About Us

About Westminster

Westminster Secondary School is a public high school located in south London, Ontario, with students from a variety of ethnic backgrounds from accross the world. We have students and their families from 41 different countries and 20 different languages spoken in the school.

Westminster is administered by the Thames Valley District School Board.
Approximately 750 students attend the school, in grades nine to 12.


The school offers three Specialist High Skill Major (SHSM) programs including Transportation,  Performing Arts, and Health and Wellness, a co-op program, ESL classes, and developmental education classes. We provide courses in University, College and Workplace pathways for students to pursue their careers and meet their academic goals.

The school mascot is the WILDCAT.


Westminster is known for its strength in a variety of programs, which include English, Math, Drama, Visual Arts, Music, and Technology.


In Sports, we are also known for our strong Volleyball, Basketball  and Cross Country teams.

Westminster offers a variety of clubs and organizations that run throughout the school year.

Westminster's School Song:
WESTMINSTER WILDCATS!
FEROCIOUS WILDCATS!
WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO WIN.
OUR OPPOSITION’S
NO COMPETITION
WHENEVER WE GO MARCHING IN.

WESTMINSTER WILDCATS!
FEROCIOUS WILDCATS!
DO THE BEST THAT CAN BE DONE.
AS WE PLAY EV'RY GAME
THEY’LL REMEMBER OUR NAME
WESTMINSTER WILDCATS
HERE WE COME!

 

Our Daily Schedule

Westminster Secondary School Daily Schedule Semester 2

Our Feeder Schools

Ashley Oaks Public School

Rick Hansen Public School

White Oaks Public School

Woodland Heights Public School

Our Vision, Our Mission, and Our Values
Our Vision:

A Caring, Learning Community - Westminster improves the learning for all students by offering curricular and co-curricular programs that satisfy student learning needs within a safe and positive environment while promoting development reflective of current practices.

Our Mission:
Improving Student Learning - At Westminster our collective purpose is to improve the learning of all students through: a safe and positive learning environment: challenging and relevant curricular/co-curricular programs that reflect our students' learning needs and interests: and by continuous staff development that is reflective of current practice.

Our Values:
Foundation Principles: quality learning, integrity, problem-solving/decision-making, continuous improvement, job-specific skills, mentoring teamwork, and communication.

 Student Parliament
 

2020-2021 Student Parliament

 

Prime Minister

 

Deputy Prime Minister

 

Minister of Finance

 

Minister of Communications

 

Minister of Internal Affairs

 

Minister of Societal Affairs

 

Minister for Grade 10

 

 

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