Parrsboro Regional High School

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Parrsboro Regional High School
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Parrsboro Regional High School
109 King Street

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TypeHigh School
School board Chignecto-Central
PrincipalP. Rochon
Color(s)Blue and white   
AthleticsSoccer, Basketball, Badminton, Softball, Volleyball

Parrsboro Regional High School also known as PRHS is a school located in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, Canada. PRHS consists of six grades- 7,8,9,10,11 and 12, with approximately 150 students and with 1 class per grade.

PRHS is located on King Street in Parrsboro, N.S. Students attend both schools from about a twenty-five kilometre radius. PRHS students come from surrounding communities such as Five Islands, Southampton and Port Greville.

The school's sports teams are called the Warriors. PRHS has a volleyball, softball, badminton, soccer and basketball team.

The current principal of Parrsboro Regional High School is Paula Rochon.

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