The School Advancement Plan 2017-18
The 2017-18 OJSH School Advancement Plan is in the process of development . after it has been vetted through stakeholders it will be posted here.
The 2016-2017 School Advancement Plan is a document created to share the goals, strategies and success indicators for the school.
Please view at : School Advancement Plan 2016-2017.
Onoway Jr./Sr. High School
Grades Taught 8-12
Principal Mr. John Lobo
Assistant Principal Mrs. Amy Villneff
Empowering Learners is to empower Students/Staff/ Parents and Community
Empowering Students-Establishing realistic academic and behavioral standards for students to successfully meet.
Empowering Staff- Demonstrating quality teaching approaches to meet the needs of various learners.
Empowering Parents- Supporting parents as they guide their children through adolescence
Empowering Community - Encouraging connections between school and the larger community.
Empowering Learners is based on Relationships-Trust-Reliability-Effort
Empowerment is based on Relationships
Relationship are based on Trust
Trust is based on Reliability
Reliability requires Goal Focused Effort
Sports Team- MUSTANGS
Our new Mustangs logo is placed on gym floor.
It will be replicated with team names on new uniforms to be brought on line through the year
Onoway High School has been serving the educational needs of the community since the 1940’s and began as a central site for high school education reaching out to many one room schoolhouses in the surrounding area.
In addition to local Onoway youth, we are home to students from Darwell, Alberta Beach, Lake Isle, Cherhill, Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, Rich Valley, Nakamun, Sandy Beach, in the east end of the Lac Ste Anne County.
The history of education in the Onoway Area is chronicled in a wonderful text entitled “In Retrospect: A century of education in Onoway & district 1904-2004.” The school site that served students from 1960 to 2016 has been chronicled in a memory book, as all the painted wall murals were lost with the school demolition.
Starting in the 2016/17 school year, Onoway Jr./Sr High School will be hosting all the grade 8 students from the east end of Lac Ste Anne County, a common grade entry.
The 2016/17 school year is an exciting new era for the school as we start classes in the state of the art Replacement School Building. This two storey structure has numerous features designed to support all learners. It has a CTS wing supporting Mechanics/construction/Art Cosmetology and Technology. We have an amazing double gym with a walking track above, as well as a Fitness room facility. There is a large central atrium with natural lght, inviting students to gather, visit and work or grab a lunch from the kitchen.
The second floor houses our Learning Commons, and associated student run Cafe.
Onoway High School Counselling Department
Mr. Dean Bellerose
Ms. Tracey Noyes- First Nation, Metis, Inuit Counsellor
Ms. L. Dundas
The Onoway High School Counselling Department offers support for students in a wide variety of areas that include:
- Academic Counselling
- Career Guidance Information and Activities
- Personal Counselling
Other services available through the Counselling Department
Contact one of the counsellors for further information regarding:
Alberta Heath Services Addictions Counsellor – available by appointment Wednesdays
Behavioral Consultant – behavioral assessments/consultations/individual and group counseling
FASD Prevention Conversation Facilitator – North West Central FASD Network
McMan Youth Services – to assist parents and children to resolve issues that affect their overall wellness. Short term resources are available in the following areas: parenting supports, education and mentoring, community referral and informationalsupport, youth work, community collaboration, advocacy, mediation and conflict resolution, crisis intervention.
The counseling department can also assist parents and students in accessing supports from other agencies/services in the surrounding communities.
Onoway High School Outreach – Ms. Shawna Swerda – 780-967-5518
Timetable concerns or course availability – Mr. John Lobo and/or Mrs. Amy Villneff– 780-967-2271
What our School Offers to and for Students
- Honours Band/ Chamber Ensembles/Peer Tutoring
- Tech Crew
- -Intramurals - noon hours
- -Curling (when enough interest)
- -Ski Club
- -Ski Trip
- Dr. Who noon hours
- Library Learning Commons
- Grad Committee
- Peer Support
- Student Leadership
- Fearlessly Girl
- Overseas Trip
- Gay Straight Alliance
- Guitar Club
- Art Club
- Learner's Permit Workshop