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Osgoode Township High School Address 2800 8th Line Road Ottawa, Ontario, K0A 2P0, Canada Information School board Ottawa Carleton District School Board Superintendent Walter Piovesan Area trustee Mark Fisher Principal Nancy Girozan Vice principal Paul Martin, Kerry Wiltse Administrator Gayle Luth, Kim Stanzel, Brenda Reaney Chief custodian Barry Stone Grades 9 to 12 (semestered) Area Osgoode Township Campus Rural, Suburban Mascot Panther Team name The Panthers Colours Double Blue      Founded 1954 Enrolment 690 (2005-2006) Communities served Metacalfe and surrounding area Feeder schools Metcalfe Public, Castor Valley Homepage http://www.oths.ocdsb.ca/ Osgoode Township High School is an Ottawa-Carleton District School Board high school in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is located in the town of Metcalfe, which is located in the largely rural southern part of Ottawa. The school was opened in 1954. Originally part of the Carleton Board of Education, it joined the new OCDSB in 1998. Students come from the communities of Greely, Osgoode, Metcalfe, Carlsbad, Vernon, Edwards, Kenmore, portions of Manotick and the area connecting these communities. The school has a notable music program, whose concert band won first place at the Staten Island music festival in New York in 2006-2007. The school has also had successful ventures in both boys and girls curling, girls basketball and hockey, jr. girl's touch football, rowing, track, girls rugby, and boys rugby, bringing several teams to OFSAA in recent years. The school has also graduated one of the world's most famous hockey players/coach, Larry Robinson. The school's primary sports teams are known as the "Panthers". Fundraisers There are many fundraisers through the year to support many important organizations. Some examples are: The annual Mini fair (just before the Metcalfe Fair, just across the road) raises money for the United Way. The Mini Fair was founded in 2006 by Student Council Co-Presidents Colleen Magee and Jenna James to complement the 150th Anniversary of the Metcalfe Fair as well as to fundraise for a good cause. The annual Band-a-Thon raises money for different organizations every year. In 2005 they raised money for the Red Cross organization, and in 2006 raised money for the Cancer Foundation. Leadership Class has helped plan and run many successful events, Panther Prowl, which raises money for CHEO, this past year (2007) raised $3,000. The school holds a Relay for Life event annually and overall they have raised $100,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society in the few years they have done it. See also Communities Greely (pop. 4,395) Osgoode (pop. 2,784) Metcalfe (pop. 2,070) Carlsbad (pop. ?) Vernon (pop. 597) Edwards (pop. 402) Kenmore (pop. 321) portions of Manotick Population numbers are from the City of Ottawa 2004 estimates except for Edwards. City of Ottawa 2004 community estimates List of communities in the Ottawa area External links School Website OCDSB Website 2006-2007 OCDSB School Profile 2005-2006 OCDSB School Profile 2004-2005 OCDSB School Profile v · d · eOttawa-Carleton District School Board Schools Secondary schools A. Y. 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Wilson Public School · Robert Hopkins Public School · Roch Carrier Elementary School · Rockcliffe Park Public School · Roland Michener Public School · Severn Avenue Public School · Steve MacLean Public School · Stittsville Public School · Viscount Alexander Public School · W.E. Gowling Public School · Woodroffe Avenue Public School Secondary alternative program sites Elizabeth Wyn Wood Secondary Alternative Program Site · Frederick Banting Secondary Alternative Program Site · Norman Johnston Secondary Alternative Program Site · Richard Pfaff Secondary Alternative Program Site Coordinates: 45°13′43″N 75°28′11″W / 45.228618°N 75.469819°W / 45.228618; -75.469819 This Ontario school-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article relating to Ottawa and to Canada's National Capital Region is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e