Conseil scolaire acadien provincial

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Conseil scolaire acadien provincial
Conseil scolaire acadien provincial logo.jpg
Address
9248 Route 1
Nova Scotia, B0W 2L0
Canada
District information
TypeFrancophone Public
GradesP-12 and Grandir en français
Established1996
SuperintendentMichel Collette
School board18 trustees
Chair of the boardMarcel Cottreau
Schools22 schools and 19 pre-primary
Students and staff
Students6500
Other information
Websitewww.csap.ca

The Conseil scolaire acadien provincial is the Francophone school board for Nova Scotia.

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It was created in 1996.

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