Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School
|Robert F. Hall|
|6500 Old Church Road
|Established||September 6, 1992|
|School board||Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board|
|Enrollment||1,938 (As of October 31, 2009)|
Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School (sometimes referred to as Hall or abbreviated as RFH) is a catholic school located in Caledon, Ontario, Canada. The school was named after Robert Francis (Bob) Hall (1925–1989), the first lay person after whom a catholic secondary school has been named in the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board. The patron saint of Hall is St. Francis of Assisi.
As of 1999 the school shares its library with the Town of Caledon.
Robert F. Hall requires students to go through four or five years of schooling. During these four or five years, a student must accumulate 30 credits to graduate. A credit may be gained by completing a course successfully with a passing mark of 50% or higher.
There are multiple student groups, school clubs and sports teams that are currently active at Robert F. Hall. The school implemented the Link Crew program, which gives freshmen a chance to meet with senior students for some peer guidance.
- Calleja, Frank. "Peel Catholic board told to reduce costs ; Administrative spending violates guidelines." Toronto Star. September 30, 1999. News 1. Retrieved on June 8, 2012.