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School Information

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 1900 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.

Key Features

  • 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
  • Plumbing Apprenticeship

Our Motto

"Viam Veritatis Elegi"
We Will Seek the Truth

Our Mission

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
  • School Chaplain
  • Two modern gymnasiums and fitness centre
  • A swimming pool next to the school
  • Student Services and Counselling
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