[14] It was one of several schools in the region to establish such a program; that same year, Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute in Scarborough had established the Scarborough Centre for Exceptional Athletes.

High school in King City, Ontario, Canada, Education Quality and Accountability Office, York Region District School Board: King City Secondary School, York Region District School Board: Our school, York Region District School Board: School Profile, York Region District School Board: Boundary Map, "Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou's surprise connection to Canada", "School's out for the summer, but one area high ...", "School work more flexible for high-calibre athletes", "Former Ontario student running to be Greek PM", "King City Secondary School welcomes the Class of 2020! The school, which now serves Grades 9–12, is a part of the Jefferson Parish Public Schools system. (PDF). King City Secondary School, or KCSS, is a secondary education facility in King City, Ontario, Canada.It is a secular public school administered by the York Region District School Board.The school is located at 2001 King Road, and the current principal is Joseph D'Amico. Information about these events is available by calling the school and performances are covered by 'The King Weekly'. 4301 Grace King Pl. Both of these are open to the public and members of the community are encouraged to come and support a group of incredible kids. 346 talking about this. Its current boundaries are all King township, and a portion of Oak Ridges west of Yonge Street south of 15th Sideroad. He was the leader of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) from 2004 to 2012. This project was conducted as part of the University of Toronto Sustainable Toronto program,[12] in conjunction with Ontario Power Generation. Most events occur during the lunch period. From the summer of 2011 to the end of the 2011-2012 school year, the west field was redeveloped. [5][6][1] Before it opened, students resident in King attended Aurora High School, which was renamed Dr. G.W. The school serves unincorporated portions of Jefferson Parish and a portion of the city of Kenner. [7] In 1983, the school's heating system was converted to use natural gas instead of oil, partly spurred by concerns of the expected cost of heating the large structure after the 1970s energy crisis. Each day has four 75-minute periods, with a lunch period between the second and third academic periods.

[6] The six acres on the eastern part of the campus were purchased from the Albon family of Clearwater, Florida for C$20,000 on 28 August 1962. The school was named for Grace King (d. 1932), a New Orleans writer and scholar of Louisiana history. [3], A French immersion program will be established at the school beginning in September 2019. ", "King City Secondary School Curriculum and Co-Curricular Activities", "York Region District School Board - Monthly Enrolment Report", "King City Secondary School Boundary Map", http://king-city-secondary-school-contact-pages.ca/, Our Lady Queen of the World Catholic Academy, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=King_City_Secondary_School&oldid=977531259, High schools in the Regional Municipality of York, Educational institutions established in 1961, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 9 September 2020, at 11:30. The school's football teams are known as the "Lions". George Papandreou graduated from King City Secondary School in 1970,[17][18] which he attended only in his final year of secondary education. Rosie MacLennan, Canadian trampoline gymnast and Olympic gold medalist for Canada at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, England where she won in the individual event. Sports teams from KCSS are part of the York Region Athletics Association, which coordinates all competitive sports activities in York Region. Phone 951-789-5690 | Fax . "King City Secondary School welcomes the Class of 2020!"

Grace King High School is a public high school located in Metairie, unincorporated Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, United States. [7] In recent years, the school, with an increasingly Hispanic enrollment, has become known for its soccer program, reaching the state championship match in 2014. Again, a large number of students are involved as actors, tech crew, stage crew, set design, makeup and costuming, and publicists.

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