About Us

About Us

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School
450 Millbank Drive
London, Ontario
N6C 4W7

General Description:

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School is a dynamic and progressive school located in the Pond Mills neighbourhood of Southeast London. We are one of two public French Immersion secondary schools in the City of London, and we offer a wide range of programming in all academic areas, along with extensive offerings in Technology and The Arts. Some of Laurier's unique and renowned program offerings include one of the district's only credit courses in Robotics, a pilot program combining Math and Phys Ed, noon-hour Music programs in Strings, Vocal and Instrumental, and Safe Schools programs in which students create and deliver resources and presentations on sustaining safe and healthy schools to their peers as well as students in elementary and secondary schools throughout the board. In addition, Laurier boasts a Specialist High Skills Major program offering apprenticeship certification in construction, a full range of co-op opportunities, and extensive extra-curricular offerings that help to provide a rounded and enriching school experience to a diverse student population.


School Organization:

Laurier's student population is approximately 1000. Our professional community includes our Principal and two Vice Principals, approximately 75 teaching staff, as well as three Guidance Counsellors, Student Success and Learning Support Teachers, and a number of support staff including an Attendance Counsellor/Social Worker, itinerant Psychologist, and several administrative and educational assistants.


Goal #1 - Students will demonstrate transferable skills in all courses, to prepare them for success now and in the future.

Objectif no.1 - Dans tous les cours, les élèves vont faire preuve de compétences transférables qui vont les préparer pour le succès aujourd'hui et dans l'avenir.


Goal #2 - Students and staff will be more engaged in the school community, by having an increased sense of belonging, ownership and respect, as well as increased personal responsibility and sense of community.

Objectif no.2 - Les élèves et le personnel seront plus engagés dans la communauté scolaire en cultivant leur sentiment d'appartenance, possession et respect et aussi en augmentant leur responsabilité personnelle et leurs intérêts communs.




Principal:         Mr. M. Bradacs

Vice-Principal (L-Z):  Mrs. L. Akano
Vice-Principal (A-K):  Mr. I. Charlton

Members of the Laurier community will work together to foster a climate and spirit of growth in personal and academic achievement. Our students are encouraged to show pride through involvement. Every effort is made to create a climate which is welcoming, caring, secure and safe. We want the students to experience Laurier to its fullest whether competing on athletic teams, belonging to specific clubs, or performing in drama or music.

 Mission Statement

Laurier's Mission

Mission Statement: 

All Laurier students will reach their personal and learning potential.


Statement of Purpose:
Experience Laurier
Learn Today
Prepare for Tomorrow

Goals and Objectives:
Together we will develop and promote:

  • leadership and responsibility
  • academic excellence
  • pride through involvement


 Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Sir Wilfrid Laurier

Sir Wilfrid Laurier


Our school is named after an amazing Canadian named Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Laurier was the seventh Prime Minister of Canada. He served from 1896 to 1911. Canada was a new country when Laurier became Prime Minister. He strongly believed that the twentieth century would belong to Canada and that it would become a powerful country by the end of the century, and he was correct. He was the Prime Minister who began Canada's road to independence from England. He also wanted Canada to remain independent from the United States. Laurier was a bilingual French Canadian and he encouraged young people to become bilingual. When he was Prime Minister, Laurier arranged for Manitoba to have bilingual schools. Our school has a very strong French Immersion program - one that he would have been proud to see.   Canada became a strong independent country with a bilingual population during Laurier's time and our school represents what his vision was of the future. 

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