As students of Western Québec schools, you are our top priority. Everything we do revolves around your education and wellbeing.
Western Québec is proud to provide quality English language education. We believe that our programs will make you capable of succeeding in all corners of this country. We provide a supportive, open and safe learning environment, which helps you reach your full potential. We also offer academic and emotional support. This section provides resources to help guide you towards the support you need.
Believe it or not, you might find a lot more than you think onto your school’s website. From school policies to schedules or even homework information. Have a look for yourself!
Here are two great resources for you.
LEARN Online Tutoring – Experienced teachers are available online Monday through Thursday evenings to help students of Québec English Schools – just like you – with studying and homework. With an Internet access, you can benefit from this free service. You will need a password that is usually provided by your teacher. Check out LEARN Québec.
Alloprof – Doing French Immersion? Call, email or text a teacher with your question with this free service made available to all Québécois students. French only. Check out Alloprof.
Western Québec Virtual Library – As Western Québec students, you have access to millions of sources on tons of platforms through our virtual library. Have a look! Take a look at the WQ Virtual Library.
You’re not alone if you don’t want to be. You can get help through any and all resources below. Have a look.
Kids Help Phone – You can always call a Kids Help Phone counsellor at 1 800 668-6868. You can also have a chat by downloading the Always There app on your mobile phone.
Tel-Jeunes – Professional, confidential, free, and available 24/7. Call 1 800 263-2266 or text 514 600-1002 anytime, anywhere.
Drug Awareness and Prevention
Our school board has two DART (Drug Awareness Resource Team) technicians who support schools year round. They provide drug awareness, prevention and intervention in our elementary and secondary schools. They may support referrals and liaise with outside services to help link students and parents with the appropriate programs available.
Do you have a question about drugs or alcohol? You can ask Erica Tomkinsion.
Are you looking for general information about drugs? Take a look at this guide.
If instead, you’d like to phone someone about your drug problem or the one of someone around you, you can call 1 800 265-2626.
To get information regarding the ombudsman, visit this page.