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Our School Board's website.
Nova Scotia's Department of Education website.
Magic 94.9, one of our local radio stations. Click "school info pack" to see what is going on at Annapolis Valley schools, including school cancellations due to inclement weather.
K-Rock 89.3 , one of our local radio stations. Click "morning announcements 7:10am" to see what is going on at HEC and other Annapolis Valley schools.
Need someone to talk the kids help phone for confidential, anonymous help on teen issues. The number is toll free 1-800-668-6868. Visit the website for info on teen issues.
The Red Door is a non-judgmental, community-based non-profit organization, providing confidential health clinic services, health education, and health promotion to youth 13-30 years of age. It provides youth access to clinical services, counselling, health education, and workshops designed to meet their individual needs.
Information for teens, parents, teachers, adults and professionals on sexual well-being.

Think Twice provides factual information on drugs and drug addictions.
Concerned Children's Advertisers provides info on bullying, peer pressure, the media and other relevant teen issues.
Information on workers' rights in Canada.
LEC, our sister experiential school located in Lawrencetown. Open to students from West Kings, Middleton, Bridgetown and Annapolis.
WHEC, our sister experiential school located in Windsor. Open to students from Avon View and West Hants Middle School.
The AVRSB has two Adult High Schools in its jurisdiction, one in Kings (located on the HEC campus) and one in Hants (located in the same building as WHEC); this link is for the Kings County location.
Kingstec, our neighboring Nova Scotia Community College campus. Links to other NSCC campuses can be found at this site.
VCLA is a non-profit organization that addresses the learning needs of adults who require assistance achieving their personal learning goals. They work with individuals and groups to provide educational programs, advocacy, and information.
Literacy Nova Scotia's mission is to "ensure that every Nova Scotian has equal access to quality literacy education".