OSCA X Hopewell : Parents and Guardians Night Out!

OSCA X Hopewell : Parents and Guardians Night Out!

We are thrilled to announce a special occasion that will bring parents and guardians from our community together for an evening of connection and relaxation. In partnership with Hopewell Avenue Public School, we are hosting a “Parents and Guardians Night Out” at the Firehall on May 30th, from 7pm to… The main goal of this gathering is to provide a platform for parents and guardians to meet, network, and establish meaningful connections with fellow…

Hopewell Musical

Wednesday Dec. 14 & Thursday Dec. 15, 2022 – 6:30pm at Hopewell Public School Dozens of Intermediate students have been working hard since September to put on an amazing show for you!  They are thrilled to present Sunnyside Junior High, a musical full of song, dance, laughter, and a ton of great talent. Please join us for this free performance so we can share our love of music and the arts with you. 

Hopewell Avenue Public School

Hopewell Avenue Public School

South facade of old building facing Hopewell Avenue (Mohammad al-Asad, 2008) 17 Hopewell Avenue1910 and laterEducational View additional images of building. The first school on the present Hopewell Avenue Public School site dates back to the 1830s or 1840s. It was a one-room log building with a few windows, a small door, and a wood stove. By the end of the 1870s, this was replaced by a brick building with semi-circular arched windows and…

Charles Hopewell

Charles Hopewell

Did you know that Hopewell Avenue was named after Ottawa’s mayor from 1909 to 1912 Charles Hopewell?  After the suburb of Old Ottawa South was annexed into the city of Ottawa in 1907, Hopewell was instrumental in getting the streetcar line extended over the Bank Street bridge into the rapidly expanding neighbourhood. The streetcar ran along a route roughly the equivalent as today’s #7 bus route. The school was built in 1910 but there had been a school on the site since the 1830s. Here’s…

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