Archbishop O’Leary High School is a Grade 10 - 12 school which opened in 1960 to serve the community of North Edmonton. With a student population of approximately 1700 students, O’Leary has a long standing tradition of excellence in Academics and Athletics.
The school provides a varied program that emphasizes Catholic community with a rigorous academic discipline.
O'Leary serves students who live north of Yellowhead Trail, east to Fort Road. Our western boundary extends to St. Albert Trail.
Catholic High School
Language programs offered in French, Italian and Spanish
Programs for gifted students in academics, fine arts, technology studies and practical arts
Athletic programs offer students the opportunity to compete locally and provincially in all major sports
Career and technology programs offered in approximately two hundred modules in a wide variety of subjects
"Viam Veritatis Elegi"
We Will Seek the Truth
Archbishop O’Leary High School provides a safe, positive, supportive, Catholic learning community that enables all students to be successful in their learning.
We model our Christian faith through our actions and words.
We pray, celebrate and learn together.
We respect individual difference and we use a variety of strategies to meet student needs.
We empower all students and staff by providing opportunities to achieve success.
We encourage life-long learning.
Science labs for each discipline
Labs for art, music, drama and modern languages
10 Technology labs
Teacher Advisor program
Two modern gymnasiums and fitness centre
A swimming pool next to the school
Student Services and Counselling
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