Hugh Boyd Secondary School

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Hugh Boyd Secondary School
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Address
9200 No. 1 Rd.
Richmond, British Columbia, V7E 6L5
Canada
Coordinates 49°08′45″N 123°10′43″W / 49.14574°N 123.17871°W / 49.14574; -123.17871Coordinates: 49°08′45″N 123°10′43″W / 49.14574°N 123.17871°W / 49.14574; -123.17871
Information
School type High school
Founded 1960s
School board School District 38 Richmond
Principal Mr. Johal
Staff 60
Grades 8-12
Enrollment 500+ (2016)
Language English
Area West Richmond
Colour(s) Black and Gold         
Mascot Tommy Trojan
Team name Trojans
Website

Hugh Boyd Secondary School is a school located on the western side of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, that serves students from grades 8 to 12 . It is part of School District 38 Richmond. The school was named after Hugh Boyd, Richmond's first mayor (known then as a Reeve).

Hugh Boyd Secondary opened in 1960, and was originally a Middle School serving Grades 6-8 only, before it expanded in 2011 to serve Grades 8-12. In 2009, the school completed a new wing which contained a new office, science wing, gymnasium, lounge and library.

Its student population ranges each year, from approximately 500 to 800 students, most of whom come from the surrounding Seafair neighbourhood. The school is fed into by the nearby elementary schools of Gilmore Elementary School, Dixon Elementary School, Steves Elementary School, Diefenbaker Elementary School, Quilchena Elementary School, Lord Byng Elementary School and Grauer Elementary School.

The school colours are black and gold, and the school sports teams are named the Hugh Boyd Trojans. The School offers sports such as Basketball, Football, Volleyball, Track & Field, Field Hockey, Soccer, Badminton, and Tennis. Hugh Boyd have been very successful at its athletics in past years. It features a Combined Studies Program (shared with Matthew McNair Secondary) and an Incentive program.

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