Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute

Winston Churchill offers a variety of programs to support all learners and their interests. Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute has a history of being a school that embraces all opportunities. Follow Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute on Twitter With @wcciupdates to be updated about this Collegiate Institute.

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Welcome to Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute

Principal: Nicole Aloise

Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute (Winston Churchill CI, WCCI, Churchill) is a public high school in the Dorset Park neighbourhood of Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario, Canada and is owned and operated by the Toronto District School Board (and the former Scarborough Board of Education prior to the merger.) The school was named after Winston Churchill, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and 1951 to 1955.

Special Alumni list:

  • Rick Middleton - Former NHLer for the New York Rangers and Boston Bruins
  • Patricia Jaggernauth - CP24 News Broadcaster
  • Bob McCown - Prime Time Sports host, CJCL-AM (Sportsnet 590 The Fan)
  • Scott Morrison - Sportsnet and Hockey Night in Canada journalist

Winston Churchill CI is committed to continuing to create an equitable school that values the well-being of every student promoting strong achievement through rich and culturally relevant learning experiences.
WCCI community has a focus on three pillars: Achievement, Equity and Well-Being. These pillars drive their community collaborated School Improvement Plan (SIP) where every voice is heard. The Vision of Learning in the TDSB as a guideline to form WCCI SIP.


There are many clubs offered at WCCI, including:

  • Yoga Club
  • Newspaper
  • Announcement Crew
  • Book Club
  • Boys' Group
  • Breakfast Club
  • DECA
  • Eco School
  • Girls' Group
  • Intramurals
  • Math Club
  • Me to We

Winston Churchill C.I. has a wide variety of sports and clubs. Student Activities Council, Churchill Bull Dog Council (CBC) are among the student clubs. There are also many sports teams at Churchill such as Basketball, Soccer, Flag Football, Ice Hockey, Baseball, Ultimate Frisbee, Rugby, Cricket, Volleyball, Badminton, and many others. After many years a football program has been reintroduced, with Churchill teaming up with Bendale BTI


If you want to succeed in life you must have a good personality. Wherever you go, it is your personality that describes not the words you speak. Education makes a person disciplined this means discipline is always overlooked. But it is a very important trait in personality development. Discipline is what differentiates between man and wild. Obviously behaving wildly will show your non-serious attitude and an unwanted and unappreciated personality.

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