Oakville Trafalgar High School, founded in 1908, is a Secondary School located in Oakville, Ontario.
The school is widely known by its acronym "OT" in the community, or OTHS. The various sports teams go by the nickname "Red Devils". Grades 1 - 12.
The old campus was located on Reynolds Street until 1992, at which point a new campus opened on Devon Road.
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