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Archbishop O'Leary Catholic High School

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School type  Secondary school
Superintendent  Joan Carr
AP Coordinator  Bryan Clintberg
Number of students  1,600
Founded  1960
Principal  David Bouma
Phone  +1 780-476-6251
Motto  "Viam Veritatis Elegi"
School board  Edmonton Catholic School District
Address  8760 132 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5E 0X8, Canada
District  Edmonton Catholic School District
Similar  Ross Sheppard High Sch, Queen Elizabeth High Sch, Archbishop MacDonald Catholic, M E Lazerte School, Edmonton Catholic Schools

Archbishop O'Leary is a high school located in northeast Edmonton just north of the downtown core. Archbishop O'Leary is known for its diverse teaching ways. The high school is fairly large with an enrollment of about 1.6k students.

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History

Archbishop O'Leary was opened in 1960 when Edmonton had a population of about 150,000. It is an old school, but is currently being renovated. A new area already added is called the "Success Centre", where students can go to socialize, do homework, plan for their futures and check out books.

Notable alumni

  • Chris Benoit - professional wrestler
  • Emilio Fraietta - Canadian football player
  • Matt Frattin - professional hockey player
  • Grace Mahary - fashion model
  • Ross Ongaro - professional soccer player and coach; FIFA instructor
  • Fernando Pisani - professional hockey player
  • Sheldon Souray - professional hockey player
  • Mark Twitchell - Edmonton murderer, inspired by the television show Dexter
  • References

    Archbishop O'Leary Catholic High School Wikipedia


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