• Dear Algonquin Community,

    Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year! Returning to school from the summer is always exciting. This year will be all the more exciting since we have all been learning from home for so long. For me, “returning” takes on a different (but also exciting!) meaning: after eleven years at another school, I am thrilled to return as the principal to Algonquin, where I spent almost a decade as a teacher. I look forward to discovering, in the coming school year, how each of you will contribute to the academic, co-curricular, and social life of our wonderful school.

    Algonquin Regional High School has a long-standing commitment to excellence. To that end, the faculty and staff work hard to create a broad range of opportunities for students to explore their interests, discover their potential, and achieve their goals. As a community, we encourage each other to challenge ourselves, work hard, and try new things without fear of making a mistake. While we work on our personal goals, we share a responsibility to provide a supportive, respectful climate for all members of our community. If you have questions now or at any time in the future, please email me or stop in to my office. Or, contact the administrator assigned alphabetically to your grade. They are:

    • AP McGowan A101 (Maroon Office) – Grade 9, Grade 10: A-C
    • AP McDonald H212 (Gold Office) – Grade 11 All, Grade 12: A-C
    • AP Carmignani A101 (Gold Office) – Grade 10: D-Z, Grade: 12 D-Z

    My best wishes to each of you for an exciting and rewarding school year!

    Mr. Bevan

    Sean Bevan

Core Values and Beliefs

  • Algonquin Regional High School is a community committed to providing a safe, supportive, and challenging learning environment which fosters critical and creative thinking. We believe respect, responsibility, and collaboration are essential to individual growth and academic achievement.