An Advanced Placement School


Starting on Wednesday, October 28th at 3:30 p.m. in the Library.  

All students who provided an application are eligible to join on Wednesday.  You must be 15 by December 31, 2015.


The 2014-2015 F.W. Johnson Collegiate Yearbooks have arrived!
2015 Grads can stop by the office to pick up their Yearbook.
There are extra yearbooks available - $40.00 each - limited supply.

First Reporting Period Honour Roll

Congratulations to the 194 Wildcats on the Honour Roll!


Report Cards and Three-Way Conferences

Report cards will be issued Friday during JAG.  

Three-Way Conferences will be held Thursday, October 22, 2015.  



Tonight the Junior Girls Volleyball takes on Thom and Harvest City.  

Thirty years ago, this team was spiking their way to victory. #tbt



Check us out on Twitter and Facebook for more #tbt!


Hey Wildcats!  Did you know it's Johnson's 30th anniversary?  

Join us on Twitter and Facebook every Thursday as we celebrate 30 years of great times (and not so great fashion). #tbt



FWJ's first logo in 1985.


Perfect Attendance

Congratulations to the 93 Wildcats who had Perfect Attendance in September!  

Orange Shirt Day

On September 30th, FWJ and many other schools marked Orange Shirt Day in order to honour residential school survivors.  



Message from the Regina Police Service

Regina Public Schools along with the Regina Police Service would like to pass along the following message to high school students:


We want your school to be a safe and caring community. You may have heard media reports in the past week about students and/or individuals making threats of harm towards schools. From time to time, students may choose to act in a way which makes our school less safe. In rare instances, students or someone anonymously can make threats or joke about bringing a gun or other weapons to school.


It is very important to understand that even joking about a weapon at school has serious consequences. The Regina Police Service takes these types of allegations seriously and reminds everyone that it’s only through investigation that police can determine whether or not an overheard comment is a threat to public safety.  We commend those who report their concerns so they can be investigated.  At the same time, the Regina Police Service strongly discourages anyone from making casual comments which could be interpreted as threats to public safety.  Even if such comments are found to be made in jest, a person may face criminal charges.


 The staff at F.W. Johnson Collegiate want to ensure you are safe at our school. Please report suspicious activity by talking to a staff member, calling 9-1-1, or text “TIP158” and your message to “CRIMES (274637)”



Guest Speaker


A big FWJ thank you to Cadmus Delorme for his excellent presentation!  

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