Tri-County Regional School Board

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Tri-County Regional School Board
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Location
Canada
District information
Schools23
BudgetCA$ million
Students and staff
Students5,916 (2015-16)
Other information
Website tcrsb.ca

The Tri-County Regional School Board (TCRSB) is the public school board responsible for 23 elementary, junior high, and high schools in Digby County, Yarmouth County, and Shelburne County in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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The Tri-County Regional School Board was established on August 1, 2004, when the province formed two separate Boards out of the former Southwest Regional School Board.

Schools

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Coverage map of the school board

Digby County

All grades

  • Islands Consolidated School (pr to 12); Freeport

Elementary schools

  • Barton Consolidated School (pr to 6); Barton
  • Digby Elementary School (pr to 6); Digby
  • Weymouth Consolidated School (pr to 6); Weymouth
  • Digby Neck Consolidated School (pr to 6); Digby Neck

High schools

Yarmouth County

All grades

Elementary schools

  • Carleton Consolidated School (pr to 6); Carleton
  • Meadowfields Community School (pr to 6); Yarmouth
  • Plymouth School (pr to 6); Plymouth
  • Port Maitland Consolidated Elementary School (pr to 6); Port Maitland
  • Yarmouth Central Elementary School (pr to 6); Yarmouth

Junior high/middle schools

  • Maple Grove Education Centre (7 to 8); Hebron

High schools

Shelburne County

Elementary schools

High schools

See also

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