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Music / Choral
Involvement in concert band and concert choir gives the serious musicians an opportunity to take center stage. Local events include "Coffee and Sweets Night" and the "Big Band Dinner Dance." These groups compete provincially, nationally, and internationally.
Jazz Band / Jazz Cats
Jazz band is for those music students who want to challenge themselves and take their music to new "jazzier" levels. The jazz choir, called the Jazz Cats, is for vocal musicians to sing and scat jazz tunes
After practices and tryouts our team is dividedinto categories at the junior, intermediate and senior levels. Tournaments take place at the Regional, Zone and Provincial levels.
WCHS Basketball includes junior and senior teams for both boys and girls. Our teams play in a competitive league and attend numerous tournaments.
Cross Country Running
WCHS boasts provincial champions in this sport. The team competes in a number of local meets before competing at the zone and provincial level.
Our curling teams have opportunities to play in the Wetaskiwin Curling League as well as participate in high school bonspiels in central Alberta.
Sabres football has a long and proud tradition. The season starts in August and runs through the end of October. In addition, there is a spring camp that runs mid-May to early June.
WCHS has always been competitive on the golf course. The Boys and Girls teams are selected in early September and compete in mid-September at the zone golf tournament.
Track and Field
Track and Field is a spring activity that challenges the athletes in running, jumping and throwing events. Our team competes at a zone meet and zone medalists advance to provincial competition.
WCHS offers junior and senior teams for both boys and girls. Our teams compete in the Central Alberta League from September through November and they attend numerous tournaments throughout Alberta.
WCHS has a modern, fully equipped weight and cardio work-out center.
WCHS wrestlers are zone and provincial champions on a regular basis. We have both girls and boys teams which travel throughout Alberta and Western Canada in preparation for the zone and provincial championships.
Competition in chess is provided over the lunch hour on a daily basis. The season culminates in a School Championship competition.
Students are invited to participate in a wide variety of drama opportunities including acting, stage design, sound and lights, stage management and director or assistant director positions. Students are encouraged to participate in our yearly production and One Act Zone Festival.
WCHS participates in the zone "School Reach" league. This scholarly challenge has both junior and senior teams competing in "academic trivial pursuit". WCHS boasts zone and provincial champions at both the junior and senior levels.
For students taking many of the CTS courses there is opportunity to take the new skills learned into competition with other students from around the province.
Students are responsible for the creation and design of our yearbook. Journalism, photography, layout / design are just a few of the many skills.