Bethlehem Catholic High School is a separate (Catholic) high school in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, that opened in August 2007. It is located off 22nd Street West in the Blairmore Suburban Centre neighbourhood. Bethlehem serves students living on the west side of Circle Drive. This school integrates faith and learning in a facility featuring a chapel, two gymnasiums and a theatre. It is physically connected to the public high school Tommy Douglas Collegiate through the adjacent Shaw Centre recreation facility. In 2011, work began on four classrooms to be added to the existing portables.

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  • Bethlehem Catholic High School is a separate (Catholic) high school in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, that opened in August 2007. It is located off 22nd Street West in the Blairmore Suburban Centre neighbourhood. Bethlehem serves students living on the west side of Circle Drive. This school integrates faith and learning in a facility featuring a chapel, two gymnasiums and a theatre. It is physically connected to the public high school Tommy Douglas Collegiate through the adjacent Shaw Centre recreation facility. Bethlehem was named after the birthplace of Jesus Christ, the foundation of the Christian religion. On June 7, 2009, a fire destroyed an addition containing portable classrooms still under construction. Damage was estimated at $750,000. The fire caused only minor damage to the existing building. The cause of the fire was determined to be arson. In 2011, work began on four classrooms to be added to the existing portables. Currently its feeder schools are Bishop Klein School, Bishop Roborecki School, Father Vachon School, St. Dominic School, St. Marguerite School, St. Mark School and St. Peter School. (en)
  • Bethlehem Catholic High School is a separate (Catholic) high school in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, that opened in August 2007. It is located off 22nd Street West in the Blairmore Suburban Centre neighbourhood. Bethlehem serves students living on the west side of Circle Drive. This school integrates faith and learning in a facility featuring a chapel, two gymnasiums and a theatre. It is physically connected to the public high school Tommy Douglas Collegiate through the adjacent Shaw Centre recreation facility. Bethlehem was named after the birthplace of Jesus Christ, the foundation of the Christian religion. On June 7, 2009, a fire destroyed an addition containing portable classrooms still under construction. Damage was estimated at $750,000. The fire caused only minor damage to the existing building. The cause of the fire was determined to be arson. In 2011, work began on four classrooms to be added to the existing portables. Currently its feeder schools are Bishop Klein School, Bishop Roborecki School, Father Vachon School, St. Dominic School, St. Marguerite School, St. Lorenzo Ruiz St. Mark School and St. Peter School. (en)
  • Bethlehem Catholic High School is a separate (Catholic) high school in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, that opened in August 2007. It is located off 22nd Street West in the Blairmore Suburban Centre neighbourhood. Bethlehem serves students living on the west side of Circle Drive. This school integrates faith and learning in a facility featuring a chapel, two gymnasiums and a theatre. It is physically connected to the public high school Tommy Douglas Collegiate through the adjacent Shaw Centre recreation facility. Bethlehem was named after the birthplace of Jesus Christ, the foundation of the Christian religion. On June 7, 2009, a fire destroyed an addition containing portable classrooms still under construction. Damage was estimated at $750,000. The fire caused only minor damage to the existing building. The cause of the fire was determined to be arson. In 2011, work began on four classrooms to be added to the existing portables. Currently its feeder schools are Bishop Klein School, Bishop Roborecki School, Father Vachon School, St. Dominic School, St. Marguerite School, St. Lorenzo Ruiz Catholic School St. Mark School and St. Peter School. (en)
  • Bethlehem Catholic High School is a separate (Catholic) high school in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, that opened in August 2007. It is located off 22nd Street West in the Blairmore Suburban Centre neighbourhood. Bethlehem serves students living on the west side of Circle Drive. This school integrates faith and learning in a facility featuring a chapel, two gymnasiums and a theatre. It is physically connected to the public high school Tommy Douglas Collegiate through the adjacent Shaw Centre recreation facility. Bethlehem was named after the birthplace of Jesus Christ, the foundation of the Christian religion. On June 7, 2009, a fire destroyed an addition containing portable classrooms still under construction. Damage was estimated at $750,000. The fire caused only minor damage to the existing building. The cause of the fire was determined to be arson. In 2011, work began on four classrooms to be added to the existing portables. Currently its feeder schools are Bishop Klein School, Bishop Roborecki School, Father Vachon School, St. Dominic School, St. Marguerite School, St. Lorenzo Ruiz Catholic School, St. Mark School and St. Peter School. (en)
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