Headmaster's Welcome

Welcome to the website of Armbrae Academy. An independent, university preparatory, co-educational, non-denominational day school from Preschool to Grade 12, Armbrae is accredited by CAIS (Canadian Accredited Independent Schools), the first and one of only four independent schools in Nova Scotia that is. Armbrae is a not-for profit school with CRA Charitable status and it is governed by an arm's-length Board.

We hope this website will provide you with the information you are looking for. We also hope it will give you some sense of who and what we are. Nonetheless, neither this site nor our prospectus or other print material is able to convey what being a student at Armbrae is really like on a day to day basis. So, we encourage you and your child to visit the school and discuss with us how your child and Armbrae might be a good match.

Gary O'Meara
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Armbrae Student Art Featured on Martock 2014-2015 Season Pass
If you purchased a Martock season pass this winter take a closer look at your card. The artwork featured was the handiwork of our own Will Stewart in Grade 1. He drew the picture as a thank you to the snow groomers at Martock and they loved it so much they used it for their 2014-2015 season pass.

Armbrae Lego Robotics Team Wins Championship in First Lego League Regional Qualifier
One of Armbrae's two Lego Robotics teams won the overall Championship in the recent First Lego League regional qualifier. The team members had been working for weeks on their robots and game strategies. On the day of the event they exhibited exceptional focus, perserverance and teamwork all of which did not go unnoticed by the competition's judges. Both teams will be moving on to Provincials, held at Acadia in February. Congratulations!

Armbrae Senior School Science Teacher Visits National Laboratory in Vancouver
In the spring, Mrs. Sajatovich was selected the 2014 recipient of the CAP High School/CEGEP Physics Teaching Award for the Atlantic region.  The prize was an opportunity to conduct teacher training at a Canadian research institution.  Mrs. Sajatovich chose to visit TRIUMF at UBC in Vancouver, which is Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics.

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