Schools

Dorchester Consolidated School

Our active, warm, inviting school offers Kindergarten to grade 8 with an enrollment of approximately 75 students. The program consists of a regular English academic program with excellent physical education, music and French second language programs. Students have access to an up-to-date computer lab, excellent library facilities, as well as a well-equipped science lab. Extra-curricular activities include a variety of sports, a school choir and drama.

Tantramar Regional High School

TRHS, in Sackville,offers a strong academic program and a variety of extracurricular activities. The school continues the early French Immersion program, and virtually all sports teams are represented. Computers are integrated into the classroom environment as well as in specialized facilities containing scanners, a CAD/CAM lab with 16 computers, and a Macintosh lab.

Mount Allison University

Mount A, in neighbouring Sackville, has been rated Canada’s number-one undergraduate university almost every year since 1991, and has produced more Rhodes Scholars, on a per-capita basis, than any other university in the Commonwealth. In keeping with its commitment to providing a balanced education, Mount Allison also offers students opportunities to study abroad, through its affiliation with universities in Germany, France, and Japan.

Université de Moncton

U de M is a Canadian French-language university and serves the Acadian community of Atlantic Canada. Founded in 1963, the modern U de M is an amalgamation of six colleges, including the Collège Saint-Joseph (founded at Memramcook in 1864), the Collège du Sacré-Coeur de Bathurst, and the Collège Saint-Louis d’Edmundston. It has campuses in Edmundston and Shippagan in addition to the primary campus in Moncton.

New Brunswick Community College

The Moncton (English) and Dieppe (French) Campuses of NBCC offer a wide range of technical programs, including training for the telemarketing industry, a well-established and growing sector in Greater Moncton.