Three Rivers Academy

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Three Rivers Academy
1875 rue Nicolas-Perrot

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Coordinates 46°21′36″N72°32′53″W / 46.359872°N 72.548003°W / 46.359872; -72.548003 Coordinates: 46°21′36″N72°32′53″W / 46.359872°N 72.548003°W / 46.359872; -72.548003
School type Public, High School
School board Central Quebec School Board
PrincipalFaisal Docter
Grades Grade 7-11
Enrollment140-160 (approx)
LanguageEnglish, French
Colour(s)Red, Black, Gold
Team namePhoenix

The Three Rivers Academy is an English-language high school in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada. It was created[ when? ] from the amalgamation of St. Patrick's High School and Three Rivers High School.

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Sports and traditions

Three Rivers Academy has athletic teams in basketball, flag football, ultimate frisbee, and floorball.

Ultimate (sport) Team sport played with a thrown disc

Ultimate, also and originally known as ultimate frisbee, is a non-contact team sport played with a flying disc (frisbee). Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia High School in Maplewood, New Jersey. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. The term frisbee, often used to generically describe all flying discs, is a registered trademark of the Wham-O toy company, and thus the sport is not formally called "Ultimate frisbee", though this name is still in common casual use. Points are scored by passing the disc to a teammate in the opposing end zone. Other basic rules are that players must not take steps while holding the disc, and interceptions, incomplete passes, and passes out of bounds are turnovers. Rain, wind, or occasionally other adversities can make for a testing match with rapid turnovers, heightening the pressure of play.

Floorball ballgame-team sport

Floorball is a type of floor hockey with five players and a goalkeeper in each team. Men and women play indoors with 96–115.5 cm-long (37.8–45.5 in) sticks and a 70–72 mm-circumference (2.8–2.8 in) plastic ball with holes. Matches are played in three twenty-minute periods. Floorball was included in the World Games for the first time in 2017 in Wroclaw, Poland. Sweden were the first World Games gold medal winners.

Annual events include a spring festival and MC/MR festivities.


Three Rivers Academy offers an English Secondary program in line with the Québec Educational Program with emphasis on computers, mathematics and the sciences. The school also offers as well a Sports Study Program.

Support Services

TRA has support services which include special education technicians, career advisors, homework assistance, psycho-educator, psychologist, and a nurse.

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