Iroquois Ridge High School is a large, highly rated secondary school situated in northeast Oakville, offering schooling for grades 9-12. There are currently 1502 students registered at this prominent and well known facility.
Iroquois Ridge was founded in 1994, and it is considered one of the top public high schools in Canada. The school offers a wide assortment of academic courses for students in grades 9-12, including french immersion. Other offerings include technology courses, dual credit courses, and special High Skills Majors in business and visual arts.
Address & Contact Info
1123 Glenashton Dr.
Oakville, ON. L6H 5M1
School Board: Halton District School Board
Iroquois Ridge offers modern and spacious classrooms and work spaces for students. There is an architecturally noted spacious walkway and atrium between two buildings that features full size planted trees, which has been nicknamed “The Street”. The school also features numerous art rooms, music rooms, an auto workshop, a fitness centre, athletic fields and computer study areas.
Iroquois Ridge High School offers students the ability to participate in over 15 team and individual sports venues.
Iroquois Ridge High School Ranking
Iroquois Ridge has consistently scored highly in the Fraser Institute’s annual ranking. This year’s score was 8.9 out of a possible 10, and the school is ranked 10 out of 739 high schools in the province of Ontario. Compare school rankings.
For recreation, Iroquois Ridge High School has a large gymnasium, a soccer/football field surrounded by a 400m track with a long jump pit, and a fitness centre. Across from the school is the Iroquois Ridge Community Centre, which houses a 25m swimming pool and a public library. There are also two baseball diamonds behind the school that are maintained by the Town of Oakville. A field hockey/soccer field and a tennis court are also located near to the school and which are also maintained by the Town of Oakville.
Iroquois Ridge High School Boundary Map
Iroquois Ridge boundaries extend from Dundas St West in the north, to Trafalgar Road in the west, and then south to the QEW and 403 highways.