Argyle Secondary School

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Argyle Secondary school
Carpe diem
Seize the day
1131 Frederick Road
North Vancouver (District), British Columbia, V7K 1J9
Coordinates 49°20′30″N 123°02′36″W / 49.341734°N 123.043402°W / 49.341734; -123.043402Coordinates: 49°20′30″N 123°02′36″W / 49.341734°N 123.043402°W / 49.341734; -123.043402
School type Public secondary school
School board School District 44 North Vancouver
Superintendent Bryn Roberts
Principal Elizabeth Bell
Vice principal Gregory Hockley
Kim Jonat[1]
Grades 8–12
Enrollment 1445 (as of 2011–2012 school year)
Colour(s) Forest green and gold          
Mascot The (Bag)Piper
Team name Pipers

Argyle Secondary School is a high school in the Upper Lynn Valley school district of North Vancouver (District), Canada. In the 2011–2012 school year, enrolment was 1,445.[2]

Argyle Secondary School participates in special programs, including Apprentice Training, Hockey Skills Academy, Artists for Kids Studio Art Academy, Digital Media Academy, Distributed Learning, and French Immersion.

Argyle sports include field hockey, rugby, volleyball, cross-Country, basketball, cheer, curling, gymnastics, wrestling, tennis, and Ultimate Frisbee. Student athletics focus on Piper POWER, signifying Pride, Open-Mindedness, Wisdom, Excellence, and Respect.[3]

Parents can become involved in the Argyle Parent Advisory Council by joining the Drama or Music Associations, Canadian Parents for French, Enrichment Opportunities, Vancouver Coastal Health, and workshops and resources.[4]

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