Three Oaks Senior High School

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Coordinates 46°24′03″N63°46′39″W / 46.4007°N 63.7776°W / 46.4007; -63.7776 Coordinates: 46°24′03″N63°46′39″W / 46.4007°N 63.7776°W / 46.4007; -63.7776
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School type Public High school
Motto"Veritas Vincit"
(Truth Conquers)
School board Public Schools Branch
SuperintendentCindy Fleet
PrincipalJacqueline Reeves
Grades 10-12
Enrollment757 (2019)
Language English
Colour(s)Green and Gold   
MascotAxeman
Team nameThree Oaks Axemen
Website threeoakshighschool.wordpress.com

Three Oaks Senior High School (often abbreviated as TOSH) is a Canadian secondary school located in Summerside, Prince Edward Island for students from the eastern part of Prince County, including the City of Summerside.

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The school is administratively part of the Public Schools Branch. [1] Its official colours are Green and Gold and the mascot is an Axeman. The sports teams from TOSH are called the Three Oaks Axemen.

History and characteristics

The school opened in 1976 to replace the Summerside High School on Central Street. This building eventually became Summerside Intermediate School.[ citation needed ]

School sports

Sports at Three Oaks Today

TOSH is home to many extracurricular sporting events that are offered throughout students' three years of high school. There is one Field Hockey field, one Softball field, and three Soccer/Rugby fields.

Sports at Three Oaks Senior High Include:

Sports tournaments

The Christmas Classic

A Women's and men's basketball tournament hosted in early December by Three Oaks Senior High School which draws schools competing from across P.E.I., New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Six women's basketball teams and eight men's basketball teams from schools across the Maritimes take part in the annual basketball tournament.

The annual teams are the Three Oaks Axemen, the Charlottetown Rural Raiders, the Colonel Gray Colonels, the Bluefield Bobcats, the Lockview Dragons, the Millwood Knights, the Sussex Sonics, the Miramichi Golden Eagles, the Dalhousie Vultures and the Amherst Vikings.

The Winter Classic

A Men's basketball tournament hosted in early January by Three Oaks Senior High School which draws schools competing from across the three Prince Edward Island County which are: Kings County, Queens County, and Prince County. A total of six men's basketball teams from schools across the province take part in the annual basketball tournament.

The annual teams are the Three Oaks Axemen, the Charlottetown Rural Raiders, the Kensington Torchmen, the Westisle Wolverines the Montague Vikings and the Colonel Gray Colonels. [2]

David Voye Memorial Rugby Tournament

A Women's and men's rugby tournament hosted in early May by Three Oaks Senior High School which draws schools competing from across P.E.I., New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

The annual teams are the Three Oaks Axemen, the Charlottetown Rural Raiders, the Bluefield Bobcats, the Westisle Wolverines, the North Nova Gryphons, the Cobequid Cougar, the Montague Vikings, the Colonel Gray Colonels, the Avonview Avalanche, the Horton Griffin and the Northumberland Nighthawks.

Clubs at Three Oaks

TOSH is home to a variety of clubs, including:

Notable graduates

See also

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References

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  2. "Three Oaks hosting AA boys' basketball event this weekend" . Retrieved 2011-03-18.
  3. "U Sports Information Record for Players and Coaches: Walter Moyse". U Sports Hoops—Men. Martin Timmerman. Retrieved 15 March 2017.
  4. 1 2 "Team PEI Names Flag and Torch Bearer for Canada Games Closing Ceremonies". Government of Prince Edward Island. 9 March 2009. Retrieved 15 March 2017.