St. Patrick's High School (Ottawa)

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St. Patrick's High School
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Religio Alit Artes
2525 Alta Vista Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, K1V 7T3, Canada
School board Ottawa-Carleton Catholic School Board
Religious affiliation Catholic
Superintendent Denise Andre
Area trustee Mark Mullan
Principal Brid McDonald
Vice principal Gerard Stevenson
School type Separate high school
Grades 9-12
Language English/French
Team name Irish
Colours Green and Gold         
Founded 1929
Enrollment 1290

St. Patrick's High School, located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, is a Catholic high school publicly funded under the Ontario school system as part of the Ottawa Catholic School Board. It was founded in 1929 by the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate.


The Fighting Irish are known for their athletic prowess playing in the NCSSAA (National Capital Secondary Schools Athletic Association) play in Ottawa and Ontario. Each year the school sends teams to OFSAA, the provincial championships in many athletic disciplines. The Senior Boys Football team won the 2010 championships after going undefeated throughout the whole season.


The school has many groups such as the Yearbook committee, Leadership and peer mentoring, the band and dance group.

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Coordinates: 45°22′41″N 75°39′36″W / 45.377949°N 75.660074°W / 45.377949; -75.660074