We acknowledge that we are in Mi’kma’ki, which is the traditional ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq people.

Our "Personal Care Product Program" is happy to provide personal care/hygiene items for free to those who need them. These items are located in the office for students to come in and get what they need. The program is doing so well, that supplies are getting low. Any donations are greatly appreciated (Body wash, shampoo, toothpaste and feminine hygiene products are running low)

Anyone interested in volunteering for our Breakfast Program can call 902-637-4310 to offer help!

Our cafeteria is pleased to offer gluten-free and vegetarian lunch options! One only needs to pre-order with the kitchen staff, first thing in the morning.

Lobstering - Lobstering and related industries are an important part of our heritage, culture and economic realities. We would like to wish all fishers a successful and safe season! A reminder that students are responsible for keeping caught up on their academic work! Students must see their individual teachers to ask for their assignments. An Extended Absence Certificate signed by the superintendent must be on file at the school for each student taking time off to go lobstering and or other seasonally-related initiatives.