Holy Cross High School (Saskatoon)

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Holy Cross High School
Holy Cross High School (Saskatoon).jpg
In Hoc Signo
By This Sign
2115 McEown Avenue
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7J 3K8
Type Secondary
Religious affiliation(s) Catholic
Opened 1964 (1964)[1]
School board Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools
Principal Ben Garchinski
Vice principal Jason Benson
Vice principal Nadine Cannell
Grades Grade 9 to Grade 12
Enrollment 1,107[2] (2014)
Education system Separate
Language English, French Immersion
Colour(s) Green and White         
Team name Crusaders

Holy Cross High School is a high school serving grades 9 to 12, located in south-eastern Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. It is part of Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools.

Currently its feeder schools are Bishop Pocock School, Georges Vanier Catholic Fine Arts School, Pope John Paul II School, St. Bernard School, St. Frances School, St. Luke School, École St. Matthew School and St. Philip School.


Sport Grade Season
Junior and Senior Football 9-12 Aug-Nov
Frosh, Junior and Senior Volleyball 9-12 Sept-Nov
Frosh, Junior and Senior Basketball 9-12 Nov-March
Junior and Senior Badminton 10-12 March-May
Senior Soccer 9-12 Aug-Nov
Cross Country Running 9-12 Aug-Oct
Wrestling 9-12 Dec-March
Track 9-12 March-May
Girls' and Boys' Curling 9-12 Oct-Mar

Notable alumni[edit]

The school contains a Wall of Honour, displayed in the school cafeteria. The wall showcases a large number of distinguished alumni.


  1. ^ Our History (PDF), retrieved 2015-07-01 
  2. ^ Active List of Saskatchewan Schools/Programs (PDF), retrieved 2015-07-01 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 52°6′17.25″N 106°36′56.31″W / 52.1047917°N 106.6156417°W / 52.1047917; -106.6156417