About Us

Our School:

Mount Pearl Senior High first opened on December 19th 1986, and is currently under the trusteeship of the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District. Our school remains committed to excellence in English and French literacy, Mathematics, Science and Technology, Social Studies, and the Fine Arts.

School Mission:

At Mount Pearl Senior High, we strive to promote student success and instill a desire for lifelong learning within a safe, inclusive and collaborative environment that seeks to develop creative and resilient learners who are capable of problem solving, critical thinking, and innovation.

Our School Community:

Mount Pearl Senior High School is a level 1 to Level 3 secondary school located at 46 Ruth Avenue in the City of Mount Pearl, Newfoundland, Canada. The school operates on a seven-day cycle with 300 minutes of instruction per day. There are five 60 minute class periods per day. The school curriculum consists of:

*100 different courses from provincial prescribed curriculum

*3 French streams (Early and Late French immersion, and Core French)

*Functional and Alternate Curriculum Program

*Practical, Academic and Advanced Courses in Math, English, Science and Social Studies

*Developmental courses in the Arts, Physical Education, Food Science and Technology

*Advanced Placement Programs in French, Calculus and Psychology

Our school has an enrollment of approximately 700 students. Our school serves the citizens of the Town of Paradise and the City of Mount Pearl. Paradise students are bused to school.


Our school offers a provincially prescribed curriculum in high school Level I through Level III. At the high school level,100 different courses are offered providing students with options for programs in Mathematics, Sciences, Technology, Physical Education, Language Arts, Fine Arts, and Social Studies. We also offer a Late and Early French Immersion program and a core French program. To ensure all levels of students are catered to we also offer Advanced Placement Programs in French, Calculus and Psychology as well as a Functional Curriculum program and an alternate curriculum to students who qualify.


Animal Rights Club

Art Club

Beyond The Hurt

Breakfast Club

Causes for Concern

Chess Club

Christmas Hampers

Community Outreach - Soup Kitchen

Concert Band

Creative Writing Club

Debating Club

Drama Club

Ensemble Performance Choir

Environmental Club

French Club

Friday Lunchtime Concerts


Guitar Club

Hiking – Outdoor Adventure Club

Husky Herald



Jazz Band


Les Voix de la Poesie (Poetry in Voice)

Mental Health Group

Movie Club

Newspaper – Husky Herald

Peer Counselling

Peer Tutoring

Pi Day

Public Speaking

Run Club

Science Fair

Senior High Math League

Student Council

Traditional Band

Tutoring for Tuition

Underwater Robotics Club




Boys Volleyball ( Sr. & Jr.)

Boys’ Basketball (Sr. & Jr.)

Boys’ Hockey

Boys’ Rugby

Boys’ Soccer (Sr. & Jr.) (indoor and outdoor)

Boys’ Softball

Girls Volleyball (Sr. & Jr.)

Girls’ Basketball (Sr. & Jr.)

Girls’ Hockey

Girls’ Rugby

Girls’ Soccer (Sr. & Jr.) (indoor and outdoor)

Girls’ Softball


Intramural Sports Program

Track and Field

Ultimate Frisbee