Sir James Dunn Academy

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Sir James Dunn Academy
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Sir James Dunn Academy in August 2015
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Sir James Dunn Academy
180 King Street

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Canada
Coordinates 45°04′41″N67°02′59″W / 45.078026°N 67.049675°W / 45.078026; -67.049675 Coordinates: 45°04′41″N67°02′59″W / 45.078026°N 67.049675°W / 45.078026; -67.049675
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TypePublic High School
MottoNo Success Without Labour
Religious affiliation(s)Non-religious
Established1978
PrincipalDavid O'Leary
Age range10 to 18+
Enrollment162
Colour(s)Red and White   
Website web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-S/2310

Sir James Dunn Academy (SJDA) is a high school that services eastern Charlotte County in southern New Brunswick, Canada. Located in the town of St. Andrews, SJDA is home to some 300 students, from grades 6–12. [1]

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Sir James Dunn Academy, named for the financier, industrialist and benefactor of the early 20th century who made his summer home in this community, offers a wide variety of sports and activities to its students, and various sporting and theatrical venues to the public. [2] The school, which was in 1966 created and financed through the vision of Lady Beaverbrook whose first husband was Sir James, bears the latin motto Non palma sin labore. [3]

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