Sir William Mulock Secondary School

Sir William Mulock Secondary School
Sir William Mulock Secondary School
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705 Columbus Way
Newmarket, Ontario, Canada
School board York Region District School Board
Religious affiliation Secular
Superintendent Chris McAdam
Area trustee Martin Van Beek
Principal Sheila Hetherington
Vice principal Brian MacIsaac and Rosey Mastrofrancesco
School type Secondary school
Grades 9-12
Language English
Area Newmarket, Ontario
Campus Urban
Mascot Black Raven
Colours Black, White and Gold
Founded December 2001
Enrolment 1000 (xx)

Sir William Mulock Secondary School is an Ontario secondary school located at 705 Columbus Way, off Mulock Drive in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. It is one of four high schools in Newmarket under the jurisdiction of the York Region District School Board (a fifth high school, Sacred Heart Catholic High School, is under the York Catholic District School Board) and currently educates students from Grades 9 to 12. It opened its doors in December 2001. Prior to that, most of its students went to Newmarket High School. The founding students have demonstrated the initiative of character traits by creating original 'character feathers' which can be found in the main hall. There have been visits to this school by renowned people such as Stephen Lewis.



The school is named after Sir William Mulock, an important figure in Canadian politics at the end of the 19th Century, leading into the 20th Century.

The founding principal of SWMSS (Sir William Mulock Secondary School) was Reet Patterson. Sheila Hetherington is the current principal, and approximately 1200 students attended the school during the 2010/11 school year.

Sir William Mulock Secondary School offers a variety of programs in: Business, Laboratory Experiments, Earth & Space Sciences, Computer Studies, Engineering, Woodworking, Co-operative Education, Lifestyles, Fashion, English, Family Studies, Geography, Law & Politics, History, Library Studies, Biology/Medical Studies, Mathematics, Modern languages - French, Spanish, Latin, Portuguese, Chinese and Italian; Health, Music, Orchestral Studies, Dance, Physical Education, Science, Special Education, Technical Studies, Drama and Visual Arts.

Mulock also offers many sports teams and clubs for students.

The school is also limited in courses compared to other secondary schools in the area, this can be attributed to the relatively short establishment period. The first graduating class was in the year 2004.

Feeder schools

The main feeder schools for Sir William Mulock Secondary School are:

  • Rogers Public School
  • Crossland Public School
  • Clearmeadow Public School
  • Armitage Village Public School
  • Terry Fox Public School

Wireless network (Blended Learning)

Starting the 2010/2011 year, the Grade 9 students of the school participated in a new program. Students are now required to bring netbooks/laptops with wireless capabilities to classes throughout the year. After a successful first year for the program, it has been continued for the 2011/12 school year where now both the Grade 9 and Grade 10 students participate.

This new program has been introduced to create a paperless community, as well as for easier in-school researching and assignment submission.

Dress code

This is a public school therefore, the use of uniforms is not required. There is however, a dress code policy. Such inappropriate clothing include hats in school, short shorts, gang colours, and headbands over an inch thick. In the 2011/12 school year, Sir William Mulock S.S. newly deemed fashionably ripped jeans as acceptable attire.

School mascot

Sir William Mulock Secondary School's mascot is a black raven. The raven was given the name of Billy in the year of 2006 because of his bill and the fact that Billy is a short form of the name "William" (The school's name).

See also

Coordinates: 44°1′53″N 79°28′48″W / 44.03139°N 79.48°W / 44.03139; -79.48

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