Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School, "Gordon Graydon", "GGMSS", or simply "Graydon" for short, is a high school serving Grades 9 to 12 in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Gordon Graydon is best known for housing three Regional Programs and currently stands as one of the top ranking public schools in the Peel board and is home to many national and international awards in DECA and Robotics. The school opened in 1957, and celebrated its 50th anniversary on May 26, 2007. It was named after Gordon Graydon, a Canadian politician who died in 1953. The school's slogan is "Palma Per Ardua": "Success through Hard Work".
Gordon Graydon is home to the International Business and Technology Program, the Graphic and Design Management Program, and the Specialist High Skills Major Program. Both the IBT and GDM programs place an emphasis on business, technology, and graphic design skills to supplement students' academic studies.
Address Ogden Avenue 1490, Mississauga, CA
Coordinates 43°35'6.821" N -79°34'19.34" E