Osgoode Township High School

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Osgoode Township High School
Osgoode Township High School (crest).png
Address
2800 8th Line Road

, ,
Canada
Coordinates45°13′44″N 75°28′11″W / 45.2288°N 75.4698°W / 45.2288; -75.4698Coordinates: 45°13′44″N 75°28′11″W / 45.2288°N 75.4698°W / 45.2288; -75.4698
Information
Founded1954
School boardOttawa Carleton District School Board
SuperintendentPeter Gamwell
Area trusteeMark Fisher
PrincipalRupi Bergamin
Grades9 to 12 (semestered)
Enrollment625 (2014-2015)
CampusRural, Suburban
AreaOsgoode Township
Colour(s)Double Blue     
MascotPanther
Team nameThe Panthers
Communities servedMetcalfe and surrounding area
Feeder schoolsMetcalfe Public, Castor Valley, Rideau Valley
Website

Osgoode Township High School is an Ottawa-Carleton District School Board high school in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is located in the rural town of Metcalfe. The school was opened in 1954 as part of the Carleton Board of Education. It joined the new OCDSB in 1998 when the Carleton Board of Education merged with the Ottawa Board of Education. The school's motto 'Semper d altiora nitamur' means 'Always, we strive for higher'.

Catchment area[edit]

The student body is drawn from the communities of Greely, Osgoode, Metcalfe, Carlsbad, Vernon, Edwards, Kenmore, portions of Manotick and the area surrounding these communities.

Extra curricular[edit]

There is a strong music program at OTHS. The school has both a concert and a jazz band and allows students to join for pleasure or to earn academic credits.

Despite its small size, the school has a strong athletics program. It has had successful ventures in both boys and girls curling, girls basketball and hockey, jr. girl's touch football, rowing, track, girls rugby, and boys rugby, bringing several teams to OFSAA in recent years. The famous hockey player and coach Larry Robinson attended OTHS in the 1960s.

The school's primary sports teams are known as the "Panthers".

Programs offered[edit]

In addition to the regular English Ontario school curriculum, OTHS also offers:

  • Cooperative Education
  • Composite High School
  • Late French Immersion
  • Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program

See also[edit]

Population numbers are from the City of Ottawa 2004 estimates except for Edwards.

City of Ottawa 2004 community estimates

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