Level: Grades 9 to 12
Founding Year: 1972
511, rue Champlain
Dieppe, NB E1A 1P2
Sports: Hockey, soccer, badminton, baseball, etc.
Clubs & Committees: Yearbook, chess, radio, environment, theatre, etc.
Elective Courses and full list of Clubs, Committees & Sports Teams : CLICK HERE
École Mathieu-Martin is a community school located in the heart of Dieppe, a mainly French speaking urban community. As part of the Greater Moncton area (pop. 140 000 approx.) it shares a public transit system with the cities of Moncton and Riverview. Dieppe boasts Centre for Arts and Culture, a velodrome, an aquatic centre, over 55 km of walking and cycling trails, and a farmer’s market. It is the largest school in the district and is named for Mathieu Martin, the person considered to be the first Acadian student.
The student council is very active, and the many events and activities organised contribute to the school spirit and enhances the personal development of the students. Our school band, Harmonie, and various sports teams have won several prizes and competitions.
The Matadors (boys) and the Vedettes (girls) compete in several disciplines at the provincial level (athletics, badminton, softball, baseball, basketball, cross-country, curling, football, golf, hockey, swimming, rugby, soccer and volleyball). Students who are part of the theatre company get to participate in the province’s youth theatre festival, and over the years several students have launched their music careers through Accros de la chanson, a provincial talent contest.
Mathieu-Martin was the first school in Atlantic Canada to become an International Baccalaureate World School (and the only French school in New Brunswick.) This program is offered from grades 10 to 12. We also offer a sports-study program as well as a coop-education program.