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Our School 482
Our School
History
 

Wilclay P.S. and street are both named after the community developer’s two sons, Will and Clay. The school serves a multicultural community in which there are more than 20 different languages spoken. We embrace the rich heritage of our community, value equity and anti-racist education through our school policies, initiatives and committees.

Our school motto is Together in Harmony
 
Our school mascot is the wildcat. 
 
Facilities
 

Wilclay P.S. was officially opened in September 1987 with a staff of 27 and 616 students registered from kindergarten to grade 6. Wilclay’s population has risen and fallen dramatically over the years since the school was built. It has been as high as 850 students (where we currently stand) and as low as 350. The 10th School Anniversary was celebrated by the community in the spring of 1998 and was a tremendous success attended by former staff, students and parents. During the 1998-1999 school year, the Markham Parks and Recreation Department redesigned Wilclay’s playground area and park just north of the school. A two-story fifteen classroom addition including a second gymnasium opened in 2006 to complement the existing school facility. This addition was constructed to meet the increased student population growth Wilclay P.S. has seen over the past several years.
 
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