Quinpool Centre in Halifax.

The area was also home to two longtime rival high schools, Queen Elizabeth High School and St. Patrick's High School until their merger as Citadel High School in September 2007.

- Quinpool District

The sprawling school building, located opposite the Halifax Common and the Quinpool Road commercial district, was built in phases from the 1940s to 1960s.

- Queen Elizabeth High School (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

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The abandoned school building in June 2015

St. Patrick's High School (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

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St. Patrick's High School (St.

St. Patrick's High School (St.

The abandoned school building in June 2015
The abandoned school building in June 2015
Damage following the 2015 roof collapse.

Pat's) was a non-denominational school centrally located on Quinpool Road in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Historically a Roman Catholic public school, St. Pat's opened in 1954 less than one block from its rival non-denominational public school, Queen Elizabeth High (QEH).

A stretch of Robie Street running north from its junction with Quinpool Road (bottom) past the Halifax Commons (right)

Robie Street

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North-south artery that runs for 7 km in the Halifax Peninsula area of the Halifax Regional Municipality, from Memorial Drive in the North End Halifax, to Gorsebrook Avenue in the South End.

North-south artery that runs for 7 km in the Halifax Peninsula area of the Halifax Regional Municipality, from Memorial Drive in the North End Halifax, to Gorsebrook Avenue in the South End.

A stretch of Robie Street running north from its junction with Quinpool Road (bottom) past the Halifax Commons (right)

Queen Elizabeth High School (demolished)

Quinpool Road/Bell Road/Cogswell Street (Willow Tree)