W.C. Miller Collegiate is a Grade 9-12 high school located in Treaty One territory in Altona, Manitoba. It was built in 1965 and officially opened on January 31, 1966, by the Honorable Duff Roblin. W.C. Miller offers a wide range of academic and elective courses including French Immersion and Vocational programming.

French Immersion Information:

  • While we do not currently offer enough courses for students to earn a French Immersion diploma, students can take courses in French each year to maintain and grow their French literacy skills. We offer 7 French Immersion credits - Francais 10/20/30/40 along with Social Studies 10F, Geography 20F, and History 30F.

Vocational Programming Information: 

  • Our students have access to vocational programming on-site and across the region. This is made possible through RRTVA, a partnership between 5 southern Manitoba school divisions. Detailed programming information is available through the RRTVA website

At W.C. Miller Collegiate, we believe. . .

  • learning involves the home, school, and community and extends for a student's lifetime.
  • the best learning occurs when the physical, intellectual, emotional, aesthetic, and social lives of our students are engaged.


  • students need to know teachers care about them as people and that learning will flow from student-teacher relationships characterized by trust, mutual respect, and openness.
  • learning is best facilitated in an inclusive environment where everyone feels a sense of belonging.


  • wherever possible, learning should connect to life.


  • learning is fostered when students are given the opportunity to take risks and learn through their mistakes.
  • students experience greater success when they take responsibility for their learning.

Reaching all learners:

  • students learn in diverse ways.
  • all students can achieve success.
  • a teacher's passion for learning is infectious and shapes the culture of the classroom.

Border Land School Division

Border Land School Division acknowledges that the communities and schools located within Border Land School Division sit on Treaty 1 and Treaty 3 land, the original lands of the Anishinaabe peoples and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.

Border Land School Division respects the treaties that were made on these treaty areas and we dedicate ourselves to moving forward in partnership with our Indigenous communities in a spirit of truth, reconciliation and collaboration.