Chatham-Kent Secondary School

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Chatham-Kent Secondary School
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CKSS Golden Hawks
285 McNaughton Avenue East

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Coordinates42°25′18″N 82°11′30″W / 42.42178°N 82.19175°W / 42.42178; -82.19175Coordinates: 42°25′18″N 82°11′30″W / 42.42178°N 82.19175°W / 42.42178; -82.19175
School typePublic
School boardLambton Kent District School Board
PrincipalMurray Hunt
Grades9 to 12
AreaChatham, Ontario
Colour(s)Blue and gold
Team nameGolden Hawks

Chatham-Kent Secondary School is located in Chatham-Kent, Ontario, Canada. With a student population of about 1200[when?], it is the largest public secondary school in Chatham-Kent operating at 85% capacity.[citation needed] The student population is projected to increase with further school consolidations, and the potential closure of John McGregor Secondary School.[1]


The CKSS Golden Hawks have won 15 OFSAA volleyball titles, ten by boys teams and five by the girls - more provincial titles than any other high school in the province's history. In 2015, the 1989-1990 boys team was enshrined in the Chatham Sports Hall of Fame. Citation:

Notable alumni[edit]

Alumni of CKSS include:
- Ron Sparks, comedian and writer.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "LKDSB 2017 Capital Plan" (PDF). 2017.

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