A. Leroux - Principal 


Welcome to John Rennie High School, located in Pointe Claire, Quebec








501 boul. St-Jean
Pointe Claire, QC

Upcoming Events

19 School fees, Agenda & Schedule Pick-Up

School ID photos &
Opus cards
20 School fees, Agenda & Schedule Pick-Up

School ID photos &
Opus cards
2 First day of school for Grade 7 students ONLY
3 First day of school for Grades 8-11 students ONLY
4 All students in school
9 Parents' Annual General Assembly & Governing Board Elections

Welcome to John Rennie High School

Our high school opened in 1955 and was named in memory of the Honourable John Rennie, member of the Legislative Assembly. Mr. Rennie was instrumental in persuading the government of Premier Duplessis to provide the funds to build a badly needed school in Pointe Claire. Families of the era were forced to send their youngsters as far away as Montreal West in order to pursue secondary studies. John Rennie has grown a great deal since those days of the basic Ministère de l'Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport (MELS) curriculum.

John Rennie offers one of the most diverse curriculum available at the secondary level. We have two computer labs connected via the school board's fiber optic network. We also have a robotics lab where students learn to program robots for competition. We offer a range of options that we challenge other schools to meet: Pottery, Drama, Actors' Studio, Journalism, Spanish, Debating, Photography, World History, Music (concert and jazz band), Law, Psychology, Computer Applications, Architectural Technology, Advanced Physical Education, enriched Science electives, and Leadership. Our timetable is constructed to provide the students opportunities to enjoy a variety of options, while still pursuing a specific interest such as music.





John Rennie students mark school board anniversary in an interesting way

Click here for video on the Montreal Gazette West Island website.



Muscular Dystrophy Walk

This walk took place on Saturday, May 31, 2014. Time was from 10:00 a.m. till 1:00 p.m.
The goal was to raise money for services and research to aid people who are affected by neuromuscular disease such as “Duchenne " Muscular Dystrophy which weakens the muscles. As the patient gets older, their strength fades.

My team, the “Duchenne Killers”, came in third for total raised; my team was able to raise $2410.00 in two short weeks! Our team consisted of 12 people. John Rennie was represented by Tammy Holland (Planning Room Tech) Mrs. Edwards (Special Education Technician) Gerald Godfrey (Aide) Dan O’Connor (Aide) as well as Bradley Heaven (Grade 10 student). We had a blast meeting new people and learning more about the disease. Everyone was beaming with pride.

- Robert

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Robo-Junior Competition

John Rennie High School hosted 2014 RoboGames as part of the 12th edition of Robo-Junior competition on April 25-26.

Twenty two (22) schools participated in the two day event with a total of eighty two (82) teams involved. John Rennie junior students proved their worth placing 2nd as finalist (Silver) in the Robo-Soccer Challenge. The senior team won 3rd place as finalist (Bronze) in the Search & Rescue Challenge. A great deal of fun was had by all the participants in this exciting 21st century learning environment.

We look forward to hosting the event in 2015 at JRHS.

Junior Team present:

Tyler Tschunitz
Tyler Nickson
Brendan Tsao
Tyler Nacke
Allsion Legget
Thomas Schamerhorn


Senior Team:

Tyler Briggs
Jeremie Davies
Liam O'Connor
James Wright
Trevon Choo-Foo
Armando Mancino
Manpreet Sidhu




Our site was last updated on July 03, 2014







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