Thomas A Blakelock HS


1160 Rebecca St, Oakville, ON L6L 1Y9, Canada

  • GRADES OFFERED: 9 - 12
About Thomas A Blakelock HS

Thomas A. Blakelock High School is located in beautiful southwest Oakville and first opened its doors in 1957. Our school is named after Thomas A. Blakelock, a prominent citizen of Oakville who served the community in a variety of roles. The TAB community works together to inspire high achievement through quality programs, a supportive school environment and healthy relationships. We have a multicultural population of approximately 1130 students, and a long tradition of academic excellence complemented by a large and successful French Immersion program, three outstanding Specialist High Skills programs (Arts & Culture, Energy, and Information Communication Technology), and a wide variety of outstanding co-curricular experiences for students in the areas of Athletics, Arts, Drama, Music, and Technological Learning.

Thomas A Blakelock HS is located in Bronte East

The Bronte neighbourhood is in southwest Oakville, with the shore of Lake Ontario as its southern boundary. Bronte was established in 1834, and was a commercial shipping centre for grain and timber, and later became a commercial fishing port, with its two harbours. Bronte is an access point for the waterfront trail system, and it has a waterfront park with a beach, lighthouse, play and picnic areas, pier, and boardwalk. The area has both a small-town, cottagey feel and urban dining and other amenities. Some housing is older, in cottage styles, but there are also new developments of condo highrises, as well as newer single- and semi-detached homes.

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