit Checks 

Grade 12 students, remember to book an appointment with your Guidance Counsellor to have your credit check completed.  The credit checks need to be done before December 17, 2021.  A completed credit check gets you onto the Grad list. 

Graduation Photos - Bookings start December 1 - Sittings start January 5 

Prestige Portraits will contact families to rebook appointments that were cancelled due to later school opening date. 

  • Grad Photos begin Wednesday January 5/22 – you can start booking appointments on December 1. Additional days will be added as needed but don't wait!
  • Lifetouch Grad Photo booklets are available to pick up in the Main Office and Guidance Office
  • To book your photo appointment date and time, go to 
  • Photos will be taken at the school in Room 005 (Sports Performance Centre) – please ensure you arrive to your appointment 5 minutes early
  • Covid protocols will be in place, so make sure you are wearing a mask to your appointment
  • Appointments are mandatory – NO WALK-INS
  • Grad photos will be in the yearbook and so we need all grads to book an appointment for their photos (even if you are not going to order a grad photo package)
  • If you have any questions, please email Assistant Principal Tammy Cave:
  • If you have any questions regarding booking an appointment or what to expect please contact us at the Calgary number:  403-255-5440

Graduation Jewelry 

Order your graduation jewelry now and also receive a free hoodie.  Jewelry can still be ordered on line.  Catalogues are available in the main office or the school library. 

Virtual Mentorship Series 

CAREERS is breaking down barriers and paving a path for women in skilled trades and technologies. Learn about opportunities available in a variety of industries and hear from some amazing companies dedicated to inclusion. Please visit https://www.nextgenlearning.or...for more info.  

  • January 12 - 5:00 pm - Agriculture & Cooking
  • February 24 - 5:00 pm - ICT & Forestry
  • March 17 - 5:00 pm - Automotive & Mechanical Trades 

Scholarship Information 

Schulich Scholarship Application - Deadline December 17 

Please be advised that your Schulich Scholarship Application - school deadline is fast approaching!  You are asked to submit in the available assignment bin in the Scholarship D2L shell by Friday, December 17, 2021 to be considered for a school nomination.  Good Luck! 

Gr. 12 Scholarship information – if you are applying for Scholarships:

  • Please see d2l for updated/new Announcements that have been added (and you will want)
  • Be aware of upcoming deadlines – do your homework and ensure you have all you need
  • and (finally….) be aware Queen’s University Scholarship is coming up fast – are you ready

Bulldog Athletics

Please stay tuned 

Post Secondary 

Please stay tuned 

Clubs and Activities

Monday - Lunch 
- Churchill Chronicle, room 224
- Crossroads Club, room R5
- Earth Club, room 222 (every 2 weeks)
- Interact Club, room 231
- Magic Club, room 204 
- Poetry Club, room 243
- Yearbook, room 205 as needed

Monday - After School 
- Conversation Club, room 216
- Speech Club,  room 214
- Volunteer Churchill Steering Committee, room 243
- Fitness Centre 

Tuesday - Lunch 
- Athletic Council, Fitness Centre
- Bio/Chem Club, room 221
- Chess Club - 215
- Girl UP! Churchill, bi-weekly, room 120
- Math Club, room 209
- Mustard Seed Club, room 224
- Physics Club, room 210
- Rugby Club, room 223

Tuesday After School 
- Debate Club, 3:30-5:00 pm 
- Robotics Club, room 126
- Fitness Centre 

Wednesday - Lunch 
-  Anime Club, room 106
- Cancer Society Club, room 226
- Citizens of Churchill, theatre biweekly
- French Club, room 235
- Grad Committee,  room 218
- Rugby Club in main gym
- School Store Open 
- Tennis Club, room 101

Wednesday After School 
- DECA Club, Admiralty room
- Rugby Club workout  weather permitting
- Fitness Centre 

Thursday Lunch
- Amnesty International, room 216
- Computer Science Club, room 107
- Gay Straight Alliance, room 242
- Model UN, room 111
- Rubix Club, room 208
- Volunteer Churchill, Theatre (every 2 weeks)

Thursday After School
- Game Development, room 122
- Robotics Club, room 126
- Sabor Latino club, room 227
- Fitness Centre 

Friday After School - 1:15 pm 
- Model UN, room 111
- Muslim Youth Club, Wellness room
- Tennis

Phrase of the Week 

ChineseFrenchGermanSpanish Latin
Shǒu dé yún kāi jiàn yuè míng.   守得云开见月明。   Every cloud has a silver lining.
Bonne année ! Qu’avez-vous fait pendant les congés d’hiver ?
Ein Frohes und Gesundes Neues Jahr!¡Feliz año nuevo! ¿Qué hiciste durante las vacaciones de invierno?
Hic habitat felicitas. Luck lives here. 

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