Belleisle Regional High School

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Belleisle Regional High School
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Belleisle Regional High School
1800 Route 124

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New Brunswick
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Canada
Coordinates 45°40′15″N65°49′58″W / 45.670834°N 65.832653°W / 45.670834; -65.832653 Coordinates: 45°40′15″N65°49′58″W / 45.670834°N 65.832653°W / 45.670834; -65.832653
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School typeMiddle and High school
School board Anglophone South School District
School number1945
PrincipalJennifer McFadden
Grades 6-12
Enrollment350 (September 2017)
LanguageEnglish & French Immersion
Website web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-S/1945

Belleisle Regional High School is a combined Middle school and High school located in Kings County, New Brunswick. Belleisle Regional High School is in the Anglophone South School District.

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