Judith Nyman Secondary School

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Judith Nyman Secondary School
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Address
1305 Williams Parkway

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Canada
Coordinates43°43′57″N 79°43′50″W / 43.73239°N 79.73057°W / 43.73239; -79.73057Coordinates: 43°43′57″N 79°43′50″W / 43.73239°N 79.73057°W / 43.73239; -79.73057
Information
School typeProvincial, Secondary School
FoundedJune 1, 1978
OpenedJune 1, 1978
School boardPeel District School Board
SuperintendentMichelle Stubbings
Area trusteeStan Cameron
Suzanne Nurse
Kathy McDonald
Carrie Andrews
Harkirat Singh
David Green
School number930679
PrincipalRobert Lompart
Grades9-12
Enrollment700
LanguageEnglish
Colour(s)Black and gold         
MascotThe Hornet
Team nameHornets
Website

Judith Nyman Secondary School is a high school in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. It is one of two vocational schools operated by the Peel District School Board, the other being West Credit Secondary School in Mississauga.

Upon graduation from Judith Nyman Secondary School, students receive an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or Certificate and may also qualify for a Skills Portfolio, which lists the trade-specific skills that the student has mastered through his or her in-school and co-op education courses.

The school was originally known as North Peel Secondary School, but was renamed in 2010 after a former administrator and Associate Director of the Peel District School Board.

In 2010, comedian Russell Peters established the Russell Peters North Peel Scholarship, an award worth up to $21,000 and intended to finance up to three years of college.[1] It will be awarded annually to a student from Judith Nyman Secondary School (formerly North Peel) with a strong academic record and the intention of attending college.[2][1]

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  1. ^ a b Morvay, Jonathan (2010-04-30). "Russell Peters creates $20,000 college scholarship". Punchlinemagazine.com. Archived from the original on 2011-07-04. Retrieved 2011-03-11.
  2. ^ "Comedian Russell Peters awards scholarship to Randy Adams". Digitaljournal.com. Retrieved 2011-03-11.

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