An aerial view of Aldergrove Secondary School as it originally appeared 60 years ago.

Aldergrove Secondary celebrates 60th anniversary

Aldergrove Secondary School is celebrating “60 years of Totems” with an open house on May 12, 2018.

Aldergrove Community Secondary School is celebrating “60 years of Totems” with an open house on May 12, 2018.

Past and present alumni and staff members are invited to share their memories of the school and the accomplishments of the Totems teams and spirit.

Guests will also enjoy school tours as well as rooms that will be dedicated to each of the decades the school operated since opening in 1958.

There will also be entertainment and refreshments served.

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