Central Peel Secondary School

Central Peel Secondary School is a high school that is located in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, and it is operated by the Peel District School Board. As of 6 July 2011 (2011 -07-06), the school enrollment stood at 1,262. Central Peel first opened its doors in 1960. The school's mission is "…to work as a diverse learning community in which all members strive to understand and develop their full potential."

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Central Peel Secondary School - Athletics - School Teams
... All of Central Peel's extra curricular teams compete within The Region of Peel Secondary Schools Athletic Association (ROPSSAA) ... School teams include Basketball for boys and girls at the junior and senior levels, Girl's varsity Flag Football, boys varsity Volleyball as well as girls junior and senior teams, boys varsity ... Central Peel also has a Co-ed Volleyball team, a Co-ed Ultimate Frisbee team and a boys' Indoor Soccer Team which don't compete within ROPPSSA but assemble annually to take part in local sports tournaments ...

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