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West Hill Collegiate Institute

Head Start to High School Mon. Aug. 29th

Welcome Grade 9's


Hello Students, Parents and Caregivers!

Welcome to West Hill C.I. We are so excited to meet you! On Monday August 29, 2022 from 8:30am to 12:30pm, we have planned an exciting morning for you to become familiar with West Hill, meet new people and have lots of fun!

Our Moving On Up: Head Start Program will include:

  • Welcome Assembly
  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Introduction to Timetables
  • Tour of the School
  • Team Building Activities
  • Physical Activities
  • Skills for Success
  • Staff/Student Lunch
  • Wellness Activities

At 9:30am, we will be hosting a parent/caregiver meet and greet with our administration and guidance teams, light refreshments will be served.

Please kindly fill out the following google form to register for attendance..

Have a fantastic summer!!!

West Hill Summer Message

Report Cards

Dear Students/Parent(s)/Guardian(s):

What a year it has been! We want to thank you for your resilience, perseverance and partnership during such a challenging year for all of us. We are so proud of the accomplishments of our students and thank families for the support you provided from home.

Congratulations to our graduating students. It was fantastic to see the return of prom and we look forward to the commencement ceremony in October. Our graduates have shown such resilience and flexibility this year – with so many new beginnings anticipated for next fall. We wish you the best in your future endeavors.


Report cards were email to students and caregivers today. The report cards will be password protected, with the password format communicated to you in each email. Printed report cards will be available in September for families who did not receive the email or mail out.

We look forward to a return to a normal school year next year. West Hill will have two semester and the return of exams at the end of each semester. There will be a rotating schedule that will have first and last periods flip every other week. Please check the dates on our school year calendar. Students must be present to write their exams during the exam period. Unfortunately, there are no exceptions. Next years student timetables will be sent on September 6th.


Week 1

Week 2

9:00 - 10:20 a.m.

Class A

Class B

10:25 - 11:40 a.m.

Class B

Class A

11:40 - 12:40 p.m.



12:40 - 1:55 p.m.

Class C

Class D

2:00 - 3:15 p.m.

Class D

Class C


If you borrowed a Chromebook or have textbooks, please make sure you return them when you return to school.

Our Professional Support Services team has put together a summer well-being resources for families in our TDSB community. This valuable resource contains information about mental health and well-being, summer programming information for families, health and physical education resources as well as resources for youth and students with developmental disabilities and autism.

We want to thank you again for your partnership during this difficult year. We will look forward to embarking on a fresh start together in the fall. We will send out additional information in August as we receive it.

All the best for a restful and rejuvenating summer,



West Hill Artist in Print!

Henna Deonarine Henna Deonarine picture

Henna Deonarine (grade 9) is West Hill's first student to be published in O.K. K.O. O.K., a magazine published by the TDSB's Urban Indigenous Education Centre. Her artwork entitled, "School Life," was inspired by Inuk artist, Annie Pootoogook which depicts feelings of isolation the pandemic had brought upon her generation. O.K. K.O. O.K., features student artwork and writing from across the board that is authentic and inspires responsible relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities. Our school is proud of Henna being the first West Hill student to be a part of an important and impactful publication!

June is Pride Month!

TDSB celebrates Pride every month

In June, we celebrate Pride in the TDSB. It’s an opportunity to celebrate diversity and raise awareness among all staff and students about the rich culture and history of our 2SLGBTQ+ community.

Please check out the TDSB GSA Network, which is a space for 2SLGBTQIAP+ students, staff, and their allies in the TDSB to find community and resources.

This year, we celebrate with more in person events as Pride is happening live in the City this year!

Ministry of Education’s New Online Learning Graduation Requirement


On March 30, TDSB emailed parents/caregivers about the Ontario Ministry of Education's new graduation requirement for secondary students to complete two e-Learning credits as part of the 30 credits required for the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). It applies only to students who entered Grade 9 on or after September 1, 2020 (now in Grade 9 or 10). 

The email also indicated that students may withdraw from the new online e-Learning requirement. A parent/caregiver or student (18 years of age or older) may withdraw by completing and submitting the Opt-out/Withdrawal form. No explanation or reason is needed to opt out/withdraw. If you already completed the form, no further action is required. If you haven't filled out the form and wish to opt out, the form is attached here and can be sent back to the school at or submitted to the Guidance Office. 

Please visit the online learning graduation requirement web page for more information. If you have questions, please contact the Guidance Office.

Credit Rescue - Jun. 24 & Jun. 27


credit rescue days

Credit Rescue Days are June 24 and 27 for students who are still needing to earn their credit. There will be no snack program on these days and students are must bring their own lunch and snacks.

Teachers will connect directly with students who are expected to be in school for extra help. All students will have to connect with their teacher for attendance, be they working in school or remotely on these days.

Sports Year in Review

Sports return to west hill!

What a comeback! We may not have had sports for a couple of years but the Warriors were back with a full roster of coaches and amazing student athletes!

A huge thanks to Ms. Livingstone for taking on all the co-curricular duties, and the staff who volunteered their time and expertise to continue the tradition of sports excellence on the Hill!

Teams and Coaches

Fall Season

Jr. Girls Basketball - Ms. Knowles and Mr. Bullen

Jr. Boys  & Sr. Boys Volleyball - Ms. Chow and Ms. Dimov

Winter Season

Varsity Badminton - Ms. Coughlin and Ms. Livingstone

Jr. Boys Basketball - Mr. Gold and Mr. Carunanithy

Sr. Boys Basketball - Mr. McLetchie and Mr. Bullen

Jr. Girls Volleyball - Mr. Penney

Sr. Girls Volleyball - Ms. Maharaj and Ms. Holland

Spring Season

Co-Ed Volleyball - Mr. Penney and Ms. Dimov

Jr. Boys Soccer - Mr. Franchetto

Sr. Boys Soccer - Mr. Gordon

Girls Varsity Soccer - Ms. Knowles and Ms. Livingstone

Ultimate Frisbee - Mr. Keene

Track and Field - Mr. Gold

Cricket - Mr. Raj

School Council Info.

School Council picture

School Council Information can be found on our Parent and Caregiver Page using the menu tab on the top left. 


Guidance Info.

Guidance with arrows pointing in different directions
Guidance has Google Classrooms for Junior and Senior students.
Grade 9/10 Classroom Code: tmkrpre
Grade 11/12 Classroom Code: ocj44nx

If students have any questions, they can contact the appropriate Guidance staff (alpha by last name).

(A-I) Ms. Stephens-George (ACL) (
(J-O) Ms. Azavedo (
(P-Z) Ms. Renzetti (
(Guidance Office Administrator) Ms. Griffiths (

Students are encouraged to check the Guidance Google classroom and their TDSB student email account regularly.