Lorne Park Secondary School – Review
Lorne Park Secondary School is a highly rated public high school situated in an affluent area of southwest Mississauga, offering schooling for grades 9-12.
There are currently 936 students registered at this popular and respected facility.
This influential high school was originally founded in 1958, and has continually expanded as the population of this part of Mississauga has grown. Today Lorne Park SS is rated one of the better public high schools in Ontario.
Lorne Park offers a wide assortment of academic courses, including specialized programs.
It is one of five designated centers for the Peel Regional Enhanced Program, catering to gifted students from across southern Mississauga, and it also offers both Core French instruction, as well as an Extended French program.
A Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) program for Sports is offered.
The school is also a participant in the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) for skilled trades.
Further reading: complete list of specialized academic programs available in Ontario
Feeder Schools for Lorne Park High School
- Hillcrest Middle School
- Tecumseh Public School
- Green Glade Senior Public School (Extended French only)
- St. Christopher Catholic School
- Allan A. Martin Senior Public School
- St. Luke Catholic School
Address & Contact Information
1324 Lorne Park Rd.
Mississauga, ON. L5H 3B1
Phone number: 905-278-6177
School Board: Peel District School Board
School Uniform: NO
Language of Instruction: English
Lorne Park offers a good assortment of modern classrooms and work spaces for students. The school also features numerous drama and art rooms, music areas, a library, a large gymnasium, a fitness centre, a media production studio, plus athletic fields and computer study areas.
There is a large assortment of extra-curricular clubs at the school, including ones for film, drama, art, photography, digital media, and music.
LPSS is renowned for its sports teams (Spartans), and offers a wide assortment of athletic opportunities for students, including:
- alpine and nordic skiing
- field hockey
- flag football
- table tennis
- track and field
Extracurricular Clubs and Programs
In addition to an abundance of arts programs, including visual arts, drama, music including various jazz and concert bands, and choirs, Lorne Park SS has a wide assortment of extracurricular clubs that can enrich students’ journeys during their time at this school:
- Black Student Association
- Charity Club
- Computer Club
- Conseil Francais
- Debate Club
- Diversity Council
- Fridays 4 Future
- Investment Club
- Model United Nations
- Muslim Student Association
- Politics Club
- Student Activity Council
- Startup Club
- Wellness Club
Lorne Park Secondary School Ranking
This public high school has consistently scored well in the Fraser Institute’s annual ranking.
This year’s score was 7.6 out of a possible 10, and the school is tied for 111th place out of 739 high schools in the province of Ontario. Compare school rankings.
School and Nearby Amenities
For recreation, Lorne Park Secondary School has a large gymnasium, and a full assortment of track and field facilities. The school is located in the heart of Lorne Park, and as a result, offers close access to shopping and dining along Lorne Park Rd., as well as nearby access to both Port Credit and Clarkson.
Lorne Park Secondary School Boundary Map
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LPSS has a somewhat irregular boundary area extending from the QEW Highway in the north, to the shores of Lake Ontario in the south, from Southdown Road in the west, and to the Credit River in the east.
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: Not all boundaries are included. We make every effort to ensure that school and district boundary data is up-to-date. It’s important to note, however, that these are approximations and are for general informational purposes only. To verify legal descriptions of boundaries or school locations, contact your school board.
Lorne Park Secondary School has consistently scored in the top tier of all high schools in Ontario as shown by ranking results from the Fraser Institute, and it also provides a wide array of specialty learning programs and extra-curricular activities that can enrich students in grades 9-12.
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