J. L. Ilsley High School

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J. L. Ilsley High School
JL Ilsley High School logo.jpg
"Justitia et Doctrina per Tempus"
Justice and Wisdom Through Time
38 Sylvia Avenue
Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3R 1J9, Canada
School board Halifax Regional School Board
Principal Gordon McKelvie
Vice principal Ruth Wilkins, Ken Johnston
School type High school
Grades 10–12
Language English, French immersion
Team name Judges
Colours Purple and White         
Founded 1971
Enrollment 786 [1] (September 30, 2010)
Co-Presidents Cameron Farmer and Meriel Fitzgerald
Homepage http://www.jlihs.ednet.ns.ca/

J.L. Ilsley High School is a Canadian high school located in Spryfield in the western part of Nova Scotia's Halifax Regional Municipality. The school is named after James Lorimer Ilsley, a former federal cabinet minister who served in Prime Minister William Lyon MacKenzie King's World War II government and was later Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. The school opened in 1971.

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Coordinates: 44°36′28″N 63°36′36.2″W / 44.60778°N 63.610056°W / 44.60778; -63.610056