Posted: May 28, 2020

Student at-home learning will end on June 12th. For more details, please see the letter from our Deputy Minister of Education, George Daley, which is posted in the Documents section of this webpage.

Posted: May 26, 2020

Here are useful links for graduates who might be attending post-secondary studies in the Fall and/or are looking for employment (summer or permanent):

Posted: May 19, 2020

DRHS graduation will take place on June 17th, 2020. Please see the document titled "District message on graduations" for more explanation on what the provincial guidelines are. The time of graduation is not determined yet because this will depend on the format of our ceremony. More information will be shared with you as the date approaches.

Posted: May 15, 2020

Students entering grade 11 or 12 in September 2020 must register for their courses now. This will be done online starting May 15th to May 22nd. You have one week to do this. You can find instructions on how to register in the documents section of this webpage. You need your regular student login information to begin. There are 2 documents you must read to help you with this process:

1. Course Registration Steps to Follow 2020

2. Course Registration Guide 2020-21

Posted: May 3, 2020

All students have been assgined an appointment to pick up the contents of their locker. Staff are in the process of calling homes to inform students of the appointment time. Pick-up days are May 5-6-7th (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday). Textbooks and library books that are not being used at home should be returned at the same time. We are all looking foreward to seeing your faces.

Posted: April 30, 2020

ASD-N Home Learning Page, a resource for educators and families.


Posted: April 27, 2020

An explanation of post-secondary requirements from the institutions of New Brunswick has been placed in the document section of this website. All 2020 graduates going to a post-secondary institution in NB should read through the document. Contact information is also included for you to contact them for specific questions related to your program of study.

Posted: April 21, 2020

Check the document tab for information on credits versus enrolled courses

Posted: April 19, 2020

Grade 11 and 12 students have the option to have their courses count as a credit or have their course indicated as enrolled on the student transcript. Both ways count toward graduation. There is a Q&A document on this site for more details. Here is the major difference between the 2:


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