Lindsay Place High School

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Lindsay Place High School
Lindsay Place High School.jpg
111 Broadview Avenue,
Pointe-Claire, Quebec, H9R 3Z3
Coordinates 45°27′23″N 73°47′49″W / 45.45639°N 73.79694°W / 45.45639; -73.79694Coordinates: 45°27′23″N 73°47′49″W / 45.45639°N 73.79694°W / 45.45639; -73.79694
School type High School
Founded 1962
School board Lester B. Pearson School Board
Principal David Estok
Staff > 100
Grades Secondary I-V
Enrollment >770 (2014)
Language English
Colour(s) Red, White and Black
Team name Eagles

Lindsay Place High School (LPHS) is a high school situated in Pointe-Claire, Quebec, on the island of Montreal. It is a part of the Lester B. Pearson School Board. It is the largest school in the board.

The high school building, which opened its doors in September 1962, is named after Judge Lindsay H. Place, who was a judge in Montreal.

In the 2006-2007 school year the school began offering a new program to students interested in music. The program consisted of private lessons, multiple before school rehearsals and music theory and history classes, called the Arts-Etude program. Lindsay Place is very well known for its excellent music program.

The school has nearly 100 staff members and over 750 students.

In 2012, the school received a grant from the Quebec government which allowed the school to form a boys tackle football team, which began its first season in 2013, after a 14-year hiatus.

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