The Seafood Cooking School offers luxury accommodation, gourmet meals, hands-on culinary instruction, and visits to Nova Scotia seafood destinations. Instructors specialize in seafood cookery and wild foods in the tradition of the French New World, covering Acadian, Creole, and Cajun styles along with the fundamentals of choosing, storing, and cooking seafood. Lodging is at the luxurious Trout Point Lodge.
Opened in 1975 and expanded in 1999, this consolidated school offers educational services for students in grade primary to grade nine. The facility features a library, a gymnasium, a music center, extensive technology access and a fine arts room. Regular English curriculum and late-immersion programming are also offered.
Serving a broad geographical area, this school features programs for students in grades primary to six. The school features an array of added features, including a home and school association, on-site after-school care and a breakfast program.
Comprehensive educational services for senior high school students are offered by this learning facility. In addition to offering a diverse choice of academic and vocational courses, the school features opportunities for involvement in sports, clubs, fine arts and leadership.
Learning enrichment through French immersion, music, physical education and resource services are provided by this elementary school. Grades primary to six are offered.
In addition to featuring curriculum offerings for students in grade primary to six, this school provides extra- and co-curricular opportunities and extensive learning enrichment and special needs support.
Educational services for youth in grades seven to nine are provided by this facility. In addition to academics, the school features extensive extra- and co-curricular activities, including sports, band and drama.
This elementary school features an active home and school council, a breakfast program and extensive co-curricular activities for its student body. Children in grades primary to six attend the school, which also offers core and early French immersion programming from grade primary onward.
Eligible to persons over the age of 16 who have been out of the mainstream school system for one year, this alternative educational program offers a modified curriculum for the obtainment of a high-school diploma.