Paul Kane High School

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École Secondaire Paul Kane High School
12 Cunningham Road
St. Albert, Alberta, T8N 2E9
School type Public
Founded 1949
School board St. Albert Public School District No. 5565
Superintendent Barry Wowk
Area trustee Madam Chair, Cheryl Dumont; Madam Vice Chair, Glenys Edwards; Gerry Martins; Kim Armstrong; and Sherry Wright
Administrator Joanne Dodd and Liane Madsen
Principal Duncan Knoll
Grades 10-12
Language English and French
Colour(s) Blue and White         
Mascot Bear
Team name Blues

Paul Kane High School (PKHS) is a high school in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada and is part of St. Albert Public Schools. The school colours are blue and white. The PKHS sports teams are named the Blues. PKHS is now well known for its many sports programs, including basketball and football.

Programs of Study[edit]

As the largest French Immersion school north of Red Deer, Paul Kane High School is a dual track high school in St. Albert where students can take their core courses with English or French as the language of instruction. Another program students can participate in is the Advanced Placement program which offers all AP programs in either a classroom setting or if that's not available, an individual study program option is available in Onside which is run by Donna Chanasyk. Programs offered: 10-1, 20-1, 30-1, and 10-2, 20-2, 30-2. Some 14 and 24 level courses are offered in all the disciplines in addition to the following special programs, some of which have already been mentioned: Advanced Placement, French Immersion, Off Campus Education including, Work Experience, Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP), Hockey Academy, Soccer Academy, Sports Medicine, OnSIDE, Advanced Carpentry 1st Year Apprenticeship Program

Musical Theatre[edit]

The school offers a musical theatre program that is offered after school in the first semester. This class is offered to all students and the productions usually compete in the local Cappies. Students can take it as a 15/25/35 course, meaning it is locally developed. The program has student tech and cast with a volunteer adult live orchestra. The program is directed by Lisa Whitson and choreographed by Angee Lockhart and the music is directed by Daryl Price.

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