Quebec High School

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Quebec High School
Quebec High School (crest).jpg
945, avenue Belvédère
Quebec City, Quebec, G1S 3G2
Coordinates 46°47′52″N 71°14′23″W / 46.79778°N 71.23972°W / 46.79778; -71.23972Coordinates: 46°47′52″N 71°14′23″W / 46.79778°N 71.23972°W / 46.79778; -71.23972
School type Public school
Motto Animo et Fide
(Prosper and Integrity)
School board Central Quebec School Board
Principal Warren Thomson
Staff 73
Grades Secondary I-V (12-17)
Enrollment 350
Language English

Quebec High School (QHS) is a high school belonging to the Central Quebec School Board. The School is located in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, and is one of three English-language high schools that serve the Quebec region (the others being Saint-Patrick's High School and Dollard-des-Ormeaux located on CFB Valcartier). The school is composed of three main floors. While the school once had a separate girls wing and boys wing, it is now is a mixed school integrating both sexes.

In 2006, QHS began a three-year process to implement an initiative called the Community Learning Centre Project. This initiative was made possible through the Canada Entente agreement with the federal government and the Quebec Ministry of Education.

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