Bluefield High School (Prince Edward Island)

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Bluefield High School
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Bluefield High School (Prince Edward Island)
924 Colville Road

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Canada
Coordinates 46°16′56″N63°17′35″W / 46.282343°N 63.293184°W / 46.282343; -63.293184 Coordinates: 46°16′56″N63°17′35″W / 46.282343°N 63.293184°W / 46.282343; -63.293184
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School type Public High school
MottoTomorrow's Education Today
Founded1978
School board Public Schools Branch
SuperintendentJane McMillan
AdministratorLenette MacDougal
Jeannie Lane
PrincipalStephen Wenn
Grades 10-12
Enrolment700 (2011)
Language English
Area98,001 square-feet
Colour(s)Blue and White   
MascotBobcat
Team nameBluefield Bobcats
Website www.bluefieldhigh.ca

Bluefield High School (BHS) is a Canadian secondary school in Hampshire, Prince Edward Island for students from the Mid-part of Queens County, including the town of Cornwall.

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The school is administratively part of the Public Schools Branch. [1] Its official colours are blue and white and the mascot is a Bobcat. The sports teams from BHS are called the Bluefield Bobcats.

History and characteristics

The high school offers both French and English languages. [3]

Facilities

The school's $40,000 HP grant in 2008 allowed the school to install some of the following features:

School sports

Sports at Bluefield High Include:

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The high school's Athletic Logo.

Sports tournaments

The Snowbird Classic

A basketball tournament hosted in December by Bluefield High which draws schools competing from across P.E.I., New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

The annual teams are the Bluefield Bobcats, the Rural Raiders, the Colonel Gray Colonels, the Three Oaks Axemen, the Tantramar Titans and the Sackville Kingfishers.

Bluefield Invitational Hockey Tournament

In 2012 Bluefield High School and the school's Parent Advisory Council decided to have a fundraising hockey tournament in rinks in Kensington, Montague and Charlottetown. The round-robin tournament featured four female teams and five male teams from the high schools of Evangeline High, Kinkora High, Bluefield High, Colonel Gray Sr. High, Montague High and Souris High.

This was the first time that high school hockey has been played on PEI since 1989 when Bluefield won the provincial title. Funds went to support the Breakfast Program, band, Jo-bo Fitness and sports teams at Bluefield. [4]

Clubs at Bluefield

Notable alumni

See also

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  2. "PEI Government".
  3. "School spirit". Archived from the original on 2012-03-24.
  4. "High School Hockey". Archived from the original on 2013-12-03. Retrieved 2012-03-27.