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Subject: École acadienne de Truro, List of school districts in Nova Scotia, Terry Donahoe, Jocelyne Couture-Nowak, Sydney, Nova Scotia
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Conseil scolaire acadien provincial

Conseil scolaire acadien provincial
Location
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Canada
District information
Superintendent Darrell Samson
Schools 22
Students and staff
Students 5,278
Other information
Website .ca.ns.ednet.csapwww

The Conseil scolaire acadien provincial is the Francophone school board for Nova Scotia.

It was created in 1996.

Contents

  • Schools 1
    • Région Nord-Est 1.1
    • Région Centrale 1.2
    • Région Sud-Ouest 1.3
  • See also 2
  • External links 3

Schools

Région Nord-Est

  • Centre scolaire Étoile de l'Acadie (pr to 12); Sydney
  • École acadienne de Pomquet (pr to 12); Pomquet
  • École Beau-Port (pr to 12); Arichat
  • École NDA (pr to 12); Chéticamp

Région Centrale

Région Sud-Ouest

See also

External links

  • CSAP official web site


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