Oromocto High School

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Oromocto High School
The school logo from 2009.
25 MacKenzie Avenue

New Brunswick
TypePublic High School
MottoFinis Coronat Laborem
("The End Crowns the Work")
PrincipalJeff Holder
Age range14-20
Color(s)Blue and Gold         

Oromocto High School is a high school located in Oromocto, New Brunswick, Canada. It is the third largest school in the Anglophone West School District (ASD-W) and the source of education for about 1068 students annually. Oromocto High School is also the location for the Oromocto Education Centre. The principal is Jeff Holder, vice-principals are Darla Day, Maxine McConnell, and (acting) Peter Batt.

General Information[edit]

OHS is currently the 5th largest school in the province of New Brunswick. The school is home to a mandatory grade nine physical education program. This program includes activities such as 20 Minute fitness run, weight training/lifting, in its grade A weight room, square-dancing, and more. OHS is also the only High School in the province of New Brunswick which offers all NBIAA Sports to students. The school has a newly remodeled 350 seat teaching theater. It is also home to an AP Psychology class with one of the highest success rates in the country. OHS has a small flower room on the roof for different classes. OHS also has a welding room for many different classes/tasks.

The Building[edit]

Oromocto High School was built in 1965 with additions added in 1976.[1] The building has sixty-four classrooms, a double gym, a BBT lab, seven computer labs, a physics lab, a greenhouse, a 350-seat "Teaching Theatre" used for plays, lectures by guest speakers, and district drama festivals. There are also three biology labs, a media resource centre, an automotive technology laboratory, a materials technology laboratory. There are also three courtyards that are used for outdoor classes and BBQ's.

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