St. Thomas High School (Quebec)

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Saint Thomas High School
Address
120 Ambassador Avenue
Pointe-Claire, Quebec, H9R 1S8
Canada
Information
School type High School
Motto Via, Veritas, Vita
(The Way, The Truth, The Life)
Religious affiliation(s) None (Formerly Roman Catholic)[1]
Founded 1960
School board Lester B. Pearson School Board
Principal D. Abracen
Grades Secondary I-V
Enrollment 1355
Language English courses in French and Spanish
Colour(s) Green and white         
Mascot Zulus
Team name Knights & Zulus
Website

St. Thomas High School is a High School in the municipality of Pointe-Claire, situated in Quebec, Canada. Originally a Roman Catholic foundation,[2] the college is a member of the International Baccalaureate Organization's certified Middle Years Programme. Saint Thomas High School is the second largest high school operated by the Lester B. Pearson School Board in Montreal. It is second to only Lindsay Place High School, which is also located in Pointe-Claire. For the 2008 school year, Saint Thomas High School ranked 22 out of all 466 schools in the province.[3]

The present population is 1,355 students and includes students from thirty-nine Elementary Schools. St. Thomas has a Code of Conduct developed collaboratively by staff, and parents, which ensures a student's right to be educated in a caring, respectful environment. St. Thomas has an Honour Society in order to grant recognition to their top students.

Notable Alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Editors, Gazette. "New School, Both Big, Unique". The Montreal Gazette, 19 October 1962. Retrieved 16 August 2015. This (St Thomas') is the first Catholic high school to house both French and English and under the one roof... 
  2. ^ Editors, Gazette. "New School, Both Big, Unique". The Montreal Gazette, 19 October 1962. Retrieved 16 August 2015. This (St Thomas') is the first Catholic high school to house both French and English and under the one roof... 
  3. ^ Fraser Institute-School Report Cards"