List of school districts in Nova Scotia

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There are 8 school districts in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada .

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Historical enrollment by district

School District [6] HeadquartersSector2005-062006-072007-082008-092009-102010-112011-122012-132013-142014-152015-16
Annapolis Valley Regional School Board Berwick Anglophone 16,25915,93615,46615,23914,89514,49614,14113,57913,39513,14213,041
Cape Breton - Victoria Regional School Board Sydney Anglophone17,88217,06816,41816,00615,47915,08414,52213,83913,62213,27813,004
Chignecto-Central Regional School Board Truro Anglophone24,41523,91223,27922,82322,39721,99421,61121,05020,59320,23819,967
Conseil scolaire acadien provincial Dartmouth Francophone 4,1534,1244,2574,3584,4464,6344,7714,9345,1095,2805,474
Halifax Regional School Board Dartmouth Anglophone54,38953,28352,52451,99351,28150,37049,65149,07948,74248,31147,975
South Shore Regional School Board Bridgewater Anglophone8,3718,1607,9037,7127,5107,3347,0656,8526,6806,4916,471
Strait Regional School Board Port Hastings Anglophone8,5848,2457,8887,6317,3907,2816,9886,8166,6286,4886,304
Tri-County Regional School Board Yarmouth Anglophone8,2517,9337,5687,3727,1526,9386,7916,4946,2596,1555,916


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References

  1. Enrollment by District Government of Nova Scotia
  2. 1 2 Number of Teachers by District Government of Nova Scotia
  3. French Enrollment by District Government of Nova Scotia
  4. Graduation by District Government of Nova Scotia
  5. Withdrawal by District Government of Nova Scotia
  6. Enrollments by Board (historical) Government of Nova Scotia