Upcoming Events

May 25
Home & School Meeting (Potluck)
Library - 7:30 pm

May 27
Athletics Banquet

May 27
Town Hall/Information Meeting
Major School Change
LPHS Auditorium
7:00 pm


Welcome to Lindsay Place High School


Lindsay Place proudly opens its doors and welcomes you to explore our school. We pride ourselves with our quality programs and our confidence in meeting the needs and interests of our students.

Values, traditions and community build a school and create a Place where our children are empowered to learn, develop and grow confidently into successful and caring citizens. 

We challenge our students with a range of programs and options: Quantum Enriched Program, Arts Etude, Music (Strings and Band), Sports, leadership, Drama, Visual Arts and extra-curricular activities.

Come discover why we believe this school is an excellent choice for your child. We invite you to take a tour and meet the staff. It will be our pleasure to answer your questions and show you ' The Place '.


In the News

Invitation to
Major School Change (MSC)
Town Hall/Information Meeting
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
7:00 pm

Dear Lindsay Place Students, Staff, Parents, Alumni and soon to be Lindsay Place Students and Parents,

As you are well aware, The Lester B. Pearson School Board has initiated a Major School Change Consultation, resulting from Provincial Government cuts to Education. The purpose of the consultation is to sustain and enhance services offered to our children in the school board and at Lindsay Place High School.

All stakeholders are invited and encouraged to make suggestions and proposals to the board. This can be done through the Lindsay Place High School Governing Board Sub-committee on Major School Change, which we encourage all of you to become a participating member.

On Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 at 7:00 pm in the auditorium of Lindsay Place High School, we will be holding an information / Town Hall meeting. The meeting's goal is to better inform you of the process and how to get involved and to also share with you the successes of Lindsay Place and the school board. In attendance will be Suanne Stein Day, Chair of the school board, and Noel Burke, Commissioner for Lindsay Place.

We encourage you to register on the LBPSB website to be kept informed of any new information regarding Major School Change.  

Best regards,
Robert Lafave
Chair, Lindsay Place High School Governing Board


The Let's Talk Science Challenge

Three LPHS teams participated in the challenge:

  1. 100 degrees Kelvin (Geri Perez, Deanna Schecter, Emily Kimura and Alicia Marks);
  2. The Protons (Hope Cornell, Ariella Atias, Seema Patel and Angelica Antonakopoulos);
  3. The Fluffy Elements (Amy Schecter, Claire Susnick-Fox, Kiranvir Singh and Evelyn Laferrière).

The Let's Talk Science Challenge Spirit Award was given to the team with the most spirit during the competition.  

The winners are from the team Fluffy Elements: Amy Schecter, Claire Susnick-Fox, Kiranvir Singh and Evelyn Laferrière.

Click here to visit the Let's Talk Science Challenge website.

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On May 2, 2015, at the Quebec Federation of Home & School Associations Annual General Meeting, our very own Lindsay Place Home & School Newsletter, The Herald , was recognized once again, with a Newsletter Award for the wonderful and creative contributions of our editors, Linda Roach and Lynda Arthur.

Thank you for helping to keep the Lindsay Place Community informed. Congratulations ladies on all of your efforts !


Mr. John Kesson receives Humanitarian Award from the Quebec Federation of
Home & School Associations


John Kesson may sometimes joke about sounding like a drill sergeant but ask any of his students – or the people he has helped over the years – and the first thing they will say is that there is a very gentle giant living under that gruff exterior.

“He’s like a teddy bear - and he’s the reason we do what we do,” said Clara Sweetman-Hammond, a grade 11 student at Lindsay Place High School (LPHS) who has for the past three years helped raise funds for and served dinners at the Old Brewery Mission. “Mr. Kesson is one of the kindest people I have ever met.” 

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Tutoring and homework help resumed on Tuesday, April 7.

Details can be found here; disponible en français ici

Click here for schedule

Please note: Students need to log in to LEARN for registration using either LEARN access codes (available from the school), OR with single sign-on via the school's portal.

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Mission Statement

Our Vision

To provide an education that values excellence, challenges and fosters pride in achievement and individual student success.


Our Values

We believe in providing an engaging academic environment that encourages critical and independent thought.

We provide a caring, inclusive and cooperative learning milieu that balances the importance of self expression with the rights of others, respecting diversity, embracing equality and encouraging social responsibility. 

We value a holistic approach to learning, encouraging our students to become independent life-long learners and expanding their knowledge through community service and extra curricular activities.

We encourage students to explore their passions and treasure creative growth through expression in Music and the Arts. 


Our Goals

  • to develop our students intellectual curiosity, thirst for discovery and pride in achievement

  • to challenge each student to reach their maximum potential

  • to help our students develop confidence and learn to make appropriate choices

  • to prepare our students to become valued contributors to Quebec society and responsible world citizens

  • to provide our students a challenging curriculum through the development of innovative programs

  • to help reinforce the “Lindsay Place Charter of Rights and Responsibilities” within our community



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Our site was last updated on May 25, 2015