A.G. Baillie Memorial School

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The A.G. Ballie Memorial School is a school in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada. It is in the Celtic Region of the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board. The school is named after Alexander Grant Baillie, a prominent member of the community, teacher, and former supervisor of the elementary schools in New Glasgow. [1] The school was formally opened in August 1969.

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