A Proud Part of Grande Yellowhead Public School Division


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Our school first opened in 1957 as Hardisty School. In the spring of 1958, the school graduated its first class, was greatly expanded, and in 1959 was renamed Harry Collinge High School in memory of Harry Collinge, the first resident manager of North Western Pulp and Power, the precursor to West Fraser. Today the school provides instruction to 550 students from Grades 8 to 12 in both English and French Immersion classes.

Harry Collinge High School colors are green and gold, and the athletic teams are called the Rockies. Our mascot is Howler, a wolf who symbolizes our school spirit and commitment to living in harmony with each other and our natural environment. Our three core values are Respect, Responsibility, and Compassion.