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Glen Abbey encourages fitness for kids! Simply go for a walk or bike on one of the many trails, visit one of the many parks

girl enjoying park

or take part in the various team sports and fitness programs available throughout the community.

Summertime is a great time for swimming in one of the many outdoor or indoor pools.



Queen Elizabeth Park School News

Queen Elizabeth Park experienced an official groundbreaking as construction crews started gutting several walls in some classrooms for the renovations.

This high school is being converted into a multi-purpose community centre.

Several art groups, environmental groups, youth- and senior groups will be able to make use of the new facility.

The current building size is 144,000 sq. ft. and the negotiations preceeding this groundbreaking to determine the fate of the old high school building at 2301 Yolanda Drive resulted in approval to keep, modify and maintain the entire building.

Construction is scheduled for completion prior to the holidays.

“We’ve tendered the demolition, which is basically going to gut everything and take out all the stuff we don’t need,” said Phil Fenech, an architect with Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners, designer of the project.

Current High Schools in North Oakville listed here with plans for a new one to go on West Oak Trails Blvd. around 2011.

High Schools

Abbey Park 1455 Glen Abbey Gate (905)827-4101
Holy Trinity (C*) 2420 Sixth Line (905)257-3534
Iroquois Ridge 1123 Glenashton Dr. (905)845-0012
St. Ignatius of Loyola(C*) 1550 Nottinghill Gate (905)847-0595
White Oaks 1330 Montclair Drive (905)845-5200
* Catholic High School