Anglophone South School District

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The Anglophone South School District (ASD-S) is a Canadian school district in New Brunswick.

Anglophone South is an Anglophone district operating 70 public schools (gr. K-12) in Saint John, Charlotte, Kings, and part of Queens Counties.

Current enrollment is approximately 23,000 students with 1700 teaching staff. Anglophone South is headquartered in Saint John. The district is sub-divided into 3 regions, called "education centres", Hampton (Former District 6), Saint John (Former District 8), and St. Stephen (Former District 10)


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