Winston Knoll Collegiate (WKC) is a public high school located in the Walsh Acres neighbourhood of northwestern Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. A part of Regina Public Schools, it first opened its doors in 1996, to alleviate the congestion at Thom Collegiate and currently serves a community of just over 1100 students. The school operates based on a college system, which separates students based on their grade and allots them a specific group of teachers and classrooms. A strong emphasis on technology is also encouraged.The front archway was deported from the former Central Collegiate Institute, the first high school in the city.
The school has a total of six designated areas called Colleges. The Colleges are split over two stories. There are Colleges A,B,C,D,E,F and B-west. Each College contains a number of classrooms. There are a total of five computer labs, located in A,B,C,D,and E. The school also has a number of laptop computers stored in the Library.
Winston Knoll Collegiate is wheelchair accessible and has an elevator, as well as a FIAP program.
The school also has a successful commercial kitchen which helps trains students into the food industry. The kitchen/cafeteria is called Winston's.
Current feeder elementary schools include Centennial School, George Lee School, Henry Janzen School, MacNeill School, Plainsview School, and W.H. Ford School.