Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School

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Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School
Location
149 Berrigan Drive, Nepean, Ottawa, Ontario
Canada
Coordinates 45°16′46″N 75°44′27″W / 45.27944°N 75.74083°W / 45.27944; -75.74083Coordinates: 45°16′46″N 75°44′27″W / 45.27944°N 75.74083°W / 45.27944; -75.74083
Information
Type Public
Established 2009
School district 9
Principal Mark Harris
Faculty 100+ teachers
Grades 7-12
Number of students 2000+
Colour(s) Purple, Black, Grey and White
Mascot Otis Midnight Jackson
School Board OCDSB
Superintendent Shawn Lehman
Website

Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School is Grade 7-12 public school in Barrhaven, a suburb of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Founded in 2009, it is the first school in the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) to encompass grades 7 through 12.

Faculty[edit]

The school opened in September 2009 providing services for Grades, 7-12. The staff has grown to over 100 and the student population exceeds 2000. In 2013 it was announced that Longfields would be receiving a 15.2 million dollar expansion to accommodate for the growing student population.

Sports[edit]

During the fall season of the 2014-2015 school year Longfields had 4 teams qualify for Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) championships. The Senior Boys Soccer Team, Senior Girls Basketball Team, and the Varsity Girls Field Hockey team all brought home city championships and the Senior Boys Volleyball team finished 2nd in the city to Lisgar after losing 3 sets to none in the city finals.

Arts[edit]

Longfields' drama program has put on a variety of different plays and musicals. 2009-2010: Musical, Little Shop of Horrors. 2010-2011: Play, Midsummer Night's Dream. 2011-2012: Musical, Lucky Stiff. 2012-2013: Play, Seven Stories. 2013-2014: Musical, Zombie Prom. 2014-2015: Play, The Laramie Project. 2015-2016: Musical, In the Heights. 2016-2017: Play, Almost Maine.

Clubs[edit]

  • IC Change
  • Tools With Impact
  • Ravens TV
  • Live It Up
  • HOPE
  • Robotics
  • Yearbook
  • Student Council
  • Athletic Council
  • GSA
  • Key Club

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