Oak Park High School (Manitoba)

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Oak Park High School
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Principal Tony Carvey
Faculty 137
Funding type Public
Grades 9–12
Motto Committed to Excellence in Academics, Arts, Athletes and Community Service.
Team name Raiders
Colours Blue, White and Silver               
Homepage www.pembinatrails.ca/oakpark

Oak Park High School is a high school located in the Charleswood area of Winnipeg, Manitoba. It offers a dual-track English and French Immersion program. Oak Park also offers Advanced Placement (AP) courses and one of the most comprehensive fine arts programs in the province.[1] The Oak Park Raiders have won 3 Manitoba High School Athletics Association titles over the past decade, the most in Winnipeg.[1]


Oak Park High School has one of the best athletic programs in the province. As a regular contender in many sports, Oak Park has made their mark on the sport community. Oak Park took eight provincial titles in 2010-2011 and was provincial finalists in Varsity Girls Basketball and Girls Outdoor Soccer. The school offers an extensive list of extracurriculars, including: basketball, darts, football, hockey, soccer (indoor and outdoor), volleyball, rugby, cheerleading, ultimate frisbee, water polo, track & field, badminton, dance, curling and field lacrosse.

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Oak Park is known in both the local and national community alike as having class leading committees such as their volunteerism based social justice committee,[4] the sustainability based progressive conservation committee or their yearbook committee.[5]


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Coordinates: 49°51′03″N 97°18′33″W / 49.8509°N 97.3093°W / 49.8509; -97.3093