St. Pius X High School (Ottawa)

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St. Pius X High School
Address
1481 Fisher Avenue,
Ottawa, Ontario, K2C 1X4, Canada
Coordinates 45°21′55″N 75°42′44″W / 45.36528°N 75.71222°W / 45.36528; -75.71222Coordinates: 45°21′55″N 75°42′44″W / 45.36528°N 75.71222°W / 45.36528; -75.71222
Information
School board Ottawa Catholic School Board
Religious affiliation Catholic
Superintendent Simone Oliver[1]
Area trustee Kathy Ablett[1]
Principal William Barrett[1]
Vice principal

Michelle Gauthier[2]

Brent Hopkins
Administrator Arlene Blanchfield[1]
School type Separate high school
Grades 9 - 12
Language English, French
Motto To establish all things in Christ
Mascot Captain Pius
Team name SPX X-Men
Colours         
Founded 1958
Enrollment 900 (September 2012)
Homepage pih.ocsb.ca

St. Pius X High School is a Canadian secondary school founded in 1958 in Ottawa, Ontario. The school, operated by the publicly funded Ottawa Catholic School Board, teaches grades 9-12. As of September 2012, enrollment stands at around 900 students.

School shooting[edit]

St. Pius X High School was the scene of one of Canada's first school shootings on October 27, 1975. The gunman, Robert Poulin, an 18-year-old St. Pius student, opened fire on his classmates with a 12 gauge double-barreled shotgun, killing one and wounding five before killing himself.[3][4] Poulin had raped and stabbed 17-year old Kim Rabot to death prior to the incident. A book entitled Rape of a Normal Mind was written about the incident.[5]

Notable alumni[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d https://pih.ocsb.ca/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp
  2. ^ http://www2.occdsb.on.ca/pih/content.php?doc=4383
  3. ^ The Star
  4. ^ The Free Library
  5. ^ Cobb, Christopher and Avery, Bob. (1977). Rape of a Normal Mind. Toronto: Paperjacks. ISBN 0-7701-0025-2
  6. ^ "Dan Aykroyd remembers his roots" Scope, Volume 3, No. 4, Winter 1996
  7. ^ School Histories: St. Piux X Catholic High School (PDF). Ottawa-Carleton Catholic School Board. 
  8. ^ Jesse Palmer at NetGlimpse

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