Sugarloaf Senior High School

Sugarloaf Senior High School[5] is an English high school, with French immersion, located in Campbellton, New Brunswick, Canada. Its name comes from the nearby Sugarloaf mountain, a local landmark adjacent to the provincial park of the same name.

Sugarloaf High School
Address
201 Dover Street

, ,
Canada
Coordinates47.998611°N 66.67539°W / 47.998611; -66.67539
Information
School typePublic, High school
MottoA Posse ad Esse
(From Possibility To Reality)
StatusOpen
School districtAnglophone North[1]
SuperintendentMark Donovan[2]
School number3823
PrincipalMichael O’Toole
Staff32+
Grades9-12
Enrollment344[3] (September 16, 2019)
LanguageEnglish
French immersion
AreaCampbellton
Colour(s)     White

     Silver

     Royal Blue
MascotThe Bruin
Team nameBruins
NewspaperThe Bruin
Feeder schoolsCampbellton Middle School
Alaqsite'w Gitpu School
Student Council PresidentJames Glidden
&
Shannon Myles
(Co-presidents 2014–2015)
Websitesugarloaf.nbed.nb.ca
All statistics in this infobox (unless otherwise cited) is referenced with[4]

Student body

There are approximately 500 students enrolled at Sugarloaf Senior High School and graduating classes are usually in the 70-100 range. Classes are taught for grades 9 through 12.

Athletics

Operating under the name "Bruins," Sugarloaf Senior High has seen great success in provincial high school sport competition. Most notably, its boys basketball teams have done extremely well in the past, and to date have earned the most championships of any AA ranked school. The Varsity boys soccer team won the provincial championships in the fall 2001 season. Also, the Boys JV basketball team recently won the NBIAA Provincial tournament in 2007. In 2010, The Senior Boys "AA" Basketball captured the NBIAA "AA" banner in the 1984-1985, 1985-1986, and 2009 - 2010 seasons.

Student Council

Every year, students gather at the end of every school year, and participate in a vote regarding the elected positions of the Student Council Executive. Willing candidates follow the proper nomination sequence, required to have an average of 75% or more, then follow a week-long campaign progress, where they gather support from the student body. Grade Level & Class Representatives are elected at the beginning of the school year. The roles of the Student Council Executive and Grade Representatives include: being the voices of the students, organizing school related activities, raising school morale, maintaining moral fiber, and make sure the school year is one that students and staff will enjoy and benefit from.

Music

The Sugarloaf Senior High School Band, with approximately 15-25 members, hosts concerts traditionally during the weeks leading up to Christmas and during the final month of School. It's 'open door' membership policy allows for local community musicians to join the ranks and serve as mentors for student musicians. The band is also active in raising money for local organizations such as the RCVAA, and also plays concerts for local area retirement homes.

References

  1. New Brunswick School Directory
  2. "Anglophone School District Information". New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Retrieved 2 September 2019.
  3. Jacques, Tim (September 18, 2019). "Anglo North district: Staffing pressures, enrolment drop". Telegraph Journal. Retrieved September 18, 2019.
  4. " GNB - Department Of Education - Policy & Planning Division: Summary Statistics School Year 20112012"
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