WHAT IS WCCA?
WCCA is a program for visual and performing arts students in the Windsor-Essex County region who attend a public high school.
- COMMUNITY LIVING
- CO-OP AND LANGUAGES
- CANADIAN AND WORLD STUDIES
- ENGLISH AND LIBRARY
- FAMILY STUDIES
- GUIDANCE AND LST
Learn more about Academics at Walkerville Collegiate website.
Walkerville Centre for Creative Arts (WCCA)
Courses are taught at all grades of secondary school in dance (ballet, modern and jazz); drama (theatre acting, tech and music theatre); vocal music; piano; orchestral instruments; guitar; studio arts (drawing, painting, sculpture and printmaking) and media arts (video, animation, photography and digital animation).
Students must audition for the program. An application with audition requirements is available on-line or at your local public high school or elementary school. You must be enrolled in a high school in the Greater Essex County District School Board to participate in this program. All courses are fully accredited Arts courses listed in the Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum. This program is for students who have exceptional abilities in the arts and who are self-motivated.
This program was initiated by the Windsor Board of Education in 1989. It has been continued by the Greater Essex County District School Board and has proven itself to be the preferred high school for excellence in the arts.
All courses are taught in facilities at Walkerville Collegiate, located at 2100 Richmond Street, Windsor.
ACADEMICS @ Walkerville collegiate
Upon successful completion of 30 credits, and the provincial Grade 10 Literacy Test, and 40 hours of community involvement, students will be granted the Ontario Secondary School Diploma. Requirements are based upon 18 compulsory and 12 elective credits. A credit is defined as the successful completion of a course that has been scheduled for a minimum of 110 hours of classroom instruction.
Learn more about Academic Programs by visiting the Walkerville Collegiate website.