Brooklin High School

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Brooklin High School
20 Carnwith Drive West

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L1M 0K7

Coordinates43°57′50″N 78°57′43″W / 43.964°N 78.962°W / 43.964; -78.962Coordinates: 43°57′50″N 78°57′43″W / 43.964°N 78.962°W / 43.964; -78.962
School typeHigh School
School boardDurham District School Board
SuperintendentJohn Bowyer
Area trusteeChristine Winters & Kimberly Zeppieri
PrincipalWarren Palmer
Enrollment810 (2015)
Colour(s)Black, Cyan and Silver
Feeder schools
  • Blair Ridge Public School
  • Brooklin Village Public School
  • Chris Hadfield Public School
  • Winchester Public School

Brooklin High School is a high school, including grades 9 to 12, located in Whitby, Ontario, Canada. Part of the Durham District School Board, it opened in September 2015, initially with grades 9 to 11 .[1] The school mascot is a bear, and the school colours are black, cyan, and silver.


The school building consists of two main floors, triple gymnasium with full sports field and running track, a dance studio, a weight room, a cafeteria which is also used as an auditorium ('cafetorium'), a demonstration green roof, and a resource centre which includes numerous computers, and a wide range of books and magazines.

Extra-curricular activities and athletics[edit]

Brooklin High School has held a jazz event every year since it opened.[2]

The school offers sports including basketball, rugby, football, volleyball, cross country running, golf, hockey, track and field, curling, swimming, and lacrosse. In 2018 the boys' hockey team took gold and the girls' team bronze at the OFSAA AAA championships.[3]


  1. ^ "our schools: Brooklin High School". Durham District School Board. Archived from the original on 14 April 2015. Retrieved May 28, 2018.
  2. ^ "Juno nominee Tara Davidson performing at Brooklin High School's annual jazz event". Durham March 29, 2018.
  3. ^ Brian McNair (March 26, 2018). "Brooklin High School boys' hockey team first from Durham to win OFSAA gold. Girls' hockey team captures bronze for 3-year-old school". Durham

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