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Grand River Collegiate Institute

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Grand River Collegiate Institute
Grand River CI Kitchener.jpg
Address
175 Indian Road

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Coordinates43°27′27″N 80°26′14″W / 43.4574°N 80.4372°W / 43.4574; -80.4372
Information
School typeHigh School
Founded1966
School boardWaterloo Region District School Board
SuperintendentEvelyn Giannopoulos
PrincipalJosh Windsor[1]
Vice-PrincipalsDaniel Ballantyne, Ben Crane, Katherine Stauch
Grades9-12
Enrollment1241 (November 2017)
LanguageEnglish and French (Extended)
AreaStanley Park
Colour(s)Gold, Blue, and White    
MascotBandit
Team nameRenegades
Websitegrc.wrdsb.ca

Grand River Collegiate Institute is a public secondary school in Kitchener, Ontario. The school is located at 175 Indian Road. It is part of the Waterloo Region District School Board. As of November 2017, there are approximately 1250 full-time students and 130 staff.

History

As the fifth collegiate in Kitchener-Waterloo, Grand River Collegiate (GRCI) was built on Indian Road near the Grand River in Kitchener's eastern area. "Grand River" was chosen in favour of other names like 'Parkwood' or 'Sand Hills', as the name for the new school. GRCI officially opened on September 6, 1966, with about 850 students and 55 teachers.

Grand River Collegiate Institute has had seven principals:

  • Ross L. Shaver (1966 to 1984)
  • Gary A. Boug (1984 to 1995)
  • Ray Teed (1996 to Jan 2008)
  • Agnes Dufournaud (Feb 2008 to Aug 2009)
  • Scott Lomax (Aug 2009 to Jan 2011)
  • Deborah Tyrrell (Feb 2011 to June 2017)
  • Jim Woolley (July 2017 to Oct. 2018)
  • Josh Windsor (Oct. 2018 - Present)

Athletics

Grand River has athletic groups which include: alpine skiing, archery, badminton, basketball, cross-country, curling, dance, field hockey, football, ice hockey, Nordic skiing, power lifting, rugby, soccer, swimming, tennis, track & field and volleyball. Grand River's sports teams are known as the Renegades (commonly shortened to the "Rens").

Clubs and Programs

GRCI runs numerous clubs, including: chess, dance, debating, DECA, music groups, photography, robotics, tech crew, weight training, GSA, and a tabletop roleplaying club. The school runs an Extended French program as well as fundraising events.

GRCI runs an 'ACCT' Club (Acknolwedge, Challenge, Change, Teach). The club runs a yearly 'ACCT OUT' anti-bullying workshop.[2]

Notable alumni

See also

References

  1. ^ "About Us | Grand River Collegiate Institute". Archived from the original on 2012-03-31. Retrieved 2011-11-02.
  2. ^ "ACCT Out". WRDSB. Archived from the original on 15 January 2013. Retrieved 7 April 2012.
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