Lindsay Place High School

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Lindsay Place High School
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111 Broadview Avenue,

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Coordinates45°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 typeHigh School
School boardLester B. Pearson School Board
PrincipalDavid Estok
Staff< 50
GradesSecondary I-V
Enrollment>500 (2018)
Colour(s)Red, White and Black
Team nameEagles

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.

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.

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.

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ "About Bruce Dowbiggin". Retrieved March 9, 2019.

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