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Westboro Academy Small. Bilingual. Exceptional.

Give your child a lifetime of excellence with Ottawa's most personalized, truly bilingual education.

🔷 2020 RETURN TO SCHOOL PLAN

Westboro Academy students attend school every day with conventional in-person delivery of teaching and instruction.  Remote learning options are also available for students.  If schools are ordered closed again, students will engage in daily synchronous learning sessions with teachers.  Consult our Revised School Reopening Plan.

🔷 VIRTUAL FALL OPEN HOUSE on Tuesday, October 27th, 2020 @ 7pm-8:30pm

We have chosen to meet you online this year! Meet our teachers and student ambassadors, and learn more about our bilingual programs, community and succeeding at Westboro Academy.  Click here to register for the event.  We look forward to seeing you!

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Kids displaying provincial championship award and medals
Student giving presentation in class
Westboro academy students in uniform, smiling.

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Academics

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School Life

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The Numbers Speak for Themselves

150

Students JK-grade 8

15

Average class size

1993

Year of foundation

Key Upcoming Dates & Events

Journée des Franco-Ontariens

September 25

Students wear green and white.

Terry Fox Run

September 25

Students will run in the field with fundraising goals.

Student Council Video Speeches

September 28

Homeroom teachers will play the videos in class. Students will vote on their grade rep and the Head Boy and Head Girl only