Cochrane High School (Regina, Saskatchewan)

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Cochrane High School
CochraneHSMay09.jpg
Address
1069 14th Avenue East
Regina, Saskatchewan, S4N 0T8
Canada
Information
School type High School
Motto Our bodies our ready for the knowledge of our elders.
Founded 1972
School board Regina Public School Division
Principal Mr. Coleman
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 500
Language English
Area Regina
Colour(s) Blue and White         
Team name Crusaders
Website

Cochrane High School is an alternative secondary school in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is located in the Crescent Park neighbourhood in the East-central area of the city. The focus of Cochrane's specialized education curriculum is to prepare students to enter the employment field upon graduation. The school emphasizes hands-on experience, and provides opportunities to students to gain expertise in shop classes within the school, as well as out-of-school community work experience.

Fifty percent of Cochrane's student body are of self-declared Aboriginal ancestry.

Maclean's magazine named Cochrane as one of Canada's ten best high schools in 2004.[1]

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