One of Canada’s oldest Universities, founded in 1818. Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, ranked one of the friendliest cities worldwide. Dalhousie is known for its excellence in education and innovative learning practices.
Offering unique programs in agriculture, sustainability, and community as well as the standard programs in business, sciences, and health fields. If you are looking to specialize in Law, Dentistry, or Medicine, than Dalhousie is the right school for you!
Located in Louisdale and operated under the Strait Regional Centre for Education. Felix Marchand Education Centre is an elementary school, serving students between pre-primary to grade four.
East Richmond Education Centre located in the village of St. Peter’s. This elementary school includes a daycare facility, and educates students from pre-primary to grade eight. EREC offers French Immersion programs for its students beginning in pre-primary to grade eight.
Part of the Conseil Scolaire Acadien Provincial, Ecole Beau-Port is a solely French speaking school located in Arichat and serving student from grades pre-primary-twelve.
Located in Louisdale, Richmond Education Centre educates students from grades five to twelve. Operated under the Strait Regional Centre for Education school board. Richmond Education Centre and Academy opened in #### as a new high school facility for students in Richmond County and includes a new Skilled Trades Centre to better connect high school students to opportunities in the trades which are in high demand in the region.
An elementary school in the Town of Port Hawkesbury, operated under the Strait Regional Centre for Education. Tamarac offers French Immersion programs for its students beginning in pre-primary to grade eight.
Located in Port Hawkesbury, the high-school educates students from grade nine-twelve. SAERC opened its doors in 1977 as a state-of-the-art building offering educational and recreational programs to its surrounding communities. It’s salt-water pool is home to swimming and diving programs for all ages, and the ###-seat auditorium hosts entertaining shows of all kinds!
A short, forty-minute commute from Cape Breton South, sits the Town of Antigonish, home to one of Canada’s top Universities, St. FX. Consistently ranked one of the top universities in Canada by MacLeans Magazine, St. FX offers academic programs in arts, science, business, and other health related fields.
The Bachelor of Arts and Science in Health is a four-year degree that takes an interdisciplinary approach to health and draws on scientific, social and humanistic knowledge. Students will learn to think about a health in different ways than previously taught and that much of health is determined by factors outside of ourselves and our physiology.
Why not study at a University that is committed to the future of its Island and people? Embark on a journey in one of the most beautiful Island’s in the Country. Cape Breton University offers diverse learning in areas of liberal arts, science, business, and health fields and attracts an international student population from across the world!
The Centre for Discovery and Innovation will bring new advancements and opportunities for the Nursing Programs offered.
The Nova Scotia Community College has two institutions on Cape Breton Island; the Strait Area Campus located in the Town of Port Hawkesbury and the Marconi Campus located in Sydney.
The Strait Area Campus is in the Town of Port Hawkesbury. Students enjoy a spacious and friendly campus environment, amazing outdoor spaces and trails, as well as excellent recreation fitness and entertainment services that are offered in the area year-round. The Strait Area Campus also offers programs in Wagmatcook First Nation at the renovated Wagmatcook Learning Centre. Home to the world-class Nautical Institute, the campus offers state-of-the-art technology such as simulators, a wave-tank, fire training centre on-site, and a new waterfront Ocean Innovation Centre focused on the latest in marine safety training.
The Marconi Campus offers a range of programs and a friendly learning atmosphere. Students enjoy plenty of open space with comfy seating, quiet study areas, wireless access and computer labs. The campus business centre serves as an incubator for small businesses and provides opportunities for students to work part-time in their field of study, and build their portfolio. It also provides the resources to help them develop their own small business ideas. The trades wing features shop space, classrooms, offices and a green design, meeting Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards. The province of Nova Scotia is investing $18 million in a brand new waterfront location for this campus that will improve program quality and delivery; work began on this project in 2020.
Both campuses offer health related programs in the Practical Nursing and Continuing Care fields.