Mother Teresa High School
is a Catholic
secondary school in Nepean, Ontario, Canada. It supports grades 7-12. The name of its sports team is the 'Titans.' The motto of the school is "Amor et Dignitas" or "Serve ... With love and dignity."
Mother Teresa has many sports teams, including Alpine Skiing
(does not have a team every year), Basketball
, Cross Country Running
, Field Hockey
, Nordic Skiing
, Ski Club, Soccer
, Touch Football
, Track & Field
, Varsity Girls Rugby, Varsity Girls Touch Football, Volleyball
, Weight Room, and Wrestling
On June 4, 2007, the tier 2 girls' varsity rugby team won the NCSSA City Championships against Glebe.
Approximately 1400. The population has been steadily increasing with the increasing population of the sub-urban Barrhaven community. As much as it is a Catholic school, Mother Teresa is proud to be home to students of many different religions, ethnicities, and cultures from around the world which make up a tremendous part of its school spirit and heart.
High school subjects include: Mathematics (functions, calculus, etc), English at all levels, French, Chemistry, Italian, Biology, Physics, Religion (mandatory for Catholic school diploma), Business Studies (accounting, management, marketing, etc), Technology, Computer Science, Media... Read More