Archbishop O'Leary Catholic High School

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Coordinates: 53°35′34″N 113°28′31″W / 53.59278°N 113.47528°W / 53.59278; -113.47528

Archbishop O'Leary Catholic High School
Address
8760 - 132 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta, T5E 0X8
Canada
Information
School type Secondary school
Motto "Viam Veritatis Elegi"
("We Will Seek the Truth")
Founded 1960
School board Edmonton Catholic School District
Superintendent Joan Carr
Principal Todd Eistetter
AP Coordinator Bryan Clintberg
Grades 10–12
Enrollment approx. 1600 students
Language English, French, Spanish & Italian
Colour(s) Red and gold          
Team name Spartans
Website

Archbishop O'Leary is a high school located in northeast Edmonton just north of the downtown core. Archbishop O'Leary is known for its diverse teaching ways.[1] The high school is fairly large with an enrollment of about 1.6k students.[2]

History[edit]

Archbishop O'Leary was opened in 1960 when Edmonton had a population of about 150,000.[citation needed] It is an old school, but is currently being renovated. A new area already added is called the "Success Centre", where students can go to socialize, do homework, plan for their futures and check out books.

Notable alumni[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ ECSD site Archived April 1, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Main Site

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