Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education

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Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education
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Location
Berwick, Nova Scotia
Canada
Coordinates 45°02′N64°44′W / 45.04°N 64.74°W / 45.04; -64.74 Coordinates: 45°02′N64°44′W / 45.04°N 64.74°W / 45.04; -64.74
District information
Regional Executive DirectorDave Jones
Schools40
Students and staff
Students13,041 (2015-16)
Other information
Website www.avrce.ca

The Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education (AVRCE) (formerly Annapolis Valley Regional School Board) [1] is the public school district responsible for the approximately 40 elementary, middle level, and high schools in Annapolis County, Kings County, and the West Hants Municipal District of Hants County in Nova Scotia, Canada. The school district was renamed following the dissolution of elected school boards and placing in Nova Scotia in March 2018. [2]

Contents

Schools

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Coverage area for the school board

Annapolis County

Kings County

West Hants Municipality

Recent School Development and Closures

Feeder System

See also

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References

  1. "Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education". Annapolis Valley Regional School Board. Annapolis Valley Regional School Board. Retrieved 31 March 2018.
  2. Ericsson, Sara. "Annapolis Valley school board celebrates successes, hard work over 22 years at final meeting". Annapolis County Spectator. Saltwire Press. Retrieved 31 March 2018.