Colonel Gray High School

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Colonel Gray Senior High School
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Colonel Gray High School
175 Spring Park Road

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Coordinates 46°14′28″N63°08′25″W / 46.2410°N 63.1404°W / 46.2410; -63.1404 Coordinates: 46°14′28″N63°08′25″W / 46.2410°N 63.1404°W / 46.2410; -63.1404
School type Public High school
Motto"Quaecumque Vera"
(Whatsover things are true)
School board Public Schools Branch
SuperintendentParker Grimmer
AdministratorMary Whalley
Kelly Minnis
Deneen Gallant-Norring
PrincipalRob MacAdam
Grades 10-12
Enrollment913 (2019)
Language English
Colour(s)Burgundy and Grey  
Mascot Colonel
Team nameColonel Gray Colonels

Colonel Gray Sr. High School (CGHS), colloquially referred to as "The Gray", is a Canadian secondary school in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Its zone includes students from the central parts of Queens County, in the City of Charlottetown.


The school is administratively part of the Public Schools Branch. Its official colours are Burgundy and Gray and the mascot is a Colonel. The sports teams from "The Gray" are called the Colonel Gray Colonels.

History and characteristics

IB Subjects Offered: [2]

The school has 80 staff members who offer instruction in grades 10, 11 and 12 for approximately 1000 students. The high school offers both French and English-language instruction and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. [3]


School sports

Sports at Colonel Gray today

Colonel Gray is home to many sports. Colonel Gray has fields for the following sports: field hockey, soccer/rugby and softball. The fields are shared with Simmons Sports Arena and Queen Charlotte Intermediate School which are both within walking distance. The school is also within walking distance of the Victoria Park tennis courts, outdoor pool, and baseball fields.

Sports offered at Colonel Gray include:

The school's athletic logo. Colonel Gray Colonel.jpg
The school's athletic logo.

Sports tournaments

The Wall of Fame Cup

A men's and women's volleyball and soccer tournament hosted in October. Each year several notable Colonel Gray alumni athletes are inducted into the Colonel Gray Wall of Fame at a Dinner hosted at the Holland College Culinary Center.

The Colonel Gray Classic

A Women's basketball tournament hosted in early December by Colonel Gray High which draws schools competing from across the Maritime provinces.

The Gray Cup

A Men's basketball tournament hosted in early December by Colonel Gray High which draws schools competing from across the Maritime provinces.


Notable alumni

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  1. "About Us". 2007-12-15.
  2. "The IB at Colonel Gray" . Retrieved March 5, 2014.
  3. "The IB at Colonel Gray".