Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School

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Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School
2330 25th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan, S4S 4E6
Coordinates 50°25′10″N 104°36′52″W / 50.4195°N 104.61446°W / 50.4195; -104.61446Coordinates: 50°25′10″N 104°36′52″W / 50.4195°N 104.61446°W / 50.4195; -104.61446
School type High School
Motto Touch the Sun
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Founded 1976
School board Regina Catholic School Division
Principal Lawrence Biegler
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 950
Language English, French Immersion
Area Regina
Colour(s) Maroon and gold         
Mascot Sun Boy
Team name Golden Suns (a.k.a. Suns)

Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School is a Catholic secondary school located in the Hillsdale neighbourhood of south Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Opened February 1, 1976, it replaced the nearby girls' and boys' separate schools. It was named after Dr. Martin LeBoldus, former provincial coroner and longtime trustee of the Regina Catholic school system. The school serves students from most of the neighbourhoods in the central, south and east communities of Regina. It also offers a dual track French immersion program.

There are five feeder schools: Deshaye Catholic School, Holy Rosary School, and St. Matthew School, as well as the French Immersion schools St. Andrew School and St. Pius X School.

Notable alumni[edit]

Affiliated communities[edit]

  • Albert Park (pop. 11,450)
  • Arcola East - North (pop. 9995)
  • Arcola East - South (pop. 7665)
  • Boothill (pop. 2765)
  • Cathedral (pop. 7085)
  • Core Area (pop. 4430)
  • Gladmer Park (pop. 1470)
  • Hillsdale (pop. 5795)
  • Lakeview (pop. 7600)
  • Whitmore Park (pop. 6425)

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