Simcoe Composite School

Simcoe Composite School is a high school in Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

Simcoe Composite School
40 Wilson Avenue

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Coordinates42°50′28″N 80°18′14″W / 42.841147°N 80.303949°W / 42.841147; -80.303949
School typePublic high school
MottoNon sibi sed patriae and The key to SuCceSs is SCS
(Not to them but fatherland)
School boardGrand Erie District School Board (formerly Norfolk Board of Education)
PrincipalJennifer Ippolito
Grades9–12 (formerly 9-13)
Enrollment890[1] (2012-2013)
Colour(s)Blue and white   
Team nameSabres

More than 800 students attend this rural secondary school and courses range from English, French, Art, Music, and Mathematics to Computer Sciences, Business, Athletics, Cosmetology, Tech, World History, Civics, and Drama class. Megan Timpf, a representative for the 2008 Canadian softball team at the Olympic Games in Beijing attended this high school.[2]

Other notable alumni include the late saxophonist Margo Davidson, one of the founding members of The Parachute Club, which achieved international success in the 1980s, and Rick Danko, the bassist of The Band. Rob Blake, the former captain of the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL and Olympic Gold Medal winner for men's ice hockey, also attended Simcoe Composite School starting in 1983 and ending around 1987. Dr. Robert Gardner emigrated to this school from Glasgow, Scotland and graduated as a member of the Class of 1956.

See also



  1. ^ "75 — number of students enrolled at PDCS". Delhi News-Record. Retrieved 2012-08-31.
  2. ^ "Information about Megan Timpf's school". Softball Canada. Archived from the original on 2012-02-16. Retrieved 2008-10-29.