|Welcome to John Taylor Collegiate Online!
John Taylor Collegiate is a senior school in Winnipeg, Manitoba. View a map of our location. Use the School Locator to find your catchment area.
We are the Home of the Pipers!
Alongside our various academic options John Taylor is pleased to offer Advanced Placement (AP), a program providing special opportunities to those students who wish to study university topics in a high school setting.~ This program of college-level courses and exams was designed to allow the successful student to receive some credit and /or standing on entering university. Please follow our Programs and Courses link on the left side of this page to learn about this and many other options at John Taylor.
Raising all students towards distinction. In pursuing our aim we value: Justice that honours the individual / A sense of community / Service to others / Compulsory learning / Diversity of people and learning experiences / A safe and healthy environment.
WE NEED YOUR IDEAS!
The objective of our school is to provide the best possible education for our students. With this in mind, we are asking parents to provide us with their ideas and constructive suggestions by completing this on-line survey by May 20th. Thank you in advance for your anticapted participation!
John Taylor News
PowerSchool Portal Link
The PowerSchool Portal provides parents access to school announcements, real-time attendance information and, most importantly, student grades.
Click the Parent Portal link on the left side of the screen under School Information to login to the Power School Parent Portal.Tour the Portal
John Taylor Code of Conduct
Please click here to view information from our Student Handbook on our Code of Conduct. The information includes student policies on discipline, attendance, harassment, plagiarism, smoking/drug and alcohol use, internet, cellphone/iPod/MP3 player use, language, and fighting, etc. It also includes information on our homework and our noon hour grade 9 and 10 policy.
In response to feedback from parents, teachers and students we felt that it was time to develop our own policy around what BYOD looks like at JT. We started the process by meeting with our Student Advisory committee considering what is being done in other school divisions, provinces and countries. We created a draft policy which we then shared with all school staff. Staff provided feedback and the policy was refined further. The finished product will then be shared with our Parent Council in April. Please feel free to contact the JT administration if you have any questions or require further information.