Teaching and learning
Our AP and Pre-AP teachers are seasoned practitioners who have specialized training.
All AP and Pre-AP teachers teach both AP and mainstream courses so that all students, regardless of level, benefit from their expertise,
Aside from the opportunity to earn university credits, students who choose AP develop critical thinking, increased self-confidence, academic skills and perspectives that prepare them for post-secondary studies.
The Advanced Placement (AP) Program, administered by The College Board, is a cooperative educational endeavour between secondary schools and colleges and universities and provides students with the opportunity to take college-level courses while still in high school.
We offer AP programs in:
- Math and Science (Calculus in AB, Environmental Science)
- Social Sciences (Comparative Government and Politics, Psychology)
- Languages (French Language and Culture, English Literature and Composition) and
- Pre-AP Art (Studio Art).
WHS is also a testing center for the College Board. Students at WHS wishing to sign up for AP exams are asked to see Mr. Ruddick in Room 201 [firstname.lastname@example.org]. External candidates are invited to download the AP Exam Registration Form for External Candidates 2019 and AP Student and Parent Bulletin.
We are dedicated to high standards of excellence in our academic subjects. We offer a wide selection of courses for students to explore and develop their individual interests, and to acquire and perfect new skills.
- English Language Arts
- Ethics and Religious Culture
- Fine Arts
- Visual Arts
- Media Arts / Imagery Arts
- Français langue maternelle
- French Second Language
- Integration linguistique scolaire sociale
- Consumer Sciences
- Leadership and Community Action
- Physical Education and Health
- Science & Technology
- Social Sciences