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  Sunday, February 1, 2015 
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Baddeck Academy: Overlooking the beautiful Bras d'Or Lakes.

Beautiful Baddeck Academy


Revised examination schedule:

Tuesday, January 27th scheduled exams are being written today, Thursday, January 29th.

Wednesday, January 28th scheduled exams are being written on Friday, January 30th.

Thursday, January 29th scheduled exams will be written on Monday, February 2nd.

Friday, January 30th scheduled exams and conflicts will be written on Tuesday, February 3rd.

Wednesday, February 4th will be grading and classifying for High Schools (Grades 10, 11, 12)
Semester Two at the high school level will begin on Thursday, February 5th.

Grade 9 students are expected to be in school on Tuesday, Feb. 03 and Wednesday, Feb. 04.

Health Canada Survey

Our school has been chosen to take part in Health Canada's 2014/15 Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey (CSTADS).  CSTADS asks students questions about tobacco use, bullying, mental health, and school connectedness.  In Nova Scotia, the survey will be implemented by Dalhousie University and the University of Waterloo.

On February 10, 2015, students in Grade 6 to 12 with parental permission will take part in the survey.  The school will receive school-specific results and a $100 honorarium by participating the survey.

Please visit the project at for more information or call 1-855-494-8855.

Middle School Grade Reconfiguration

Dear Parents and Guardians,

You may be aware that the CBVRSB has approved a grade reconfiguration for schools within its region.  In September 2015, schools will be organized as follows: Primary to grade 5 Elementary Schools, grade 6 to 8 Middle Schools, and grade 9 to 12 High Schools beginning in September 2015.

Middle school students are in grades 6-8, and between the ages of 11 and 15.  The Board recognizes the unique needs of this group of learners and carefully plans programming to support their gradual growth toward independence.  Grade 9 students will benefit from exposure to expanded program opportunities within the high school context.

The overarching goal of changing to these configurations is to offer the best possible opportunity for students and to meet their academic, emotional, and social needs.

The recommendation to move to a Middle School model across all schools will provide an equitable, consistent program across the region. 

Additional information, answers to frequently asked questions and key dates will be communicated through the usual sources including school newsletters, school website, school board website and social media sites.  Please continue to check these sources for other information about transitions as well as transition activities.


Barbara MacDonald

*Note: You can download a .pdf (Adobe Acrobat) file of this information by clicking here.

Host Families-International Student Program

The Bring the World Home Campaign was officially launched on Tuesday January 13. The goal of this campaign is to create more awareness about the NSISP and the opportunity to host international students. In doing so this is beneficial to your school and community. Please visit the link below for more information regarding becoming a host family.

Thank you for your interest in the International Student Program.


At 9:00am, all entrance doors will be locked. All visitors to the school are required to check-in at the main office. Students, parents, and visitors are asked to use the main entrance when entering the school.

Parents are welcome at all times; we ask, however, that you do not proceed to or interrupt a teacher’s class and that you adhere to the School Board policy regarding the non-use of electronic devices and more specifically, smartphone usage. The office can arrange that you see a teacher when the need arises. Appointments are preferred.

Coming Events


  2nd Feb
  3rd Feb
  4th Feb
Skating P-2(9:30-10:30) 3-4 (10:30-11:30)
  4th Feb
No School - Grades 10-12
  5th Feb
New Semester for High School Begins
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