More football for Red Deer Catholic students

Notre Dame High School and St. Joseph High School will have a joint high school football program

Starting in the 2019-2020 school year, École Secondaire Notre Dame High School and St. Joseph High School will have a joint high school football program. The football team will include students from both schools.

“We’re excited to offer a football program, where students will have the opportunity to stay at our school,” said Principal Graeme Daniel of St. Joseph High School.

This allows students to stay in their catchment schools and play football. This program will be hosted at École Secondaire Notre Dame High School and the team will remain the Notre Dame Cougars.

“We look forward to welcoming St. Joseph High School students, as they join our football team for the 2019 season,” said Principal Rose McQuay of École Secondaire Notre Dame High School.

Many of the high schools across the province have joint high school programs. To learn more about Alberta High Schools football programs, please visit https://footballalberta.ab.ca/main/member- leagues/high-school/.

-Submitted by Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools

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