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Shaftesbury High School

Shaftesbury High School
2240 Grant Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3P 0P7, Canada
School district Pembina Trails School Division
Superintendent Lawrence Lussier
Principal Stan Wiebe
Vice principal Mrs. Birch
Grades 9-12
Language English
Area Tuxedo
Motto Memento Mori
Team name Titans
Colours Red, White & Blue
Enrollment 750 (2004)

Shaftesbury High School is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in Tuxedo neighbourhood. It has a population of 750 students from Charleswood, Tuxedo and Linden Woods.

Notable alumni

Championships Won

  • 2011 - Boys Indoor Soccer Division B
  • 2011 - Boys Hockey Winnipeg Free Press Division
  • 2011 - Girls Junior Varsity Tier 2 Basketball
  • 2010 - Boys Varsity Basketball Division 2
  • 2010 - Girls Varsity Tier 2 Basketball

Coordinates: 49°51′26″N 97°13′47″W / 49.8571°N 97.2296°W / 49.8571; -97.2296

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