An Advanced Placement School

Academic Awards

The Academic Award night scheduled for June 28th has been postponed to September.  

April Perfect Attendance

Congratulations to the 62 Wildcats with perfect attendance in April and the 7 Wildcats who have had perfect attendance all year.


Adam C

Chantel G

Jacob W

Makaela S

Shon M

Alicia S

Chelsea B

James S

Mary Shee P

Sunita R

Alyssa B

Cindy C

Janvi B

Mason B

Tanner M

Alyssa H

Colton H

Jayson M

Matthew W

Taylor D

Amber L

David T

Jenna W

Michael B

Tayven G

Ashley P

Devstin R

Jesse F

Nathaniel T

Vandna R

Austin B

Eli R

Kabita B

Nicholas P

Xin L

Bao C

Fatima  A

Khai N

Nichole J

Yiyang L

Baylee A

Gavin Y

Kimberly S

Noah M

Yizhan H

Blake C

Govinda K

Lee K

Patrik G

Zakari S

Brooke S

Hannah F

Lukas C

Richard N


Caine M

Hannah M

Lynden W

Ryan K


Chandra R

Hudson G

Madison G

Ryan S





Drug Talk for Parents and Teens

Java Jams

Wildcat Pride: Wildcats in the News

Thanks to football coach and teacher  Jason Janssen for co-hosting a football camp for newcomers to Canada as well as students new to football on April 23rd.

 The camp was attended by 50 students from 6 different schools.  


For coverage of the event, check out these links:  CBC article, CBC video and CJME.

Spring Music Concert

Come support the Johnson choir and band at the Spring Final Music Concert on Tuesday, May 31st at 7:00 PM.

Wildcats in the News


Grade 12 student Nick M. was featured on Global News for his participation in the THINK Construction Career Spotlight which gave students a chance to experience hands-on education in the trades.



Happy Birthday Shakespeare!


Wildcat Wake-A-Thon

The 84 students and 20 staff who participated in the Wildcat Wake-A-Thon had a phenomenal time.  

We made $7376!!!!

Thanks to the staff and SRC who worked so hard to organize a great event!



At this time of the year the Cage Canteen puts in a request to the REACH organization for a food grant that helps offset costs in the Canteen. This  grant has enabled us to provide the school population with food at a low price and provide apples in the office on a daily basis.

Ms Wallace and Ms Trakalo need your help - if you could write a brief letter indicating how you and/or your friends and family members have benefited from the availability of lunch and snacks at the school on a daily basis (not all school do this)  it would help greatly in our cause when applying for the grant from the REACH organization.

Please feel free to speak with Ms. Trakalo or Mrs. Wallace if you have any questions.

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