At Waterloo Independent Secondary School, we understand the challenges that students face, in particular students who are new to Canada. Parents choose to send their children to Waterloo Independent Secondary School with the expectation that they will be admitted to a Canadian university of their choice and that they will graduate successfully. Parents entrust their children to us and place all their hopes in us for their children’s future. Our obligation is to earn the trust of both students and their parents. Our mission is to support students in making decisions that will help them reach their goals.
We have great expectations for all of our students. We want them to show enthusiasm for learning English well. We work hard to foster a spirit of independence in them because we know how important it is for their success in university and college. We want them to develop in character so that they are well prepared when they leave school and go into the workplace
WISS encourages students to be diligent in their school work, to persevere through difficult times, and to do their best.
With the guidance of teachers and school administration, our students will reach their port of dreams. It is with great pride that we watch our graduates go off to university. Our confidence in their success comes knowing that they have had excellent teachers and strong guidance along the way.
News & Events
News & Events
Tuesday January 26th - Last day of
Wednesday January 27th - PD Day
Thursday January 28th - First Day of Term 3
Friday January 29th - Report Cards Distributed
Monday February 8th to Friday February 19th - Holiday for Chinese New Year
Tuesday February 23rd - Pascal, Cayley and Fermat Mathematics contest for Grade 9- Grade 11
Upcoming Shakespeare Online classes throughout the year. Interactive remote learning. For more information email us at:
Upcoming Writing Classes Online throughout the year. Interactive remote learning. For more information email us at:
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