John Fraser Secondary School
|John Fraser Secondary School|
|2665 Erin Centre Boulevard
Mississauga, Ontario, L5M 5H6
|School type||State High school|
|School board||Peel District School Board|
|Area trustee||Brad MacDonald
|Vice principal||Sherry Couttie-Griffin
|Enrollment||1,410 (July 19,2015)|
|Colour(s)||Blue, Silver and White|
John Fraser Jaguars(formerly John Fraser Royals)
John Fraser Secondary School is a high school (serving grades 9-12) located on Erin Centre Boulevard, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Domenic DiGiacomo had been the principal from 2005 to 2009. After his retirement, Julie Solomon became the new Principal as of September 2009. Mary Nanavati is now the current Principal as of September 2003. The school has consistently ranked amongst the top secondary institutions in Ontario, and is currently ranked as first in Mississauga.
The school was named for John Fraser who retired as Director of the Peel District School Board in 1988. The school was established in 1990. In 2002, the school began an expansion which resulted in a new wing being added on to the school to meet the rising population.
The school hosts an annual Charity Week. They have raised funds for Kids Can Free the Children to build two schools in Sierra Leone and Sleeping Children Around the World to provide bed kits for 302 children around Canada. In addition, the school donated $15,150 for the Herbie Fund at the Hospital for Sick Children. Mission Afghanistan pre-face started last year January, phase one starts year of January 2010. Last year John Fraser raised approximately $20,000 for women and girls in Afghanistan, and other charitable causes.
- Yi-Jia Susanne Hou, famous Canadian violinist
- Ryan Hunter, astronaut finalist, Canadian Space Agency
- Manny Malhotra, NHL player (Montreal Canadiens)
- Dalton Pompey, MLB player (Toronto Blue Jays)
- Kyle Porter, soccer player (Atlanta Silverbacks)
- Allan Rourke, professional hockey player, (Ingoldstadt, European Elite League)
- A.J. Saudin, actor
- Shadia Simmons, actress
- Matt Zultek, professional hockey player, (CHL)
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