Henry James Cambie Secondary School

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Henry James Cambie Secondary
Henry James Cambie Secondary School.png
Address
4151 Jacombs Rd
Richmond, British Columbia, V6V 1N7
Canada
Coordinates 49°11′00″N 123°04′54″W / 49.1834°N 123.08155°W / 49.1834; -123.08155Coordinates: 49°11′00″N 123°04′54″W / 49.1834°N 123.08155°W / 49.1834; -123.08155
Information
School type Public, high school
Founded 1928
School board School District 38 Richmond
School number 3838058
Principal Mr. R. Laing
Staff 63
Grades 8-12
Enrollment 631 (2016/2017)
Colour(s) Black and White
Mascot Crusader
Team name Cambie Crusaders
Website

Henry James Cambie Secondary is a public high school in Richmond, British Columbia part of School District 38 Richmond. Cambie was the first secondary school in Richmond. When it first started in 1928, it was known as Richmond High. Later on it changed its name to Henry James Cambie Secondary School. In 1995 Cambie moved to its current location.

In popular culture

  • Cambie Secondary stands in as the exteriors of Medora High School in The CW's television series Aliens in America. Some of the interiors were also used before the filming for the school scenes were shifted over to a Vancouver film studio.
  • Brock Zanrosso, a finalist from The Next Star 2009 attended Cambie.
  • Matthew David who recorded parts of his music video "Today" at Cambie for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.
  • Life Unexpected
  • An Episode of Fringe was shot at Cambie Secondary

External links

School Reports - Ministry of Education

  • Satisfaction Survey
  • School Performance
  • Enrollment Reports


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