Hampton High School (New Brunswick)

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Hampton High School
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Hampton High School (New Brunswick)
34 Elizabeth Avenue

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Canada
Coordinates 45°31′01″N65°50′15″W / 45.517°N 65.8376°W / 45.517; -65.8376 Coordinates: 45°31′01″N65°50′15″W / 45.517°N 65.8376°W / 45.517; -65.8376
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TypePublic
MottoUnitas Perseverantia Laurus
(Unity, Perseverance, Success)
Established1992
School district Anglophone South School District (ASD-S) [1]
PrincipalAmber Lenihan Lingley
Grades 9-12
Enrollment593
Colour(s)Black , Silver , White 
Team nameThe Huskies
Website www.hamptonhigh.ca

Hampton High School is a high school located in Hampton, New Brunswick, Canada. It opened in September 1992 to alleviate the overcrowding at Kennebecasis Valley High School.

Hampton High initially housed grades 10–12. In August 1996, grade 9 was moved from Hampton Junior High School. In August 1997, grade 9 students from Macdonald Consolidated School moved in and four additional classrooms were added. [2]

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References

  1. New Brunswick School Directory
  2. "A Snapshot of Hampton High" . Retrieved 22 July 2012.