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Student Services

Cafeteria Information

Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks are available.

The weekly menu is listed in the Daily every week. 






Counselling Services

We believe Counselling services are an integral part of school programming that addresses the needs of our students in the areas of education, wellness, and career exploration. Counselling services can be accessed through our Wellness Centre.

Counsellors provide the opportunity for students to access educational, personal, and career counselling and also provide information regarding scholarships and post-secondary programs.  Support is available to students, parents, and advisors during the school day.

Our school counsellors work collaboratively with community partners and can coordinate meetings between students and resource professionals from a variety of community agencies.  These community agencies include but are not limited to Alberta Health Services, Southwest Child and Family Services, post-secondary institutions, employers, legal and police services.  Students may schedule appointments by contacting any member of our counselling team.

If you are in need of immediate counselling supports/assistance, please consider contacting the following:

  • Kids Help Phone (1-800-668-6868) or the
  • Distress Line of South Western Alberta (403-327-7905 or 1-888-787-2880).

If you are looking for a live chat option, you can follow this link to access supports:


  • If you are looking for a texting option, you can text CONNECT to 686868
  • If this is an emergency, please call 911 immediately.

Advisor Program

Our advisor program is based on our belief in the Churchill Family. Churchill family is centered around building meaningful relationships with our students and families. Our advisor program connects students to one adult who has a vested interest in their life and also oversees their academic programming.

The role of the advisor is to form a meaningful relationship with each advisee and their family.

The advisor assists advisees in selecting long-term goals and programs. For example:

  • High School Graduation
  • University Entrance
  • College Entrance
  • Entering the Trades

Advisors communicate with parents, teachers and administrators in order to support the advisee achieve success at Winston Churchill High School. Advisors track credits, support their advisees in program planning and course selection, and provide social and emotional support.

WCHS Advisor Resources

Career Services

Click on the link below to access the Lethbridge School Division Career Services page:


For more information contact please contact our Counselling Team.