O’Donel High School is the home of the Patriots. We opened in 1985 and have been proudly serving Mount Pearl and the surrounding communities. We have approximately 700 students and 50 teaching and support staff working with us each year. O’Donel High School provides an extensive curriculum including both English and late French Immersion programs.  Our home of the Patriots has a rich tradition of community involvement and student excellence. Thank you for visiting our new website and please drop back as we are adding more each day. You may contact the main office through ODonelOffice@gmail.com or call 364-5305

Prom Dinner
The menu for the prom is:  
Appetizer:  Spring Mix Salad with strawberries and mandarin oranges
Main Dish:  stuffed chicken breast/croquet potato/ baby carrots/green beans
***If you require a vegetarian, vegan or gluten free meal for the prom, you must let Mrs. Patty Rose know by Wednesday, May 13th.  Contact Mrs. Rose by email at patriciarose@nlesd.ca to request these options.  After this date, the caterer will not accept any changes.
Graduates are asked to bring the food for the social following the liturgy on May 21st.  Students with last names A-L are asked to bring sandwiches, cheese and cracker trays or vegetable trays and students with last names M-Z are asked to bring cookies, cheese and cracker trays or fruit trays.  These can be brought to the liturgy with you and passed to Mrs. Rose in the kitchen of the reception room where students will meet as a graduating class to enter the liturgy celebration.

City of Mount Pearl Youth of the Year 2014


O’Donel High School students had an amazing night at the Mount Pearl Youth of the Year Awards.  We had many great students nominated for awards, many were in the finals that evening.  Congratulations to all the participants and many that to the supporters who wrote letters and supported the applications.  A huge thank you to Garry Fraser and his team of organizers and judges for their skills and hard work.  A Shamrock is thrown to the City of Mount Pearl for a Gala evening that is second to none in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.



In Order of Award


Performing Arts Recognition Awards (Group)


O’Donel Jazz band

O’Donel High School’s Sound Of Music Coombs – winner



S.T.E.M. Award

Lauren Coombs – Winner

Emily Gallant – Finalist


RNC Youth in Service Award

Emily Gallant – Winner

Megan Glover- Finalist


Visual Arts Award

Sarah Hiscock – Winner



Youth Volunteer of the Year

Cassandra Chislett – Winner

Megan Glover-Finalist


Literary Arts Award

Emily Hipditch – Finalist


Youth Group of the Year

O’Donel Mentors – Winner


Male Youth Athlete of the Year

Liam Hickey – Winner

Cameron Tobin – nominee


Performing Arts Award

Julia Dunne- Finalist

Megan Glover- nominee

Stephen Chislett – nominee

Adam Jenkins – nominee

Adam Rice – nominee


Male Youth of the Year

Harrison Latham – Winner


Female Youth of the Year

Taylor Baker-Tucker –Finalist

Lauren Coombs – Finalist

Emily Hipditch - nomination

Congratulations to Megan Glover
The youngest person to win the URock Awards for 2014.
O'Donel High and St. Peter's Junior High are very proud of your volunteer acomplishments.

Information on the Power Parent Portal


1. You can access the PowerSchool Parent/Student portal resources webpage from the main ESD website URL: www.nlesd.ca  .  You will then need to click on  the PowerSchool Parent Portal hyperlinked icon, at the bottom right of the screen .

2. You can also access the PowerSchool Parent Portal Resources by going directly to http://www.nlesd.ca/pschool/  


  Teen Mental Health Matters – it’s just that simple.

The website for teens, parents and students - www.myhealthmagazine.net   and the access code is NLODHS 


O'Donel High School Calendar


 Please see the "What's Happening" for details.




Contact Information

O'Donel High School, 155 Ruth Ave., P.O. Box 578, Mount Pearl, NL, A1N 2W4, (709) 364-5305, (709) 364-5317(F)