1405 Hickory Street, Whitehorse YT Y1A 4M4
Tel: (867) 667-8044 | Fax: (867) 667-8953

Next School Council Meeting: 

March 14 2018, 6:30 PM in the PCSS Library

Everyone welcome.


    After School Tutoring



    After school tutoring is available in Room 224 (The Learning Assistance room)

    Tuesday through Thursday, 3:15 - 4:30 pm. 



  • New Parking Policy

    PCSS has been having issues with vehicles parked in signed "No Parking" zones, designated "Fire Lanes", on sidewalks and even green spaces around the school. In adition, dangerous driving and stunting on school property has been an issue at PCSS for many years.

    PCSS will be implementing a TOW-A-WAY rule for the 2017-2018 school year.

    1. Vehicles parked in a "No Parking" zone or a designated Fire Lane may be TOWED at the owner's expense (see the map below).

    2. If you drive your child(ren) to the schooland/or pick them up, parking in a NO PARKING ZONE may result in you being towed. There is a designated "Drop Off" zone for this purpose.

    3. Students parked in a NO PARKING ZONE, in the designated FIRE LANE, in GREEN SPACE, or on SIDEWALKS may have their vehicles towed at the owner's expense.

    4. Students found to be in violation of the Yukon Motor Vehicle Act with respect to Dangerous Driving, Stunting, or not obeying parking signs will be prohibited from bringing a vehicle to school. In the event that the student does bring a vehicle to school it may be towed at the owner's expense.

    pcss parking map


About Porter Creek Secondary School Council

The Porter Creek Secondary School Council represents the communities' views and needs. It meets monthly as per the school calendar and is open to any adult community member living in the PCSS catchment area. In general terms, the functions of the Council are as follows:

  1. To review and discuss school policies, facilities, programs, and procedures.
  2. To provide a forum for community members to learn and make inquiries about processes and procedures affecting their children.
  3. To help create a sense of community within our school neighbourhood so that co-operatively a voice is provided about community attitudes and needs as they relate to the school.

Meetings are open to any member of the public. Students are also welcome to attend meetings.

Individuals wishing to participate as a member of the PCSS School council must satisfy the following criteria:

1. Canadian citizenship

2. be 18 years of age or older;

3. a) a resident in the attendance area of the school for at least 3 months,


   b) a parent of a child attending the school

Porter Creek Secondary School Vision, Values and Ground Rules

For information and resources pertaining to Yukon school councils, please visit the Association of Yukon School Councils, Boards and Committees Website.