|Simonds High School|
1490 Hickey Road
|School type||High school|
|Motto||Education Today For Tomorrow|
United To Learn
|School board||Anglophone South School District|
|Enrollment||821 (as of 2017)|
|Area||Saint John, New Brunswick|
|Colour(s)||Green and Gold|
|Team name||The Seabees|
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