E. D. Feehan Catholic High School
|E. D. Feehan Catholic High School|
Freedom, Unity, Charity
|411 Avenue M North
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7L 2S7
|School board||Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools|
|Assistant Principal||Thomas Hickey|
|Grades||Grade 9 to Grade 12|
|Colour(s)||Blue and Gold|
|Team name||Trojans, Troys|
|Website||E. D. Feehan Catholic High School|
E. D. Feehan Catholic High School is a Catholic high school on the west side of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, in the neighborhood known as Caswell Hill. It is operated by Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools. It was the only Catholic high school on the city's west end until 2008 when Bethlehem High School, located in the Blairmore Suburban Centre, opened its doors.
The school is named in honour of Edward Daniel Feehan, the first superintendent of education of St. Paul R.C.S.S.D. No. 20 in the city of Saskatoon. He was also the first principal of St. Mary School, the first school in the division.
E. D. Feehan offers several courses for students in grades nine to twelve, such as the standard educational programs, woodworking, cooking, and computer classes. It also offers opportunities in career pathways focused on residential home construction and health care. The school also is known for its volunteer work with participants of the Special Olympics program along with its alternative program for students with special needs.
Currently its feeder schools are St. Edward School, École St. Gerard School, St. John School, St. Mary's Wellness & Education Centre, St. Maria Goretti Community School and St. Michael Community School.
The school athletic teams are the "Trojans" for the boys and the "Troys" for the girls. The school colors are blue and gold (usually represented by yellow).
|Frosh, Junior and Senior Volleyball||9-12||Sept-Nov|
|Freshmen, Junior and Senior Basketball||9-12||Nov-March|
|Junior and Senior Badminton||10-12||March-May|
|Cross Country Running||9-12||Aug-Oct|
|Girl's and Boy's Curling||9-12||Oct-Mar|
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