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WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

JUNIOR CAMPUS










“At Westwood Junior, we aim to provide an environment for the students that is warm and loving and an environment where students are accepted. And we see the results of that in the way that the student treat each other. They are compassionate and caring toward each other and it really goes a long  way  to help them develop a broader sense of themselves as they move on in their citizenship.”

 

- Anna Haller, Principal


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About Us



The mission of Westwood High School is to educate the future citizens and leaders by giving students the opportunity to participate in activities that make their community and the world a better place. We do this through our commitment to academic excellence, to the power of athletics and the arts, and to the promotion of community service.

The Junior Campus bridges the gap between the small personal world of elementary school and the larger, more complex world of the senior school. The school has approximately 400 secondary students in Secondary I and II. The staff of the junior school is particularly sensitive to the rapid social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development of their students. Activities are geared to the young adolescents’ transition from child to teenager and we attempt to give each student the guidance they need to make the correct choices. Teachers in each of the curriculum areas work together to ensure that cross-disciplinary connections are made as often as possible.



 

Learn about our programs

 

  • MatriX Program: The MatriX Program is an academically challenging, fun and technologically enhanced way of learning in the classroom. The program places an emphasis on students receiving high level of academics and is enriched through projects, assignments and an innovative use of technology.

  • French Immersion: Students take ‘Science Humaines’ in French and are placed in either Français du base or Français Enrichi for their French language course.


  • Regular Program: Courses are taught in English with the exception of the French language course which is taught at the Français du base level.

 

 

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Contact Us


Junior Campus
2800 Rue du Bordelais
Saint-Lazare J7T 3E3
514-798-4500