St. Albert Catholic High School
|St. Albert Catholic High School|
|33 Malmo Avenue
St. Albert, Alberta, T8N 1L5
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|School board||Greater St. Albert Catholic Regional Division No. 29|
|Principal||Danielle Karaki, AP - Darren Skalski|
|Language||English and French immersion|
|Colour(s)||Yellow and Blue|
St. Albert Catholic High School (SACHS) is a high school in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada and is part of Greater St. Albert Catholic Regional Division No. 29. The school colours are yellow and blue. SACHS sports teams are the Skyhawks. SACHS Senior girls basketball program has won back to back 3A provincial championships and is considered one of the premier basketball programs in the province. Shelby Hucul, a 2011 graduate, was selected top 3A female basketball player in the province and will be playing at the University of Alberta Pandas. In addition, SACHS is well known for its football program, which continues to send multiple players to post secondary opportunities. SACHS alumni Tanner Doll won the 104th Grey Cup as a Long Snapper with the Ottawa RedBlacks in 2016 at BMO Field in Toronto.
Programs of Study
St. Albert Catholic High School offers the International Baccalaureate (I.B.) Diploma Program in addition to the Alberta education curriculum.
- Paul Chalifoux - Former Mayor of St. Albert
- Su-Ling Goh - Health Matters Reporter of Global Edmonton
- Tanner Doll - Ottawa RedBlacks Long Snapper
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