About Us

Though the original Two Hills District and Two Hills School was built circa 1909, the first school on the present location was built in 1950. In 1961, Two Hills School was divided into two separate schools the elementary and high schools, and remained two distinct buildings until the 2005 renovations were completed and the K-12 students were once again in one school. With the closure of Hairy Hill School in 1982, centralization of Willingdon high school students in 1984, and the eventual closing of Willingdon School in 1992, Two Hills School serves many students who travel from smaller communities in the surrounding area.


Presently, Two Hills School is a K-12 school with an enrolment of approximately 190 students, offering all regular academic programs,  daily physical education (40 minutes/day) in grades 1-9 with all high school students given the opportunity to take PE 10, 20, 30, an art program for elementary, and high school students, and music for K-6 students. In high school, full academic programming, as well as a variety of complimentary/core courses via ADLC or in-house/independent/alternative scheduling (Forensics, Psychology, Science 30, CTS courses in Agriculture, Communication, etc.), is offered. There are also Dual Credit courses available in partnership with Portage College and Lakeland College. High school students can earn credits in the area of CTS, Off-Campus Education, Green Certificate Program, RAP, and Work Experience.   Because we are cycling  Chemistry 20/30, Physics 20/30,  in high school, acceptable class sizes are maintained, giving  all students  better opportunity to take more courses that can be applied to the Rutherford Scholarship.


Student have excellent counselling and support services with a full time FSLW counsellor (Miss Cindy Fedechko) and  a division career counsellor  (Ms. Deborah Mandrusiak) is here periodically to meet with every high school student.   Student council, comprised of members from grades 7-12, initiate, plan, and implement numerous cross-grade activities to promote school spirit, establish relationships among students of different ages, and enhance the culture of a K-12 school. As well, athletic endeavors are popular throughout the grades: intramurals, extra-curricular team sports, activity day challenges.  Elementary clubs and peer support groups at lunch time (cooking, games, crafts, etc.) have been organized to strengthen relationships and socializing skills. 


We take  great pride in continued academic excellence and athletic achievements, while building, maintaining, and strengthening relationships with students, parents, and community partners. 




Our purpose is to ensure that every student achieves success everyday! In a safe and nurturing environment, the ability of students to think, relate and commit, will develop in order that they become productive citizens.




Two Hills School will provide a learning climate that enables students to be responsible, caring, creative, self-reliant, and contributing members of a knowledge-based, prosperous society. Its goals are:

  • To improve individual student achievement in all subjects with an emphasis on mathematics, language arts, science, social studies, physical education, CTS/computer applications.

  • To enhance the building of educational partnerships by providing parents/students greater opportunities to select programs of their choice and to increase parent/community involvement.

  • To focus achievement on knowing what students need to learn, identifying what they did not learn, and teaching until success is achieved.

  • To practice differentiated instruction to meet the needs of all students.

  • To improve the coordinated delivery of educational services for special needs children.

  • To improve teaching and the delivery of educational services in our schools.

  • To ensure that the education system is open and accountable.

  • To ensure that the education system provides for the cultural, linguistic, and religious diversity in our schools/communities.




We believe:

  • Education respects and reflects linguistic, cultural, and religious diversity.

  • Learning is lifelong; everyone can succeed.

  • Parents are the primary educators with support from the school and community.

  • All educational decisions are learner-centered.

  • Individuals learn best in a safe, supportive, and caring environment.

  • All individuals have the right and responsibility to maximize their potential.


Two Hills School's 2021-22 Handbook


Two Hills School's Three Year Plan 

2021-2022 to 2024-2025 Plan

2020-2021 Assurance Plan