School Profile
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Students: 850
Level: Grades 9 to 12
Founding Year: 2005

60, prom. Léoplold-F.-Belliveau
Moncton, NB  E1A 8V4

Phone: 506-869-6800
Fax: 506-869-6640

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Sports: Softball, cross-country, baseball, golf, soccer, football, basketball, hockey, badminton, curling, swimming, etc.

Clubs & Committees: Yearbook, journalism, environment, dance, photo, robotics, etc. 
Elective Courses and full list of Clubs, Committees & Sports Teams :  thumb pdf 155498 1280CLICK HERE


L’Odyssée is a medium-sized high school located in a fast growing and multicultural urban centre. Moncton the only officially bilingual municipality in Canada, and as part of the Greater Moncton area (pop. 140 000 approx.), shares a public transit system with the cities of Dieppe and Riverview. A popular tourism and shopping destination, the area hosts international level concerts and shows from pop, rock, classical and ballet, as well as sporting events and festivals (literary, comedy, antique cars, etc.) Many kilometres of biking and walking trails are easily accessible and shared routes for cyclists and motorists are well signed. Twice a day the tides of the Bay of Fundy, the highest in the world, bring the Tidal Bore—an impressive wave running upstream against the current of the Petitcodiac River.

The school is located near the Université de Moncton, where many cultural and sporting events are held. School spirit is vibrant with many extracurricular activities and events, and the staff is deeply committed to the students. The sports teams, known as Les Olympiens (The Olympians), compete at the regional and provincial levels. International students must have basic knowledge of French, and those interested in the enhanced Harmonie* academic music program must meet certain criteria through a screening process.  

L’Odyssée is a multicultural family where each member commits to becoming healthy, accomplished, altruistic and convinced of the richness of the francophone culture. The commitment of the students, the parents and the community to academic achievement and identity building are supported by modern technological and teaching practices.

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