Oak Park High School (Manitoba)

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Oak Park High School
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Coordinates 49°51′03″N 97°18′33″W / 49.8509°N 97.3093°W / 49.8509; -97.3093Coordinates: 49°51′03″N 97°18′33″W / 49.8509°N 97.3093°W / 49.8509; -97.3093
Type Public
Motto Committed to Excellence in Academics, Arts, Athletes and Community Service.
Principal Michelle Lawrence
Faculty 137
Grades 10–12 (english) 9-12 (french)
Enrollment 750
Colour(s) Blue, White and Silver               
Team name Raiders

Oak Park High School is a high school located in the Charleswood area of Winnipeg, Manitoba. It offers a dual-track English and French Immersion program. Oak Park also offers Advanced Placement (AP) courses and one of the most comprehensive fine arts programs in the province.[1] The Oak Park Raiders have won 3 Manitoba High School Athletics Association titles over the past decade, the most in Winnipeg.[1]


Oak Park High School has one of the best athletic programs in the province. As a regular contender in many sports, Oak Park has made their mark on the sport community. Oak Park took eight provincial titles in 2010-2011 and was provincial finalists in Varsity Girls Basketball and Girls Outdoor Soccer. The school offers an extensive list of extracurriculars, including: basketball, darts, football, hockey, soccer (indoor and outdoor), volleyball, rugby, cheerleading, ultimate frisbee, water polo, track & field, badminton, dance, curling and field lacrosse.

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Oak Park is known in both the local and national community alike as having class leading committees such as their volunteerism based social justice committee,[4] the sustainability based progressive conservation committee or their yearbook committee.[5]


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