The New Westminster School District offers outstanding educational programs and services for international students. Our international students achieve academic success, greater understanding, friendship, and a variety of skills to succeed in the global world.
Students can speak with their teachers from March 6th to receive an update on their progress if a guardian or parent does not attend parent-teacher meeting night on March 5th
The NWSS Blood Drive will take place on Thursday, May 21st in the Moody Arena. It’s in you to give!
Check out the NWSS Student Press on Instagram @ndubstudentpress. News on upcoming school events, sports announcements, art events and showcases as well as local restaurant reviews.
Newcomers club meets every Monday at 11:30 in Room 160A. Practice your conversational skills and make new friends. Everyone is welcome!
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Ministry of Education FAQs March 25th, 2020
For information and frequently asked questions regarding learning following the spring break, marks, assessments and graduation please view the attachment from the Ministry of Education. This document was updated on March 25th. Please click "more" to view the attachment. more
March 24th, FAQs for Students
Please view the FAQ attachment for updated information. The FAQs have been updated to provide information on re entry to Canada for students with a valid student permit and for assistance for students offered by Guard Me. Please click "more" to be able to view the attachment. more
Covid 19 Update from Superintendent Hachlaf, March 20th, 2020
Parents, students and agents can view Superintendent Hachlaf's Covid-19 update message in this attachment. Please click "more" to be able to link to the letter. more
Absence Reporting: New Westminster Secondary School, 604-517-6391
Please call with student name and student number. For elementary and middle school students, please contact the school directly to advise of an absence.