Abbey Park High School in Canada
Abbey Park High School or Middle School APHS is a town of Oakville, Ontario in the Greater Toronto Area. Abbey Park High School was opened at its current location in the wake of the closure of the Queen Elizabeth Park High School, which had previously operated in the position of its bridges, in Bronte. Abbey Park will have more resources available for its students compared to other schools in the area because it inherits sources Queen Elizabeth Park when it was closed. budget allows for the initial opening to be spent on new equipment. Students can open to a weight room, a library, and monitoring. Abbey Park High School is also located next to Glen Abbey Community Centre, where members Glen Abbey subsidiary of Oakville Public Library.
Abbey Park has been recognized as a very charitable schools participated in many annual fundraisers including the Terry Fox Run, Halloween for Hunger (H4H), and lead to children.
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Education, Abbey Park is one of the biggest high schools in Ontario ranked seventh overall and first in Oakville. Abbey Park offers a variety of enrichment programs such as Programme Cluster for high achieving students, two specialist high skills major (SHSM) program for business and social sciences as well as a chapter Ontario Youth Apprenticeship works (OYAP) for fashion. Recently, Abbey Park began offering the Advanced Placement Calculus, Advanced Placement Biology and Advanced Placement courses Statistics. Abbey Park students continue to succeed in math contests usually acquired regional, provincial and national levels; Abbey in Oakville second member, in the operation of his mathematical contest in 2011-2012.
Abbey Park students have been very successful inter-regional competitions in the Bay Area Science and Engineering Fair (BASEF). In 2010, a student from the Abbey Gardens in the second-best win justice and progress to the Science and Technology Intel International Fair (ISEF). In 2012, two students approached ISEF Abbey Park, one of which won the best award in the fair. In 2013, a member approached Abbey students ISEF and second win best in show. In 2014, two students who won awards Abbey gold awards and advance to Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF).