All Saints Catholic Secondary School

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All Saints Catholic Secondary School
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3001 Country Lane
Whitby, Ontario, L1P 1M1
Coordinates 43°53′42″N 78°57′56″W / 43.89500°N 78.96556°W / 43.89500; -78.96556Coordinates: 43°53′42″N 78°57′56″W / 43.89500°N 78.96556°W / 43.89500; -78.96556
School type Public, Separate high school
Religious affiliation(s) Catholic
Founded 2001
School board Durham Catholic District School Board
Superintendent Gerry O'Reily
Area trustee Mary Ann Martin
Scott Murdock
School number 685984
Principal Mark Lacy
Vice principal M. Daranjo
P. Corey
P. Sorhaitz
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1541 (September 2008)
Language English, French immersion
Colour(s) Maroon, silver, and blue
Mascot Titan

All Saints Catholic Secondary School is a secondary school located in Whitby, Ontario, Canada open for students in grades 9-12. It offers a broad range of academic programs including Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP), Cooperative Education (Co-Op), Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM), Advanced Placement (AP), French Immersion, Head Start Program, Centre for Success/Reconnect, and Electronic learning.[1]

The school also has a wide variety of extracurricular activities to fulfill students academically, athletically, artistically, and/or spiritually[citation needed]. It is located adjacent to Donald A Wilson Secondary School.


All Saints Catholic Secondary School offers a fairly wide range of athletic teams including basketball, soccer, volleyball, baseball, softball, hockey, lacrosse, rugby, tennis, ultimate frisbee, badminton, golf, cross country, track and field, swimming, and curling. Most recently, All Saints student Thomas Witkowicz has become one of the best long distance runners in Canada. In 2014 alone, he won Ontario gold, and went on to win Canada gold in November of 2014.


All Saints offers many different organizations that its students can choose to be a part of, such as the traditional Student Council, and Yearbook committees. Other popular clubs include Kelly Cup Mock Trials, Chaplaincy, Development and Peace, Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving (OSAID), Environmental Club, 24-Hour Famine, Terry Fox Committee, White Pine Reading, Debate Team, French Club, Japanese Club, Writers Club, Robotics Team, Black History Month, Weight Training Club, Mixed Ensemble Choir, the Junior and Senior Jazz Band, and the junior and senior concert band.

Notable alumni and groups[edit]

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  1. ^ Navigating Your Future: Pathways for Student Success Handbook (2008-2009) by the Durham Catholic District School Board

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