St. Andrew's Regional High School

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St. Andrew's Regional High School
Address
880 McKenzie Avenue
Victoria, British Columbia, V8X 3G5, Canada
Information
School board CISDV - Catholic Independent Schools of the Diocese of Victoria.
Religious affiliation Roman Catholic
Area trustee (Archbishop's Representative)
Principal Mr. Andrew Keleher
Vice-principals Mrs. Diane Chimich and Mr. John Mennie
School type Independent
Grades 8–12
Language English
Motto To Build in Love
Team name Sabres
Founded 1983
Enrollment 475+ (co-ed)
Homepage St. Andrew's Regional

St. Andrew's, an independent co-educational Catholic High School of approximately 475 Grade 8–12 students, serves young men and women from Greater Victoria.

History[edit]

Independent school status[edit]

St. Andrew's Regional High School is classified as a Group 1 school under British Columbia's Independent School Act. It receives 50% funding from the Ministry of Education. The school receives no funding for capital costs.[1] It is under charge of the Catholic Independent Schools of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Victoria.

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Academic performance[edit]

St. Andrew's Regional is ranked by the Fraser Institute. In 2007, it is ranked 53rd out of 298 British Columbia high schools.[2]

96.4% of the students graduate[2] and 85%+ of those students go on to study at colleges and universities across the country.

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