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|James M. Hill Memorial High School|
|School type||Public, high school|
|Motto||"Veritas Civitas Dignitas"|
|School district||Anglophone North (ASD-N)|
|Area||Miramichi, New Brunswick|
|Colour(s)|| Green |
|‡All statistics in this infobox (unless otherwise cited) is referenced with|
James M. Hill Memorial High School is one of two public, English language high schools in the city of Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada. It serves principally students from the south side of the Miramichi River, from the smaller communities of Chatham, Loggieville, Chatham Head, Nelson, Barnaby River, and Napan. It is named in honour of the Reverend James M. Hill.
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