St. Clair Secondary School

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Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
School type Secondary School
Status Running Well
School board Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB)
Principal Paul Wiersma
Staff 95
Grades 9-12
Age range 14-18
Enrolment Approximately 550 students.
Medium of language English, French, Spanish, and Ojibwe
School colour(s) Purple and White
Athletics Basketball, Baseball, Badminton, Tennis, Rugby,Soccer, Cross Country, Track and Field,Volleyball, Football
Nickname SCSS
Feeder to Lansdowne, Confederation Central

St. Clair Secondary School is a high school in Sarnia, Ontario. It is currently closed. It is part of the Lambton Kent District School Board. It has approximately 550 full-time students (2015–2016). St. Clair is being consolidated with Sarnia Collegiate Institute & Technical School under a new school name, colour, and mascot next school year due to declining enrollment. The new school will open in September 2017.

Team name: Colts
School colours: Purple and white
Grades: 9–12


St. Clair Secondary School has teams that are competitive at the board, regional, provincial, and national level. Teams include:(1)

  • Badminton
  • Baseball
  • Basketball (Girls AA OFSAA Silver 2009,2010)
  • Cross Country Running
  • Football(2015 OFSAA 8-man Champs)
  • Golf
  • Hockey
  • Reach For The Top (Trivia)
  • Rugby (Girls AA OFSAA Bronze 2010)
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling


St. Clair has strong instrumental and vocal music programs. The bands (Grade 9, Junior, Senior, and Jazz) compete at local and out of town music festivals. Most years the school also puts on a dramatic musical production.

St. Clair has a group of singers in its very own vocals class. The singers of the class often put on shows for the community to come watch usually for a small price. Families will come watch music night, musicals, and their own event St. Clair Idol. The last St. Clair Idol event was held January 19th 2011. This year was the fifth year of the event.

Important event[edit]

2011 was St. Clair's 50th Anniversary

Notable graduates[edit]

  • Mike Weir (professional golfer)
  • Kim Mitchell (Canadian rock artist)- Dropped out.
  • Aaron Stevens (graphic designer/visual artist)

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Coordinates: 42°58′00″N 82°21′58″W / 42.96674°N 82.36603°W / 42.96674; -82.36603