Tommy Douglas Collegiate

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Tommy Douglas Collegiate
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Tommy Douglas Collegiate
130 Bowlt Crescent

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S7M 0L1

Canada
Coordinates 52°07′43″N106°44′50″W / 52.128476°N 106.747190°W / 52.128476; -106.747190 Coordinates: 52°07′43″N106°44′50″W / 52.128476°N 106.747190°W / 52.128476; -106.747190
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TypeSecondary
Opened2007 (2007)
School board Saskatoon Public Schools
PrincipalDavid Fisher
Grades9 to 12
Enrollment990 [1]  (2017)
Education systemPublic
LanguageEnglish, French Immersion
Colour(s)Navy and orange   
MascotTiger
Team nameTigers
Website www.saskatoonpublicschools.ca/school/tommydouglas
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Tommy Douglas Collegiate Institute is a high school located in the Blairmore Suburban Centre district of western Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, serving students from grades 9 through 12. It is named for Tommy Douglas, the "Father of Canadian Medicare," leader of the Saskatchewan Co-operative Commonwealth Federation and premier of Saskatchewan from 1944 to 1961. The school is unique among Saskatoon public schools in that it is the first to be physically connected to both a regional recreation complex (Shaw Centre) and to a Catholic/separate school (Bethlehem Catholic High School).

Contents

Currently its feeder schools are Dundonald School, Ernest Lindner School, Fairhaven School, James L. Alexander School, Lester B. Pearson School, Montgomery School, Wâhkôhtowin School and École Henry Kelsey.

Recreation

50-metre pool, fully equipped gym and various other facilities are available in both the school itself and the adjacent Shaw Centre.

Sports

SportGradeSeason
Junior Football9-10Sept-Oct
Senior Football11-12
Frosh Volleyball9Sept-Oct
Junior Volleyball9-10Sept-Oct
Senior Volleyball11-12Sept-Nov
Frosh Basketball9
Junior Basketball9-10
Senior Basketball9-12
Wrestling9-12
Curling9-12
Badminton9-12
Track & Field9-12
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Tommy Douglas Collegiate - Shaw Centre - Bethlehem High School panorama

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References

  1. Active List of Saskatchewan Schools/Programs (PDF), retrieved 2018-02-10