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Students: 290
Level: Grades 9 to 12
Founding Year: 1972

45A, rue du Village  
Campbellton, NB  E3N 3G4

Phone: 506-789-2250
Fax: 506-789-2023

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Sports: Hockey, soccer, badminton, volleyball, golf, cross-country, swimming, track & field, etc.

Clubs & Committees: Drama company, a Glee committee and many other artistic and sports committees. 
Elective Courses and full list of Clubs, Committees & Sports Teams :  thumb pdf 155498 1280CLICK HERE


Polyvalente Roland Pépin is a beautiful, brightly lit, newly renovated high school in Campbellton, a very dynamic small town located at the mouth of the Restigouche River in Northern New Brunswick. Surrounded by the picturesque Appalachian Mountains, the area is well-known for outdoors activities, including downhill skiing, snowmobile trails, as well as world-class salmon fishing. The Club des aventuriers hosts international cross-country skiing and biathlon competitions, and offers high-level instructors and classes. The Civic Center sports facility has an indoor Olympic-size pool, indoor ice rink and fitness centre. This multicultural community (Francophone, Anglophone and First Nations) hosts many festivals, including an annual powwow celebrating aboriginal culture and heritage. 

Roland Pépin is a community school, where students are encouraged to be actively involved in their learning. A wide variety of courses and academic programs are offered, including many optional courses such as Law, Philosophy, Mechanics, Visual Arts, Cooking and Leadership, etc. The highly developed sports program offers a diversity of team and individual sports for both boys and girls. Over the years the school has won many provincial championships, including hockey and badminton.

There is definitely something for everyone. Students and staff are very proud of their school, which also makes for a welcoming and lively atmosphere. The school’s vision, La réussite est la seule option, or—success is the only option—describes a constant aspiration towards excellence. 


When Kiyo started Grade 11 at the Polyvalente Roland-Pépin High School in Campbellton in September, she couldn't speak a word of French. She worked hard to adapt to a new culture and to learn a new language, in fact, she made it her mission.