Spectrum Community School (British Columbia)

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Spectrum Community School
Spectrum community school logo.gif
Address
957 Burnside Road West
Saanich, British Columbia, V8Z 6E1
Canada
Coordinates 48°28′07″N 123°21′35″W / 48.4687°N 123.3597°W / 48.4687; -123.3597Coordinates: 48°28′07″N 123°21′35″W / 48.4687°N 123.3597°W / 48.4687; -123.3597
Information
School type Public, high school
Founded 1974
School board School District 61 Greater Victoria
Principal Rob House
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1184[1] (2016-2017)
Language English,
Campus Suburban
Colour(s) Orange, White & Black             
Mascot Hokie
Team name Thunder
Website

Spectrum Community School is a high school in the Greater Victoria suburb of Saanich, British Columbia, Canada. It is part of the Greater Victoria School District and serves the western portion of the district. Spectrum was established in 1974 as a replacement for Mount View High School and the school moved into the new facility in 1976.[2] In 2005 a $5.5 million addition and renovation was completed. There are four computer labs and an active interactive whiteboard resources program. The school has an Aboriginal Nations Education program and accepts international students from the Victoria International High School program.[3] The school's auditorium is a venue for the Greater Victoria Performing Arts festival.[4] In 2006 students voted to select a team name and the nickname "Thunder" was chosen.

Programs[edit]

Academic

  • Health Science
  • Secondary School Apprenticeship
  • Infotech
  • AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination)
  • Honours classes

Career

  • Culinary Arts/Cook Training
  • Electrical
  • Law Careers
  • Outdoor Leadership

Performing Arts

  • Junior Concert, Jazz, and Marching Band,
  • Senior Concert, Jazz and Marching Band
  • Junior Musical Theatre
  • Mainstage Musical Theatre Production
  • Pit Orchestra
  • Dance Performance, Choreography, and Advanced Dance
  • Stagecraft & Technical Theatre
  • Video Arts & Media Arts

Athletics
There are 19 athletic teams, including:

  • Hockey Skills Academy
  • Lacrosse Academy

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

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