Grand Manan Community School

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Grand Manan Community School
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Grand Manan Community School
1144 Route 776

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New Brunswick
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Canada
Coordinates 44°41′15″N66°45′57″W / 44.6876°N 66.7659°W / 44.6876; -66.7659 Coordinates: 44°41′15″N66°45′57″W / 44.6876°N 66.7659°W / 44.6876; -66.7659
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School type Elementary, Middle & High school
School board Anglophone South School District
PrincipalSally Cogswell
Vice principalHeather Ingalls
Grades K-12
LanguageEnglish
Website web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-S/2201/Pages/default.aspx

Grand Manan Community School is a K-12 school located on Grand Manan Island in Charlotte County, New Brunswick. Grand Manan Community School is in the Anglophone South School District. [1]

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References

  1. "School Information Grand Manan Community School". www.nbiaa-asinb.org. Retrieved 29 August 2016.