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Burnaby South Secondary is a public high school in Burnaby, British Columbia. It is one of the eight high schools within School District 41 Burnaby. Burnaby South currently contains approximately 1600 students.HistoryThe school opened in 1922, and the BC School for the Deaf was moved to the site in 1995.Developed as a Year 2000 school, the building incorporated a significant amount of technology, including monitors in all the halls and classrooms in place of PAs and a card swipe attendance system. Current B.C. Premier Christy Clark graduated from Burnaby South in 1983.FacilitiesA broadcasting class named Television Production delivers the morning announcements every day in the form of a news report called RATV, which stands for Rebel Alliance Television. Partner to the Television Production program is the Video Production class where students create short films for the school and local film festivals.Facilities include two tournament sized gymnasiums, a fitness/dance room, a weight room, a wrestling room, and a large indoor running track encircling the physical education facility; a professional 600 seat community theatre, called The Michael J. Fox Theatre; lab facilities in science, home economics, art, drama, business education, and technology education; and Southpoint, the school store run by Marketing students.Sports teams are available from grades 8-12 for basketball, wrestling, swimming, golf, soccer, rugby, volleyball, badminton, tennis, and dragon boating.
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