Woodroffe High School

Woodroffe High School is a secondary school in Ottawa. It is a massive school with a variety of inter-schools. They pursue the modern way of education. Woodroffe is proud of the diversity of its interscholastic and intramural programs.

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About Woodroffe High School

Welcome to Woodroffe High School ( Ottawa - Ontario )

Woodroffe High School, which has been home to the Tigers for over 50 years, is a dynamic environment that embraces compassion, multiculturalism, and they strive for perfection. Through a linked and diverse program designed to promote analytical reasoning, problem-solving, and concept communication, students acquire a global view and a sense of social responsibility.

Principal: Steve Jackson

Vice-Principal(s) : Deidre Barnabe, Kim Elmer

Woodroffe Excellent School is a dynamic secondary school with high-quality education, comprehensive Technological Studies and Co-operative Education programs, a strong sports legacy, and a diverse array of leisure activities. The team is enthusiastic, well-educated, and committed to achieving excellence in the classroom and beyond. Many academic and cross-curricular programs emphasize the variety and openness of our community.

Sports:

Volleyball

Track and field

Rugby

Basketball

Hockey

Indoor and Outdoor Soccer

Badminton

Baseball

Art:

Dance

Drama

Integrated Arts

Visual Arts

Music

WHS provides kids with a range of school groups, teams, and personalized experiences to help them manage their educational objectives. Woodroffe High School is a forward-thinking and engaging environment to study and flourish, adopting educational practices that take into account the needs of 21st-century students.

Programs

Woodroffe is known for its French Language and Arts programs, which also include theatre and dance, among other things. Woodroffe's Dance Highlights and yearly musicals feature these courses on a regular basis. Woodroffe has an excellent sports department, having won several titles in sports, including basketball, volleyball, rugby, soccer, wrestling, and hockey throughout the years.

Planning and Measurement for School Improvement

The policy outlines the OCDSB Policy and Procedures for Student Evaluation, which may be found on the Board's website2. WHS has witnessed a boost in all key academic metrics over the previous five years, and the faculty is devoted to further development. Ontario Scholars were awarded to 40% of the alumni.

For keeping a grade point average of more than 90%, 8% of Woodroffe High School graduates received the Silver Standard. Approximately 75% of our alumni continue their education beyond high school. Scholarships totalling more than $230,000 were awarded to the 2012 graduates. In November, Woodroffe High School honoured over 175 kids during our Junior Achievement Evening. Cooperative learning, peer leadership, and student-organized getaways and seminars, such as the yearly neighbourhood dancing conference, are all part of the WHS student leadership development program.

Facilities and Resources

Center for Library Resources

Two Visual Arts Studios and a Mystery Painting Room

Three gyms, tennis courts, two regulation playing fields, track, baseball diamond and access to the Ottawa River Parkway green space

Dance Studio

Four computer labs

800-seat auditorium

Dedicated Technology rooms for Transportation, Design-Construction and Communications

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