Sussex Christian School (New Brunswick)

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Coordinates: 45°43′06″N65°31′36″W / 45.71844959824352°N 65.52654179096048°W / 45.71844959824352; -65.52654179096048 Sussex Christian School (SCS) is a private school located in Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada. The school accepts students from pre-kindergarten through to grade 12. It was founded in 1982. The school has a basketball team and a soccer team and is undefeated in water polo.

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