Please be advised that seat availability for NBCC Programs is now posted online. It is presented in a static list format which will be updated weekly every Tuesday until September. In addition, information has been posted for all programs that have 15 or fewer applicants on the wait list as, in many cases, applicants still have a good chance at getting a seat by September.
On Wednesday April 20th, NSER’s Rotary Interact Club held their 3rd Annual Variety Show. 16 acts performed, with students from all grades and members of NSER’s staff partaking in the show. A large crowd was in attendance to enjoy the show.
North and South Esk Regional is hosting its first annual school Striped Bass tournament for students in grade 7 to 12.It is a not for profit event focusing on getting our students off the couch and on the river.Striped Bass fishing has exploded in popularity on the Miramichi River system and w
The Tuition Access Bursary will increase access to post-secondary education and provide an incentive for New Brunswick youth to stay and study in New Brunswick. The bursary will provide upfront, non-repayable assistance for students with gross household incomes of $60,000 or less attending publicly funded college programs or undergraduate university programs in New Brunswick.
On April 4th, 5th and 6th, NSER Drama students performed "Zombie Night", a story about some teenage friends who plan their school senior party at an abandoned farmhouse. Chaos and chills ensue as the teens soon realize that the farmhouse was once occupied by a mad doctor who tried to bring the dead back to life!! Equally as chilling is that some of his experiments are still creeping around!! This play was so much fun to perform and the drama students did an exce