Class of 2021 - Virtual Commencement Ceremony and Program

Class of 2021 - no Zoom link

We were thrilled to share in this moment with our grads! If you missed it, or want to replay for family and friends to celebrate your achievements, here is the link for the Virtual Commencement Ceremony.

We have also created an e-Program which you can download or print as a keepsake.

Program (Digital)

Program (Printer-Friendly)

A HUGE thank you to the Commencement Committee and all who helped to make this virtual ceremony possible.

Grads, you should be so proud of what you have accomplished! "May you always keep learning, growing, and realizing the best in yourself." (author unknown)

Covid Vaccination Information

covid vaccine information for 12-17 years old

In mid-May the government announced that children 12 and up are eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine. 

The TDSB has an information page based on advice from Toronto Public Health, and Ontario has an online booking system for the vaccine, but you need health card information for this site. Toronto Public Health has several clinics in the area of the school (map of Toronto vaccine clinics). Toronto has a Covid-19 website with all the information you need. Residents can now text “VACCINE” to 1-833-750-0888 to be connected with appointment bookings, information on vaccines and upcoming telephone town halls.

West Hill Arts Showcase

Virtual Arts Showcase

West Hill Arts has a new website to showcase all the immense arts talent that our students and staff have! Created by our ACL, Ms. Parker-Cook, this site demonstrates the work being done this year, including the Black Heroes Project, music, drama, dance, visual arts, media arts, and our NAC course that focuses on First Nations, Métis, and Inuit art.

Thanks also to Ms. Seydoux, Ms. Worsnop and Ms. Reynolds for bringing our arts programs alive this year, even in the virtual world!

TPL Summer Reading


Toronto Public Library Digital Access

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If you already have a Toronto Public Library card, you do not need a Digital Access Card. Your existing library card provides you with full access to the Library’s digital resources and services. If your card has expired, you may be eligible to renew your card online.

A Digital Access Card is a library membership that provides immediate access to the Library’s digital resources and services, including:

Diploma and Award Pick Up

Update on Diploma Pick Up

Due to the move back to online learning, schools are closed at this time to all current and former students, and staff are not in the building. As soon as we are able to resume diploma pick up, we will let you know. We apologize for any inconvenience as we know having the *actual* diploma is important!