Timberline Secondary School

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Timberline Secondary
School type Public, high school
School boardSchool District 72
PrincipalLaird Ruehlen
Grades 9-12
Enrollment738 (September 2009)
Colour(s)Red, blue, white, and grey.
Team nameTimberline Wolves
Website www.sd72.bc.ca/school/timberline

Timberline Secondary is a public high school in Campbell River, British Columbia part of School District 72 Campbell River. [1]

Timberline opened in 1997 to be the second public high school in the city of Campbell River. The school gets its name in part from the fact it was built to blend in with the surrounding forest, which has since been cut down. It shares residence with the Campbell River campus of North Island College.

It has won provincial team championships in boys' soccer and girls' volleyball. Individually, Timberline has had three provincial wrestling champions: Ashley Osachuk (2012, 2013), Bret Nelson (2014) and CJ Foy (2015, 2016). Osachuk was named the outstanding wrestler at the 2012 provincial wrestling championships. Osachuk and Nelson have both gone on to accept wrestling scholarships at Simon Fraser University (NCAA Division II). Foy has accepted a scholarship to the University of Calgary (CIS). Other outstanding alumni include Riley O'Neill (NCAA Division I - University of Kentucky - Soccer).[ citation needed ]

The school is the shared home with Carihi Secondary to members of Youth 4 Diversity, who were awarded the 2008 British Columbia Nesika Award. [2]

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  1. "Timberline". www.sd72.bc.ca. 2021-05-24. Retrieved 2023-05-27.
  2. "Diversity in British Columbia".{{cite web}}: Missing or empty |url= (help) "Diversity in British Columbia: Provincial Nesika Awards". Archived from the original on 2009-02-26. Retrieved 2009-07-12.