Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School

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Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary
Lord Tweedsmuir (main entrance 2010).jpg
Address
6151 180 St
Surrey, British Columbia, V3S 4L5
 Canada
Coordinates 49°06′54″N 122°43′29″W / 49.1149°N 122.7248°W / 49.1149; -122.7248Coordinates: 49°06′54″N 122°43′29″W / 49.1149°N 122.7248°W / 49.1149; -122.7248
Information
School type Public, high school
Motto
  • PRIDE:
  • Personal
  • Responsibility
  • In
  • Developing
  • Excellence
Founded 1946
School board School District 36 Surrey
School number 3636041
Principal Ms. Gloria Sarmento
Vice Principals
  • Ms. Alyssa Malkoske
  • Ms. M. Player
  • Mr. Sukh Rai
Staff approx. 150
Grades 8-12
Enrollment 2081 (January 2016)
Classes 359
Language English and French emersion
Schedule type 5 Block Schedule
Area Cloverdale, British Columbia
Colour(s) Green     
Black     
Mascot Panther
Rival Clayton Heights Secondary School
Feeder schools
  • A J McLellan
  • Adams Road
  • Don Christian
  • George Greenaway
  • Martha Currie
  • Sunrise Ridge
  • Surrey Centre
Website

Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary (sometimes shortened to Tweedy) is a public high school in the Vancouver suburb of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada and is part of School District 36 Surrey. In September 1993, staff and students from Cloverdale Junior Secondary and Lord Tweedsmuir Senior Secondary joined together to form Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary, and moved into the new building. Lord Tweedsmuir's name has been attached to a school in the Cloverdale area since 1940 when Canada's Governor General, John Buchan, Lord Tweedsmuir of Elsfield died.

Athletic Achievements[edit]

  • 2001-02 City Hockey Champions
  • 2014- Cod champs 1976- B.C. Rugby Champions

External links[edit]

School Reports - Ministry of Education[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Physical Education - Lord Tweedsmuir". www.surreyschools.ca. Archived from the original on February 16, 2017. Retrieved 2017-02-16. 
  2. ^ "Public School Reports - Reporting on K to 12". www.bced.gov.bc.ca. Archived from the original on February 16, 2017. Retrieved 2017-02-16.