Sacred Heart High School (Ottawa)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Sacred Heart Catholic High School
870 Abbott Street
Ottawa, Ontario, K2S 1X4
Coordinates 45°15′49″N 75°54′37″W / 45.263668°N 75.910292°W / 45.263668; -75.910292Coordinates: 45°15′49″N 75°54′37″W / 45.263668°N 75.910292°W / 45.263668; -75.910292
School type Ottawa Catholic High School
Founded 1999
School board Ottawa Catholic School Board
Principal Alex Belloni
Grades 7-12
Enrollment 1980
Language English, French
Campus Mixed (Urban/Rural)
Colour(s) White, Red and Black             
Team name Huskies
Rival South Carleton High School

Sacred Heart Catholic High School is a secondary school of the Ottawa Catholic School Board in Ottawa, Ontario Canada. It serves as a middle school and also as a high school, having classes from grades seven to twelve. The team name is the Sacred Heart Huskies with the colours white, red and black. Some of Sacred Heart's feeder schools include: Guardian Angels Catholic Elementary School, Holy Spirit Catholic Elementary School, St. Phillips Catholic Elementary School, St. Stephen's Catholic Elemntary school, Sittsville Public School and Westwind Public School, among others. The school is run in the district of John Curry the local trustee of zone 1. Sacred Heart is the largest high school in Ontario according to student population.

See also[edit]