Anglophone North School District

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Anglophone North is a Canadian school district in New Brunswick, operated under the direction of the Ministry of Education and Early Childhood Development.


Anglophone North is an Anglophone district operating 33 public schools (gr. K-12) in Restigouche County, Gloucester County, Northumberland County and Kent County. Current enrollment is 7,266 students and 1212 teachers. [1] Its headquarters are located in Miramichi.

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