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The Three Rivers Academy is an English-language high school in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada. It was created from the amalgamation of St. Patrick's High School and Three Rivers High School.

Three Rivers High School is a high school in Three Rivers, Michigan, United States. It is operated by Three Rivers Community Schools.

Three Rivers High School (Texas)

Three Rivers High School is a high school in Three Rivers, Texas, United States. It is operated by Three Rivers Independent School District.

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Three Rivers Academy is a mixed, secondary school situated on Hersham Road, between Hersham and Walton-on-Thames in Surrey, England. The school has been awarded Specialist Business and Enterprise College status.

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