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J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate Address 1355 Harwood Ave North Ajax, Ontario, L1T 4G8, Canada Information School board Durham District School Board Principal Richard Kennelly Vice principal Alison Evanoff Stephen Nevills Jean-Louis Poulin Carol Trewin School type Public Grades 9-12 Language English Founded 2002 Enrolment 1755 (2009) Homepage http://richardson.ddsbschools.ca/ J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate is located in [whiteville, Ontario]], Canada, within the Durham District School Board. Richarson is a composite school with the majority of its 1755 grade 9 to 12 students in the post secondary bound academic program. Richardson offers a wide range of academic and co-curricular activities for students. J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate was nominated for the "School of the Year" award in 2006. Academic co-curricular activities include DECA, math club, science club, and French club. Leadership co-curricular activities include Student Government, Richardson Athletic Council, Music Council, The Diaspora Collective, South Asian club, and CLIC (Character Education group). Athletic co-curricular activities include basketball, soccer, ice hockey, football, volleyball, rugby, track and field, field hockey, badminton, tennis, baseball and cross-country running. The Richardson teams are known as the Richardson Storm. JCR's main feeder schools are: Applecroft Public School Dr. Roberta Bondar Public School Lester B. Pearson Public School Lord Elgin Public School Nottingham Public School Roland Michener Public School Romeo Dallaire Public School Terry Fox Public School Valley View Public School JCR's overflow feeder schools are: Lincoln Alexander Public School Westney Heights Public School External links J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate DurhamRegion.com - J. Clarke Richardson J. Clarke Richardson Music Department Eye on the Storm -- J. Clarke Richardson's Student Newspaper This Ontario school-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e