Mount Baker Secondary School

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Mount Baker Secondary[1]
1410 Baker Street
Cranbrook, British Columbia, V1C 1B2
Coordinates 49°30′45″N 115°45′39″W / 49.51263°N 115.76074°W / 49.51263; -115.76074Coordinates: 49°30′45″N 115°45′39″W / 49.51263°N 115.76074°W / 49.51263; -115.76074
School type Public, high school
School board School District 5 Southeast Kootenay
School number 502001
Principal Viveka Johnson
Staff 60
Grades 10-12
Enrollment 1500 (January 16, 2006)
Colour(s) Black, red, white
Mascot Wild Bear
Team name Wild

Mount Baker Secondary School is the only public high school in Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada. It is part of School District 5 Southeast Kootenay. Mount Baker Secondary School accommodates approximately 1500 Grade 10 - 12 students and is the largest high school in the district. Mount Baker offers a large variety of courses, academic programs, and AAAA and AAA Athletics.


  1. ^ "For School Data, Source: BC Schools Book." Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Education January 16, 2006.

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