Humberview Secondary School

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Humberview Secondary School
Address
135 Kingsview Drive
Caledon, Ontario, L7E 3V8, Canada
Information
School board Peel District School Board
Religious affiliation Public
Superintendent Jerry Powidajko
Area trustee Valerie Arnold-Judge
Suzanne Nurse
Principal Rick Tredwell
Vice principal Lionel Klotz
Jennifer Kipfer
School type High school
Grades 9-12+
Language English, French immersion
Motto Success through the Business of Education
Mascot Husky
Team name Humberview Huskies
Colours Red, Gold and Blue             
Founded 1979
Enrollment 1,133 (November 2013)
Special programs Regional Enhanced Program
Homepage humberviewss.ca

Humberview Secondary School (formerly The Humberview School) is a high school in Bolton, Caledon, Ontario, Canada. It is one of the four secondary schools in Caledon, the others being Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School in Caledon East, Ontario, St. Michael Catholic Secondary School in Bolton, Ontario, and Mayfield Secondary School. The year 2003 was a double cohort year for the school.

Athletics[edit]

Humberview Secondary School offers 18 sports and has won several Region of Peel Secondary Schools Athletic Association championships in Rugby, Soccer, and Track and Field.

Today, the school still competes at higher levels. The Boys' Basketball team finished 3rd overall in the Region of Peel, while the Girls Field Hockey team won their division. Other notable mentions include the Table Tennis team, as well as the Track & Field team.

Playschool[edit]

The Humberview School offers a playschool program for children aged 2–4. The playschool is intertwined with the family study courses curriculum so that students have an opportunity to create lesson plans and interact with the children.

Specialist High Skills Major[edit]

Mel Everett, the head of the technology department, began the SHSM transportation program at Humberview in 2012. The purpose of the program is to provide students with an opportunity to gain skills that can lead to a career in the automotive industry. The program has begun putting on an annual car show for students to check out different vehicles and meet professionals in the industry.[1]

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