Souris Regional High School
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|Souris Regional High School|
Quod Erimus Nunc Fimus
What we are to be, we are now becoming.
|15 Longworth St.
Souris, Prince Edward Island, C0A 2B0, Canada
|School board||English Language School Board|
|Vice principal||Natasha Bromley|
|School type||Public High school|
|Mascot||Martin the Spartan|
|Team name||Souris Spartans|
|Colours||Maroon and Gold|
The school is administratively part of the Eastern School District. Its official colours are maroon and gold and the mascot is a Spartan. The sports teams from SRHS are called the Souris Spartans.
History and characteristics
- In 1961, Souris Regional High was officially opened by Premier Walter R Shaw.
- In 1984, parts of Souris High were torn down and rebuilt, giving the school updated classrooms, a new cafetorium, a renovated gymnasium, and spaces for carpentry, welding and motor vehicle repair.
- In 2009, The school started taking in grade 8 students because of the schools in the area that were permanently closed on July 1st.
- In 2011 the government approved a request from the Eastern School District to renovate and build additions to the high school in Souris to accommodate 625 students from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Planning and design for the new facility will be complete during 2011-2012 with construction slated for 2013-2015.
The school is currently the 2nd smallest in the province in terms of student enrollment and smallest in terms of area.
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Sports at SRHS Include:
- boys and girls Basketball
- boys and girls Rugby
- boys and girls Cross Country
- boys and girls Soccer
- boys and girls Softball
- boys and girls Track & Field
- boys and girls Badminton
- boys and girls Powerlifting
- girls Softball
- girls Volleyball
Clubs at Souris
Souris Regional High is home to clubs like:
- Blood For Life Club
- Grad Activity Committee
- Prom Committee
- Readers' Circle
- Rotary Youth Parliament
- Caring Hearts