Level: Grades 6 to 12
Founding Year: 1978
715, rue Priestman
Fredericton, NB E3B 5W7
Sports: Soccer, volleyball, badminton, basketball, hockey, etc.
Clubs & Committees: Theatre, improvisation, radio, science fair, video production, chess, yearbook, etc.
Elective Courses and full list of Clubs, Committees & Sports Teams : CLICK HERE
École Sainte-Anne is part of the francophone community centre in the provincial capital of Fredericton, an ever-expanding multicultural city with a population of around 56 000. Overlooking the beautiful Saint-John River is a 47-acre campus shared by the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University. A well-known tourist destination, Fredericton offers theatre, music, art galleries and museums, as well as more than 85 km of walking, cycling and cross-country skiing trails, all connected to the heart of downtown. Downhill skiing is only 40 minutes away at Crabbe Mountain.
The school is part of the region’s francophone community centre, which houses a variety of organizations and services. Students have access to the public library, which houses more than 40 000 documents in French: books, DVD’s, CD’s and magazines. L’acAdo, the Youth Centre, presents a variety of stimulating activities contributing to their social development, physical well-being and pride in the Acadian culture. There is also a café, a community radio station, a medical centre, and an impressive program of national, provincial and regional francophone performers, as well as films are presented in the auditorium.
The school defines itself through its students, who are engaged in both their learning experience and the community. They participate in the decision-making process, and school management encourages projects initiated and managed by students and for students. École Sainte-Anne is the second French school of the province to become an International Baccalaureate World School. We also offer a fine arts certificate.